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TREAT YO' SELF | Happy Halloween from us to you!

Michelle Mannix

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F O O D     F O R    T H O U G HT

Another week, another avalanche of misconduct allegations. And though shining the spotlight on the darker corners of our society can cause some discomfort, it's high time we talk about it and we're heartened to see the likes of Anthony Bourdain, with the cohones to speak out about systemic sexual harassment in male dominated industries. So, after a tough five days, however you're spending this weekend, whether it's elbow deep in decorative gourds, practicing our Kellyanne impersonations or treating ourselves to some serious self love - we're with you.


WHAT WE’RE READING

The dedicated Food Issue of this weekend’s NYTimes Magazine, cover to cover
 

WHAT WE’RE CRAVING

Any of the croissants at Union Fare Cafe (but prefereably the creme brûlée)

 

WHAT WE’RE WATCHING

Bon Appetit editor Andrew Knowlton slog it out for 24 hours behind the iconic Katz’ Deli counter

 

WHO’S INSPIRING US

London Restaurateur Asma Khan, who’s kitchen staff is made up entirely of “second daughters”, a trait deemed burdensome in many parts of India.

AND

These two badass GOP senators who prove party needn’t take priority over policy.

 

WHERE WE WANT SEATS

At The Dinner Party table, a collaborative art installation and feast made up of 30 female chefs and 4 visual artists….all served by 32 prominent male chefs.