Monday May 7, 2012
Bourdain has fightin' words for a food writer, the existence of real Stay Puft Marshmallows and a visitor's guide to NYC dining on today's web roundup.
Anthony Bourdain calls an as yet unidentified food journalist, "the most vicious, abusive, misogynistic, back-biting, piece of [expletive] I have ever met in my life," via Eater. Perhaps tonight's episode of No Reservations will shed some light on the situation.
In more redeeming news for food writers, the James Beard Foundation announced their Book, Broadcast and Journalism winners for 2012.
Still riding your Cinco de Mayo momentum? Michelle Poveda provides Margarita Do's and Dont's for the Huffington Post. Our advice: avoid the sugary mix altogether and keep it simple. Or closely follow the recipe for the perfect margarita from our resident chef, Dixie Wong.
Stay Puft Marshmallows apparently exist now according to Foodiggity - hopefully not a sign of an impending 2012 apocalypse. Ghostbusters fans fear human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria to come.
Serious Eats compiles a list of the best places to eat in New York City for a first time visitor on a two-day trip. Bagels at Murray's, pizza by the slice at Joe's, a hot dog at Gray's Papaya and of course, pastrami from Katz's are among their choices if you prefer a "classic itinerary."
The world's best pastrami at Katz's Delicatessen