August 2011

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A Day in the Life of Chef David DiBari of The Cookery in Dobbs Ferry, NY; Old Vine Zin Dinner at X20 in Yonkers, NY; Clam and Bacon Pie at Pepe’s in Yonkers, NY

Morning Coffee at Antoinette's One of the things I love about chefs is that they are almost always compulsively creative. Generally speaking, chefs were the freaky kids who spent their teenage years doing tragically uncool things like rolling out dough. Having worked in the food biz since I was a dewy 22 years old (so, six whole years ago!), I get the feeling that most chefs don’t choose a life in cooking—it chooses them.

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10 Signs That a Restaurant Will Suck, Wednesday Is Cheapskate Day at Bistro Rollin and Plates, and Little Thai Kitchen Expands into Scarsdale

1. Bargain banners on frontage. WHY: A discreet card tucked into the menu to announce a discount offer is fine, but those exterior banners targeting pedestrians and drivers suggest that the restaurant isn’t seeing many people walk through its doors. See #10.

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Restaurants in Westchester County Where You Can Find Delicious Smells and Aromas; Summer Wine Events; The Kittle House Clam, Oyster, and Lobster Festival; and Country Caprese at Alvin & Friends in New Rochelle

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Tomato Mania (and Tomato Crimes), The Cookery Pigs Out, and Yummy Sweetbreads at Barcelona Wine Bar

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Calcutta Wrap & Roll Spins a Wicked Kathi Roll, Team Amy at Crabtree’s Kittle House and the Hangover Cure Starts with Bacon and Eggs at Westchester Burger Company

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