David Chang

30 Mar 2017

Lucky Peach’s Demise and it’s Garage Sale.

OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE.  HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM   The sound was heard round’ the world by all the foodies and epicureans of the land, Lucky Peach was shutting the fuck down. How could a periodical that had shook my core so hard in

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18 Nov 2014

Win A FREE Issue of Lucky Peach Magazine!

  Lucky Peach, named for the English translation of David Chang’s Momofuku, is a quarterly journal of food and writing. Each issue focuses on a single theme, and explores that theme through essays (with a sure-fire contribution from Anthony Bourdain), art, photography, and recipes. You know David Chang, the stud-chef who

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30 May 2013

The Wire + Momofuku = Awesome

Have plans for Thursday night? You can break ’em. Dave Simon and David Chang are speaking at the Nourse Theater. Who are these people? David Chang is the founder of Momofuku and other restaurants that defy conventional adjectives like awesome and delicious. Their food is incredible. But their cookbooks are

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0
23 Feb 2010

Mad for Chicken: Koreatown Gets it Right

Hot wings may have gotten their claim to fame in Buffalo, but upstate New York pales in comparison to the Korean fry masters at Mad for Chicken. Having gone to a state school, I’ve eaten my share of fried chicken wings. I also grew up in what was voted multiple

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18 Jan 2010

NYC Cocktail Lounges Worth the Splurge

One of the best things about being in NYC is the bevy of places where cheap–and even free–booze can be found.  Dive bars, gallery openings, beer tastings and more abound all over the city, so, generally speaking. your level of cheap intoxication is entirely dependent on your motivation.  I remember

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30 Nov 2009

Pig Heaven – Not Safe for Vegetarians

Those of you who eat meat know that as delicious as chicken, turkey and beef can be, there is only One True Meat. The one that deserves to be called God’s Meat, and that meat is Pork.  This delicious, salty, flavorful nectar of the animal-gods is the main reason why

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