Showing posts with label STEAK. Show all posts
Showing posts with label STEAK. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Chopped Steak Recipe OldSchool

 




My Chopped Steak Dinner

Greenwich Village , New York





CHOPPED STEAK for DINNER TONIGHT







AMERICA'S FAVORITE DISHES

And SECRET RECIPES

STEAK - BURGERS

CHILI

TACOS - BURRITOS

MEATLOAF

SOUPS

PASTA

BONE SUCKING BBQ 

KFC SECRET RECIPE FRIED CHICKEN

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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Newport Steaks Greenwich Village Italian







READ about the Greenwich Village Newport Steak, by best selling Italian Cookbook author Daniel Bellino Zwicke at NY-Foodie. Daniel buys his Newport Steaks in the Greenwich Village Italian butcher shop where they were invented, by Jack Ubaldi at Florence Prime Meat Market. Then he takes them home and cooks for himself and his chosen friends.

READ more about the Greenwich Village Newport Steak.







Thursday, June 6, 2019

Keith McNally Reopens Pastis Meatpacking NewYork NY





The BAR at the New PASTIS



I stopped by tee friends and family party at Pastis the other night, and I'm happy to say, the genius that he is, Keith McNally has done a great at recreating his famed French Bistro Pastis on Gansevoort Street in New York's Meatpacking District, a neighborhood that McNally is most responsible for sparking the boom of the high-voltage neighborhood with his opening of the original Pastis Bistro back in 1999.

Before McNally opened Pastis on 9th Avenue in the Meatpacking district of NY, there were just two restaurants there, Florent which opened in 1986 and Maccerleria (2002). There were no hotels, no Apple Store, no high priced clothing boutiques. Some of the namesake business of the meatpacking district, the wholesale butchers who supply New York restaurants and meat markets with meat were still there, and some had bolted to Jersey City, like now famed butcher Pat LaFreida. Once McNally opened his French Bistro Pastis, the neighborhood exploded, Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney opened boutiques in the neighborhood, night clubs opened, and slick boutique hotels were built. We now have an Apple, Soho House, The Standard Hotel and The Gansevoort, and in early June 2019 Keith McNally is reopening his beloved Bistro Pastis. Beloved that is by New Yorker's, tourist, high powered high rollers, and celebrities like; Sir Richard Branson, Bono, Sarah Jessica Parker, and many more.

I sat there with my glass of Beaujolais, happy in the fact that it was once again open, Keith's old subway tiles (in storage) were back, as was the tile floor, Zinc Bar, and all the fixtures and feel that made Pastis, well Pastis. I've said it before and I'll say it again, Keith is a Genius, and he always gets it right. He is now partnered with famed Philadelphia restaurateur Stephen Starr who it seems should be a good fit, considering the fact that Keith is getting a bit older and recovering from a recent illness, but the man is back, and we all wish him and Pastis well.



Thanks Keith.







"KEITH"



Besides his many famous New York City restaurants Keith McNally's restaurants are famous for having by-far The Best Fries in Town (Pomme Frites). The McNally Empire's famed French Fries were first introduced by the Late / Great Chef Patrick Clarke at The ODEON restaurant (Keith's 1st) back in 1982.



READ More on KEITH McNALLY'S Empire





The New PASTIS


52 Gansevoort Street

Night of  Friends / Family Party

June 4, 2019

New York, NY

Meatpacking District



READ  "HOW KEITH McNALLY CREATED The MEATPACKING DISTRICT"

And The GENIUS of KEITH McNALLY

by Daniel Bellino Zwicke Oct. 3 , 2012


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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Spaghetti Clam Sauce Jersey Shore Italian

 


Dinner at Cosuin Tony's House

Down The Jersey Shore



  We had a great time at Cousin Anthony Bellino's house down the. Jersey Shore. Tony planned a nice dinner for us. He had Vincenza come to make Linguine with Clam Sauce for us, and Tony wanted me to cook the Steak. Vincenza is from Castelmare di Stabia near Sorrento and The Amalfi Coast in Italy. Castelmare di Stabia is also, not far from Napoli, and Vincenza makes one mean Pasta with Clam Sauce We picked up some nice Sirloin Steaks ( recipe ) at Lenny's, and got some nice Jersey Tomatoes, Corn, Peaches, and potatoes to go with the Steak at a nice Farm Stand near Tony's House. Tony's childhood friend Russ and his wife Lucie were at the dinner party, along with Gai and Danny, John and Gail, and Debbie Bellino's brother Rob and his wife Brigett.  Tony made some Sangria (very good) for our cocktail hour with h'ordeouvres before dinner, and I made Aperol Spritzs for everyone. It was a nice cocktail hour. We drank Marchese di Barolo Gavi and Jordan Cab with the meal. For dessert we had an Upside Down Crumb Cake with Custard that Tony bought at a local Bakery, and Tony's friend Russ brought Cherry and Blueberry Piesers. It was quite a nice dinner of Family and Friends Jersey Italian Style. It was great, and this is a little remembrance of the time.







    


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Memories of Italian Food



     

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

25 DISHES EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW



25 DISHES YOU SHOULD KNOW
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3.  ROAST POTATOES





7.  CHILI



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11.  RAMEN

12.  CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES 


14.  MEATLOAF

15.  FRITTATA







22. PANCAKES

23.  PORK CHOPS


25.  CHEESECAKE





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BUFFALO WINGS
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Greenwich Village Newport Steak




Made some Newport Steaks yesterday. Our Favorite Steaks. The Greenwich Village Steak invented by Italian Butcher in Greenwich Village, Jack Ubaldi at his Florence Meat Market on Jones Street in The Village. Not many now of this fine economical Steak cut from the Bottom Sirloin, also known as Tri-Tip ..
The Steaks are tasty and economical. You have to get Prime Meat. There are three butcher shops to get a Newport Steak in New York, all in Greenwich Village (and a Part of Soho that Italians still consider the Village) .. These markets are all Italian Butcher Shops. First off there is Florence Meat Market, the creator of the Newport Steak. They also sell them at Ottomanelli on Bleecker Street, and at Pino's Prime Meat on Sullivan Street. I usally get mine at Pino's or Florence.


to be Continued