Before I graduated to pork products, bread and butter was my first true love. A simple, complimentary, truly harmonious pair - if only every relationship could be like bread and butter!
Chef Michael Carrino, chef and co-owner of Pig & Prince Restaurant & Gastrolounge, in Montclair, opens his glorious meat locker and carries out half of a 285* pound Berkshire Pig. He lays the pig on the butchering table, ties on his yellow bandana, snaps on his black latex gloves, breaks out the hacksaw, and goes to work. About every fourteen days Carrino practices this near ritualistic butchering of a Berkshire pig. He harvests specific cuts to be used mainly for curing purposes, but is very methodical and makes every cut with a mind toward minimizing waste.Read More
This Thursday, February 7, 2013, the Montclair Art Museum will host the first public premiere of Montclair's docu-travel show, Montclair The Show directed by Mido Emad.
The first screening will be at 5:30 pm in Leir Hall, and the second screening will be at 9:00 pm, also in Leir Hall.
Can't make it to the premiere? No worries. Four thousand DVDs of Montclair The Show will be available for purchase in local shops and businesses.
Click here to read more about the private screening of Montclair The Show, which took place in October, 2012 at Halcyon Seafood Brasserie.
In the event that you didn't catch Neighborhood Eats on ABC News yesterday, we're sharing the video with you!
Check out Ilson Goncalves of Samba Montclair as he talks about his inspiration for Samba, and, of course, Bobó de Camarão. I think a few local food bloggers, and a Montclair toffee maker make an appearance as well. ;)
For the Bobo de Camarao recipe, click here.
Remember the bikini-clad Brazilian dancing girls at Ilson Goncalves' Samba Montclair? Of course you do!
Montclair The Show, the thirty minute, docu-movie about the very best of Montclair, directed by Mido Emad and hosted by NJ food blogger, me, is coming together in a beautiful way. Check out the trailer!