Chef Marc Meyer loves Franny’s, chili and Judy Rogers
The chef behind some of New York’s best restaurants tells us what he loves.
Chef Marc Meyer is the executive chef and owner of three of New York City’s most beloved restaurants: Cookshop, Five Points, and Hundred Acres. For the last 20 years, he has carved a reputation out of a commitment to locally produced, seasonal, and sustainable cuisine. His clean, unpretentious approach to flavor has wrought a style that is both innovative and warmly satisfying.
A recipe that really stands out in my mind is Smoky Beef Chili.
The food that I really enjoy eating is the food I’ve grown up enjoying. For me, a recipe that really stands out in my mind is Smoky Beef Chili.
Franny’s in Brooklyn is a real restaurant with honest, well-prepared food in a great setting.
I recently headed over to Brooklyn to check out Franny’s. I’ve heard a lot of good things about their food and their philosophy and I was not disappointed. It’s a real restaurant with honest, well-prepared food in a really great setting.
Judy Rogers tells a story and shows you how to cook it in The Zuni Café Cookbook.
I am a fan of The Zuni Cafe Cookbook by Judy Rodgers. She tells a story and shows you how to cook it.
One of my favorite places is the Farmer’s Market in Sonoma.
One of my favorite food destinations is the Farmer’s Market in Sonoma.