Tyler Kord, chef and owner of the New York City-based No. 7 restaurant and sub shops, shares a patty melt recipe from his new book, “A Super Upsetting Book About Sandwiches.” Kord recommends listening to Thin Lizzy’s “The Boys are Back in Town” while you eat.
At Orsa & Winston, Chef Josef Centeno’s “Breakfast in a Shell” is a coddled egg served with warm semolina, balsamic cream and maple syrup that is topped with fresh chives, sea salt and tiny puffed rice balls called masago arare. It is one of the Japanese and Italian-inspired foods that is part of a new breakfast dish Centeno has on the menu.
Most of the breakfast foods we eat in the US are sweet and hearty, from donuts and pancakes with maple syrup to frosted flakes and biscuits and gravy. At Orsa & Winston, Chef Josef Centeno is going the seasonal savory route. Since returning from a recent trip to Japan, he’s been serving up his take on the traditional Japanese breakfast.
Sweet potato biscuits are perfect additions to your breakfast, lunch and dinner plates. With or without butter and preserves. Around the holidays, sweet potato biscuits are often eaten with slices of salty country ham. Don’t dare confuse sweet potatoes with yams though, or McGreger will school you on that.
For the past two years, KCRW’s yearly pie contest has featured a “World Pie” category that is inspired by a current exhibition at UCLA’s Fowler Museum. This year, we give you the “Cuban Pie” category, a nod to the “Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón,” which opens on Sunday, October 2.