Pintxos Please

Spain's Marqués de Riscal Winery Collaborates with Donostia in NYC on a Basque-Inspired Tasting Menu

Written by: Madelyn Gagnon

The cuisine at New York’s Donostia brings España to the Big Apple: By specializing in pintxos, which hail from Basque region, the restaurant seeks to highlight traditional flavors and cooking techniques from northern Spain. Often categorized with tapas, pintxos follow a different serving process: According to José Luís Muguiro Jr., Brand Ambassador for Spanish winery […]

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Navjot Arora’s Leap of Faith

Newly-Opened Old Monk Reinvents Traditional Indian Food

2000 was the first year of the new millenium. It’s the year Australia hosted the Summer Olympics and the year reality-television show Survivor debuted on NBC. It’s also the year chef Navjot Arora uprooted his life in India to chase his culinary dreams in the United States. Before his life in New York City, Arora was […]

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Greenmarket Farmers Market in Union Square

A Holistic Marketplace

Tackling the Grocery Gap the Greenmarket Way

Written by: Amanda Kay Mannshahia

We cannot discuss fresh food access in NYC without mentioning Greenmarket. Established in 1976, Greenmarket boasts one of the largest outdoor farmers markets at Union Square along with weekly pop-up markets in 53 locations all over NYC.

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