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Interview: Two Hands Cafe in New York City

by Josephine Rozman
Interview: Two Hands Cafe in New York City

There’s been some buzz about a little Australian cafe in New York City, sandwiched right between Little Italy and Chinatown – talk about international! The talk stems from excellent coffee, munch-able snacks, a gorgeous location, and the love and dedication of the two Sydney-born owners, Giles Russell and Henry Roberts. Luckily Josephine, a recent NYC

Picnic Tartines

by Josephine Rozman
Four Summer Picnic Tartines Recipes

We love tartines. Even more so, we love tartines made with homemade bread and gorgeous ingredients. Josephine’s petite sandwiches have us ready to whip out the picnic-ware and hit the road. These are perfect for sophisticated alfresco dining or an exceptional lunch, and could easily be a star appetizer. The bread was made by and

Killer Scallion Kimchi (Part 2)

by Angela Brown
What They Eat: Killer Scallion Kimchi

A fridge full of quick wins is what keeps us all going. After long days running a super successful New York City food business, Angela piles this on top of her humble dinner and, wow, when can we have some? If you missed Angela’s first post on the trials and loves of starting a food

Owning a NYC Food Business is Grand, and Other Lies Pinterest Told Me (Part 1)

by Angela Brown
Owning a NYC Food Business is Grand, and Other Lies Pinterest Told Me (Part 1)

  Oh, Angela. Over the last seven years of running little old Eat Boutique, I’ve felt many of the same emotions. I’ve found a kindred spirit in between Angela’s words and sentences, painful and inspiring. If you want to start a food business, read this first. (And, Angela, I owe you a beer sometime to

Grapefruit Blood Orange Granita

by Ali Echo
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You know what we love? When recipes are so simple they’re impossible to mess up, yet they’re beautiful and delicious enough to serve at a dinner party. That’s how we feel about this grapefruit-blood orange granita. This recipe takes about 10 minutes to make and is basically a grown up version of the shaved ice

Food Gift Love

by Maggie Battista
Food Gift Love

Okay, let’s get a little personal. Sometimes I say the right things and sometimes I say the wrong things. Don’t we all? And then, there are times when the right words tumble out of my mouth at the worst possible time. Worst. It was almost a year ago and it felt like way too much

Cranberry Hand Pies

by Ali Echo
Cranberry Hand Pies

A few months ago a Brooklyn-based blog made the rounds through the Eat Boutique staff, with resulting ooh and aahs, and more than a few wistful sighs. Ali + Echo is the charming and breathtaking collaboration of two NYC gals, with a love of good food, seasonal eating, and beautiful moments. So we’re over the

Bellocq Tea Atelier

by Amy Feiereisel
Bellocq Tea Atelier

It’s a scorching day when I arrive at Bellocq Tea Atelier’s brick storefront – or at least, what I think is their storefront. Surrounded by stark warehouses and sporting a heavy metal front door, I’m unsure whether I’ll be walking into a Tea Atelier or the headquarters of some illicit cartel. Thankfully, my instincts couldn’t

Gourmet Sorbet by the Sorbabes

by Amy Feiereisel
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Sorbet, real sorbet, is finally here. Before you shake your head and click away, this is not the sorbet you know. This is not the sad bucket of neon sorbet at the end of the ice cream cooler. This is not the icy, gritty texture of frozen sand or the unfortunate party offering to the

Eat Boutique and Food52 Craft Extraordinary Collections

by Maggie Battista
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It was like the pièce de résistance to an otherwise exceptional spring week. I was nervous and excited and in San Francisco. Just before I hopped a plane back east, I had a brief call with Food52. And so it began… Four months later, Food52 has launched a beautiful new shop and, together, Eat Boutique and

Fine & Raw

by Amy Feiereisel
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I’ve never been a chocolate lover. In fact, there’s video footage of me rejecting my own chocolate birthday cake at the tender age of three. Pickles and pretzels, I used to declare proudly. Give me a steak over sugar any day. Of course, that’s when I equated chocolate with teeth-tingling sweetness and a milky bar

Summer In Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY

by Chloé Mathieu Phillips & Dennis Phillips
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Don’t even get me started on my love for Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Chloe and Dennis lured me there four years ago, promising it would change my life. They were right – it’s the only place I stay when I visit New York City. Chloe shares the details on this gem of a Brooklyn neighborhood that’s just

Eat Boutique: Spoonable Caramel Giveaway

by Lauren Keiper

This giveaway is over and a winner was chosen! So much of what we love about small batch food is knowing who is making each delicious bite. And we want you to get to know the makers, too. We kicked off this maker series by introducing you to Tonewood in Vermont and now we head

Summer Appetizer Plate with Honey

by Jill Chen
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Today, we officially welcome the first day of summer (hooray!).  According to the trusted Old Farmer’s Almanac, summer begins at 7:09 p.m. (EST) today. To celebrate the summer solstice, Jill has crafted a stunning summer appetizer plate where each morsel is drizzled or dipped or accented by some local honey we love.  Honey. Summer. Chic

Eat Boutique Brooklyn Mini-Guide

by Maggie Battista
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Brooklyn has carved out a special place in my heart. It’s gritty and cool and when I leave after a visit, I get a bit heavy, wondering if I’m ever really supposed to go. Having lived in downtown Manhattan for many years in the 90s, I always considered myself a Manhattan girl. I lived in

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