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Duckathlon VIII, Reducks

Last Sunday we hosted the 8th annual Duckathlon in the Meatpacking District of NYC.  In our infamous event, chefs compete in a culinary obstacle course that  takes them through hot eateries, dark bars and the diverse shops at the Chelsea Market.  The competition was stiff, and we had a fantastic turnout of teams, sponsors and judges. Check out a few of our photos below… and check our Facebook page for more pics.  And stay tuned – the video is coming soon!

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Duckathlon VIII

Best dressed:  Felix Restaurant 

3rd place: Le Maitres Cuisiniers “Team Clement” 

2nd place: Le Bernardin “Fish Heads”

1st place: Annisa “The Foie Freedom Fighters”

Participating Teams included:

Annisa, Delicatessen/Macbar, Commerce Restaurant, Daniel,  Le Bernardin,  wichcraft, Archibald’s Kitchen (City of NY), Felix RestaurantNinety Acres, Rob’s Bistro, Le Maitres Cuisiniers, Oceana, Taste of France, Mirabelle at the Three Village Inn, Bistro Vendome and a team from Restaurant Associates.

Judges:  David Burke, Barbara LynchJessica B. Harris, Adam GopnikNicole Peyrafitte

Special thanks to our generous sponsors!

Baron Francois, Biergarten at The StandardBobolink Dairy,  Bowery Kitchen Supplies, Buon ItaliaCanelés de Céline, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, Chateau de Laubade, Chelsea Market BasketsChelsea Wine VaultColicchio & Sons, Dickson’s Farmstand Meats, Doughnuttery, Fat Witch Bakery, Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Hogs & HeifersL’Arte Del Gelato, Lucy’s Whey, MacelleriaManhattan Fruit Exchange, RdV LoungeRobert Kacher SelectionsSt. Canut Farms, SixpointVermont Creamery, Volvic

And big thanks to all our volunteers! 

Charcuterie 101: A Tasty Recap

On Saturday, we were pleased to host Charcuterie 101 for the Food Network’s New York Wine & Food Festival. Held in the intimate, cavernous wine cellar at Macelleria in the Meatpacking District, Charcuterie 101 brought together les deux Pierres – our own, Pierre Moreira and one of our favorite NY chefs, Pierre Landet, of Cercle Rouge, for an introduction to the art of preserving meat.  Both native Frenchman grew up in the Southwest of France (about 30 miles away from each other, actually!) where charcuterie is another stitch in the fabric of the good life. The event drew a diverse crowd of food lovers who all seemed to enjoy the meaty spread and convivial atmosphere. Macelleria’s brilliant staff kept the wine flowing while Pierre M. waxed on about curing basics and Chef Landet expertly demonstrated how to make a galantine (ok, not exactly 101 but we had some pretty advanced pupils!). The day was a great success & we hope to participate again next year. Until then… here are some photos. Enjoy!

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