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  • Church & State recipe: Van Gogh's Rocket

    Church & State recipe: Van Gogh's Rocket
    Vincent Van Gogh famously loved absinthe. The spirit was highly en vogue in the late 19th century when the troubled artist was painting his vivid masterpieces. It's up for debate whether too much of the drink contributed to his famous "ear" episode in Arles, France, but it certainly didn't help. Today the Green Fairy, as the spirit is known, has made a small comeback, largely thanks to its use by craft cocktail connoisseurs. Take for example, a lush and lovely cocktail created by barman Erik Denton called Van Gogh's Rocket," for downtown's renowned French bistro Church & State. Inspired by an early mentor, Sadie mixologist Giovanni Martinez, Denton was moved to incorporate savory arugula into a cocktail worthy of a painting. Smooth vodka, slightly sweet Lillet Blanc, fresh lemon juice, mellow honey syrup and bar spoon of absinthe complete the picture.
  • Recipe: Our office burger

      Total time: 1 hour, 5 minutes Servings: 4 Caramelized onions 4 slices applewood-smoked bacon 2 onions, sliced (about 4 cups) 1 teaspoon sugar 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon ketchup 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 2-3 drops liquid...

    An elegant seasonal salad

    Sometimes it can be difficult to think of winter, which begins on Dec. 22, as a salad season. After all, salads are so often associated with the fresh new growth of springtime. But, in fact, you can easily find so many delicious ingredients at this time...

    Review: Market 17 in Fort Lauderdale

    Review: Market 17 in Fort Lauderdale
    When I first visited Market 17 in the months after its October 2010 opening, I sensed that sibling restaurateurs Kirsta and Aaron Grauberger had a hit on their hands. But I wondered if their timing was just a little off. The Great Recession was still...

    The pleasures of burrata

    Have you noticed how sometimes an ingredient you'd never heard of before is suddenly on menus everywhere? Sometimes, such ingredients are nothing but trendy, seeming to vanish as quickly as they arrived. But other times, they stay around, becoming...