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Oct 10, 2019
Where to find flowers at NYC restaurants, bars and coffee shops - Time Out
New Yorkers are no strangers to multi-tasking and look forward to places that help knock two birds with one stone from our to-do lists. That's why we've put together a list of all the spots that you can grab a cup of coffee, eat gorgeous fluke crudo and have a cocktail, while also being able to shop for flowers by the bouquet or the stem, on a whim. Several restaurants and bars have floral-related names but don't actually sell them, including The Flower Shop, Flowers For All Occasions and Flora Bar, but a growing number actually do. When we came across Flatiron's new restaurant, Il Fiorista, which not only has a flower shop, but creatively infuses botanicals throughout the menu, we realized we had already been hitting up several other interdisciplinary spaces offering flowers and something nourishing. In this concrete city, the serendipity of coming across more colorful plants is something we're always yearning for.
Photograph: Courtesy of Il Fiorista
This restaurant’s name translates to “The Florist” in Italia... Oct 10, 2019
Germantown Garden Club announces flower show winners - Hudson Valley 360
Garden Club and its activities call Fran Bufi at 518-537-4868.The Germantown Garden Club is a member of District Three, Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, Inc., Central Atlantic Region and National Garden Clubs. Oct 10, 2019
Rancho Bernardo Inn's Avant unveils garden-focused tasting menu - pacificsandiego.com
Next, he staged (interned) around the country at four Michelin-starred restaurants, including Thomas Keller’s French-American cafe Per Se in New York and Grant Achatz’s molecular gastronomy mecca, Alinea, in Chicago. Finally he landed in his dream city of San Diego, where he landed a job at Searsucker and was promoted from line cook to sous chef in just one month. At age 20, he was named executive chef at the short-lived Gabardine restaurant. Then he worked at L’Auberge Del Mar’s Kitchen 1540 and La Jolla’s Nine-Ten before being appointed opening executive chef at Double Standard Kitchenetta in the Gaslamp Quarter at age 24.Double Standard’s elevated opening menu proved too ambitious for its budget-conscious diners, but the restaurant’s owner, David Mainiero, thought Gentile’s finer-dining concept would work well in his native Arizona. So last fall, Gentile headed to Scottsdale, where he quickly renovated by hand a former burgers-and-beer joint to open Parma Italian Roots. It was an instant success.A Phoenix newspaper named Parma Best New Italian Restaurant and Gentile Best New Chef. But after six months shuffling between the two restaurants in San Diego and Scottsdale, Gentile missed his girlfriend in San Diego, and he wanted to get back in the kitchen again. That’s when the Avant opportunity came along.
Anise “ravioli” with Dungeness crab, cucumber consomme and fermented lime oil, one of the dishes on the new Avant Garde tasting menu at Rancho Bernardo Inn’s Avant restaurant.(Courtesy photo)
Gentile said the Inn has embraced his ideas, which sometimes spill out of his brain so quickly his mouth rushes to keep up. Among the Avant Garde dishes he’s developed recently are sous-vide lamb with beet glass, butter powder and hickory rosemary smoke; anise “ravioli” with cucumber consomme and fermented lime oil; cured and ash-crusted scallop in a nasturtium vinaigrette; and roast pumpkin served in a petrified pumpkin shell.Gentile likes using molecular gastronomy techniques to create new textures, enhance flavors and ensure consistency, but he knows the scientific cooking methods have turned off many diners in past years. Execution, he said, is everything.
“Molecular gastronomy can give a dish the ‘wow’ factor but nothing disheartens me more than having a tasteless foam or powder,” he said.Gentile said he’s excited to be working in the same kitchen where famed chef Gavin Kaysen became a breakout culinary superstar with his modern cooking techniques at El Biz, which closed in 2012 after 44 years. Avant has never been able to match the fame of El Biz but Gentile said he’s got... Oct 10, 2019
Irene M. Faldetta, St. Rose of Lima "Wagon Wheeler," at 97 - Amityville Record
D.C. was so full of life despite the many people dying overseas during the war”, said her daughter, Laura. When WWII ended, she moved to New York City where she worked for Standard Oil. “She spent most of her 20’s as a hardworking professional, which was unusual for the time,” Laura added.
Mrs. Faldetta’s love for dancing to the Big Bands often brought her to Club Dominicana in Manhattan; it was at one of these events hosted by St. Stephen Parish that she met her future husband, the late John P. Faldetta.
In 1952, the couple wed and relocated to Massapequa Park along with close friends Ruth and Lou Depiro, who settled around the corner and within a stones-throw of each other.
Remarkably, both couples had seven children. Mrs. Faldetta and her late husband raised five girls and two boys: Janice, Ann, Carol, Peter, Susan, John and Laura. The children attended local parochial and public schools. Each recalls many fond childhood memories growing up on Long Island.
“I remember that mom would wait on the Hicksville Road lottery line every year to win tickets to the C.W. Post Christmas Show,” said Janice. “She always went the extra mile to ensure that we had a memorable childhood.”
“Mom loved watching the Islanders play hockey and was a huge fan,” said Ann. “Those of us away from home would receive articles in the mail that she would clip from Newsday about local Long Island events and happenings, including the Islander’s game statistics. Of course, this was pre-Internet, but when she learned to use email, we would frequently receive her thoughtful e-greetings sent over ‘the Net’.”
“I can remember going to... Oct 10, 2019
PlantShed New York Celebrates One Year Anniversary At One Prince Street - PerishableNews
New York, NY www.PlantShed.com— PlantShed New York (www.plantshed.com) is pleased to announce a weekend event line-up celebrating the first anniversary of their floral café location at 1 Prince Street in Nolita and a weekly workshop program that will launch as the team heads into year two. Join PlantShed on Thursday, October 17th through Saturday, October 19th, for a series of hands-on floral and plant workshops in honor of the Nolita shop’s first year that will kick off PlantShed’s Weekly Workshop Series.
Debuting this month, the Workshop Series will feature a new schedule of hands-on classes held weekly between PlantShed’s two floral café locations at 1 Prince St. in Nolita and 555 Columbus Ave. on the Upper West Side. These design-cen...