Hugh Stubbins, the architect of a landmark skyscraper with an angled roof at Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street, now has his name emblazoned over the entrance to a spacious and soaring new food hall called the Hugh, which occupies the heart of the building’s ground floor. Originally the Citicorp Center and now owned by Boston Properties, the building opened in 1977 and had an atrium filled with shops and stands, an unusual feature that was described as “a U.N. of food” in The Times. That space has been renewed and refreshed. Around the perimeter of a generous central seating area rimmed with trees are 17 restaurants, bars and food retailers, an eclectic collection, all with counter service and many with bar stools. They’re opening gradually starting this week and offer a snapshot of today’s appetite. “We see a younger clientele in this neighborhood, people who go downtown or back to
Food is a big part of many sitcoms. It has the power to bring people together, such as for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners; it can cause arguments, such as when Ross’ coworker eats his sandwich; and it can be the source of embarrassment, like when Kevin spills his famous chili in The Office.
For some characters, food is life as TV chefs Monica from Friends and Sookie from Gilmore Girls get immense joy from cooking and sharing their food with the people they care about. And often, the food that appears in sitcoms can look so good that it can leave fans watering at the mouth.
10 Rum Ham (It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia)
When the gang goes on vacation to the Jersey Shore, Frank marinades a ham joint in rum so that he can get
Thanks for watching Its Only Food w/Chef John Politte. In this video we are showing you how to make Salmon Stroganoff. Here is the recipe: INGREDIENTS • 1-pound fresh salmon, cubed • 8 ounces sliced mushrooms • 3 Tablespoons salted butter • 2 cloves garlic, chopped • 1/3 onion-diced • 1 teaspoon beef base • 2 cups heavy whipping cream • 1/2 cup fresh parmesan cheese • 2 Tablespoons chives, chopped • 1 teaspoons basil • 1 teaspoons oregano • ½ bag egg noodles INSTRUCTIONS • In a large pot, begin boiling water for noodles. • Warm a large frying pan on medium/high heat, melt the butter and