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Topbyt van die Kennebunkport -fees in 2014 (skyfievertoning)

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Die oulike kusgemeenskap het sy beste kookkuns aangebied

Dan Myers

Beide die POP The Kennebunks en die Grand Tapas Party is onder hierdie tent gehou, wat op 'n rots in die hartjie van Dock Square geleë was.

Die hooftent

Dan Myers

Beide die POP The Kennebunks en die Grand Tapas Party is onder hierdie tent gehou, wat op 'n rots in die hartjie van Dock Square geleë was.

Kreef Crostini met gemarineerde groente en Sofrito

Dan Myers

Bedien deur sjef Brandon Blethen van Robert's Maine Grill

Sauerbraten Hand Pie

Dan Myers

Met Duitse aartappelslaai van Little Bigs Bakery se James Plunkett en Pamela Fitzpatrick Plunkett

Leonardo se Hamburger

Dan Myers

'N Slider gemaak met kalfsvleis en prosciutto, bedek met fontina en Spaanse ui, van M.C. Spiedo se Mark Gaier en Clark Frasier

Gegrilde garnale in Chili met wortel Tequila Vinaigrette

Dan Myers

Van Zapoteca Restaurante Y Tequileria se Shannon Bard

Gravlax-toebroodjie met oop gesig

Dan Myers

Tuisgemaakte gravlax op bruinbrood met kappiebruin bottermayo en ingelegde uie, deur die sjef Ricky Penatzer van Portland Hunt & Alpine Club (hulle bedien ook 'n moordenaarpons gemaak met aquavit, tee en limoen.

Die Grand Tapas Party

Dan Myers

Die vorige geregte is almal bedien tydens die Grand Tapas-partytjie, 'n rustige proe met baie kos en wyn om oor te gaan.

Dock Square

Dan Myers

Om op Dock Square te loop, is soos om 'n reis terug in die tyd te neem.

Dock Square

Dan Myers

Die agterkant van die talle winkels kyk direk op die water uit.

Die Clam Shack

Dan Myers

Een van Amerika se beste kreefbroodjies word bedien in die Clam Shack, 'n letterlike hut reg op Dock Square. Die koue, vars kreef kan met botter of mayo geklee word, en word bedien op 'n sagte rol van 'n plaaslike bakkery in plaas van die tradisionele worsbroodjie.

Mabel se kreefklou

Dan Myers

Mabel's Lobster Claw, geleë op die water ongeveer 'n kilometer van Dock Square af, is 'n seekos onder die radar wat een van die beste is. Kreeftrolletjies is van wêreldgehalte, net soos die skulprolletjies op die foto, wat op bestelling gegooi en gebraai word en saam met tuisgemaakte tartaarsous bedien word.

Charcuterie

Dan Myers

Tydens die privaat ete wat in die Spenlinhauer-koshuis gehou is, bedien sjef Fred Eliot, 'n in Lyon gebore, 'n seleksie gebraaide vleisblokkies, waaronder eendlewer-mousse en paté de Campagne.

Eend

Dan Myers

Vir die voorgereg word geroosterde Long Island -eend bedien met vars lentegroente.

Brews en Tunes

Dan Myers

Die Kennebunkport Conservation Trust het toegelaat dat die historiese Green at the Captain Lord Mansion gebruik word vir die Brews and Tunes -geleentheid, wat verskeie lewendige optredes behels, 'n biertent met baie Sam Adams en verskeie kosvragmotors.

Mansions

Dan Myers

Die huise in die omgewing van die Captain Lord Mansion is 'n paar van die bes bewaarde herehuise uit die 1700's aan die oostelike kus.

Grand Finale

Dan Myers

Die Grand Finale, wat by sjef David Turin se David's KPT gehou is, het 'n wonderlike uitsig oor die jachthaven, uitstekende passasiers en 'n oop kroeg.

Rou kroeg

Dan Myers

Die rou kroeg by die Grand Finale bied vars plaaslike oesters, mossels en reuse -garnale -skemerkelkie.


Ernstig eet deur die jare: ons vroeë dae, in foto's

Ed Levine het Serious Eats gestig in 2006. Hy het ook sewe boeke geskryf en in 2016 is hy opgeneem in die James Beard Foundation 's Who 's Who of Food & amp Beverage in Amerika.

Nadat ek baie geleenthede regoor die land gedoen het om my nuwe boek te bevorder, Serious Eater: 'n Gevaarlike soeke na pizza en verlossing van 'n voedselliefhebber, Ek kon nie anders as om nostalgies te raak oor wat, ten minste soms, die goeie ou dae by Serious Eats was nie. Ek vind dit steeds moeilik om te glo dat die klein kosblog wat ek in 2005 as 'Ed Levine Eats' begin het, gegroei het tot Serious Eats, 'n tuiste vir miljoene ernstige eters op die internet, en ongelooflik 'n selfonderhoudende kreatiewe strewe en besigheid buitendien.

Met ons veertienjarige herdenking, het ek Robyn Lee, ons voormalige hooffotograaf en buitengewone blogger, gevra om vir my 'n paar foto's van die beginjare te stuur. 'Roboppy', soos sy die bynaam was, Roboppy, het vir my honderde foto's gestuur van die jare wat sy by Serious Eats gewerk het, begin in die winter van 2007. Destyds was Robyn 'n intern, wat haar graad in voedselstudies aan NYU voltooi het . Nadat Robyn haar foto's deurgegee het, het haar opvolger en ons huidige visuele regisseur, Vicky Wasik, almal, sowel as baie van haar eie, deurgemaak en 'n lys keuses aan my gestuur.

Sonder meer, hier is 'n fotografiese reis deur die Serious Eats -laan.

In 2008 het ek die visioenêre sjef vir molekulêre gastronomie Ferran Adrià (langs my op die foto) na Katz's Deli geneem, want A, ek wou hê dat hy die oorspronklike weergawe van NYC van skuim (ook bekend as die eierroom) probeer, en B, I het gedink dat hy ook 'n handgemaakte pastrami-toebroodjie by Katz's moes hê om te weet hoe 'n tipiese New York-happie smaak.

Adrià, wat saam met sy bediende en vertaler José Andrés gekom het (hy is die eerste figuur aan die linkerkant, langs die mede-eienaar van Katz, Alan Dell), het nie veel omgegee vir die eierroom nie, maar hy was mal oor die pastrami. Die man het smaak.

Robyn, my vrou, Vicky en ek, het almal 'n motor na New York geneem vir die destydse Serious Eats se besturende redakteur (en stigter van Slice en A Hamburger Today) se troue in 2010. Dus het ons natuurlik kos gaan verken en afgekom 'n ou, funky, sagte bediening langs die pad. Waarom was ek en Vicky so gelukkig? Omdat soft-serve jou laat glimlag, is dit hoekom.

Elke keer as daar 'n tert in die kantoor was, proe almal (en ek bedoel almal) deelgeneem. Op hierdie foto van 2011 proe ons pasteiboodjies in die Grand Street-kantoor vir 'n Elke dag saam met Rachael Ray tydskrifverhaal. Alle ernstige eters is dol oor tert, en danksy Stella Parks, een van die beste banketkokke in die land, het ons tonne wonderlike tertresepte op die webwerf.

Kenji het sy onvergelykbare skuifbakke gemaak vir die eerste (en enigste, soos dit geblyk het) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, gehou op Governors Island in NYC op 23 Julie 2011. Ek weet nie hoekom ons geglimlag het nie: dit was 107 grade daardie dag. Verbasend genoeg het almal regtig 'n wonderlike tyd gehad. Vir meer inligting oor die magiese (en baie warm) dag, kyk na ons skyfievertoning met foto's van die fees.

Die span van Serious Eats uit die 2012-tydperk kom bymekaar vir 'n seldsame, voedselvrye foto. Met die kloksgewys links bo: ek self, voormalige kulinêre direkteur Kenji López-Alt, New York-redakteur Max Falkowitz, Sweets-redakteur Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago-redakteur Nick Kindelsperger, besturende redakteurs Carey Jones en Erin Zimmer Strenio, videograaf Jessica Leibowitz, rekeningbestuurder/Cereal Eats rubriekskrywer Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks -redakteur Maggie Hoffman, hoofbestuurder Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today -redakteur/personeelfotograaf Robyn Lee, en Slice -redakteur Meredith Smith.

Toe ons in Grand Street partytjie hou ('n redelik gereelde voorkoms), het almal 'n bietjie te veel gedrink, insluitend ons gelukbringer-gelukbringer, wat huurvry in die stort van die badkamer bo woon. Ek dink hy het een van die magiese drankies van Maggie op hierdie spesifieke dag in 2013 gehad.

Ons het 'n hewige fase in die Grand Street -kantoor deurgemaak. Dit lyk asof Kenji 'n sny pizza op hierdie foto van 2014 af waai, maar ek kan verkeerd wees. Ons waai tert, macaroni en kaas en omelette - noem maar op, ons waffel dit.

Niki eet op haar gelukkige plek porchetta, prosciutto en mozzarella van Di Palo (wat letterlik oorkant die Serious Eats -kantoor in Grandstraat was) en pizza bianca van Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Baie jare later bring mede -stigter, Lisa Sharples van Fexy, gereeld vir Niki en die res van die personeel 'n sorgpakket van Di Palo toe sy die nuwe kantoor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, besoek. Die mozzarella en prosciutto van Di Palo Dairy is genoeg om 'n ernstige eter op hul gelukkige plek te plaas.

Daniel Gritzer in sy element, kook en proe fondue in 2015. Toe Daniel aansoek doen om Kenji se hoofluitenant, kom hy na die kantoor na 'n volle dag se werk by Kos en wyn en kook 'n hoendergereg onder die wakende oog van Kenji. Ek kon hom nie van my lessenaar af sien nie, maar ek het geweet dat ons 'n bewaarder het toe Kenji vir my 'n sms stuur: "Hierdie ou kan regtig kook."

Alhoewel ons die beperkte kombuisruimte wat ons in Grand Street gehad het, ten volle benut het, het dinge soms skeefgeloop. Hier, in 2015, ondersoek Kenji ons gebroke induksie -kookplaat. Ek weet nie eers hoe dit gebeur het nie, maar ek onthou dat daar geen manier was om dit reg te stel nie. Ek dink hulle het ons gratis 'n plaasvervanger gestuur.

Daar was soveel onvergeetlike oomblikke in die geskiedenis van Serious Eats, ek moet erken dat ek 'n paar keer geskeur het om hierdie pos saam te stel. Maar ek laat die trane my nie laat val nie. Uiteindelik was daar baie meer trane van blydskap as hartseer.


Ernstig eet deur die jare: ons vroeë dae, in foto's

Ed Levine het Serious Eats gestig in 2006. Hy het ook sewe boeke geskryf en in 2016 is hy opgeneem in die James Beard Foundation 's Who 's Who of Food & amp Beverage in Amerika.

Nadat ek baie geleenthede regoor die land gedoen het om my nuwe boek te bevorder, Serious Eater: 'n Gevaarlike soeke na pizza en verlossing van 'n voedselliefhebber, Ek kon nie anders as om nostalgies te raak oor wat, ten minste soms, die goeie ou dae by Serious Eats was nie. Ek vind dit steeds moeilik om te glo dat die klein kosblog wat ek in 2005 as 'Ed Levine Eats' begin het, gegroei het tot Serious Eats, die tuiste vir miljoene ernstige eters op die internet, en ongelooflik 'n selfonderhoudende kreatiewe strewe en besigheid buitendien.

Met ons veertienjarige herdenking, het ek Robyn Lee, ons voormalige hooffotograaf en buitengewone blogger, gevra om vir my 'n paar foto's van die beginjare te stuur. 'Roboppy', soos sy die bynaam was, Roboppy, het vir my honderde foto's gestuur van die jare wat sy by Serious Eats gewerk het, begin in die winter van 2007. Destyds was Robyn 'n intern, wat haar graad in voedselstudies aan NYU voltooi het . Nadat Robyn haar foto's deurgegee het, het haar opvolger en ons huidige visuele regisseur, Vicky Wasik, dit alles deurgemaak, sowel as baie van haar eie, en 'n lys keuses aan my gestuur.

Sonder meer, hier is 'n fotografiese reis deur die Serious Eats -laan.

In 2008 het ek die visioenêre sjef vir molekulêre gastronomie Ferran Adrià (langs my op die foto) na Katz's Deli geneem, want A, ek wou hê dat hy die oorspronklike weergawe van NYC van skuim (ook bekend as die eierroom) probeer, en B, I het gedink dat hy ook 'n handgemaakte pastrami-toebroodjie by Katz's moes hê om te weet hoe 'n tipiese New York-happie smaak.

Adrià, wat saam met sy bediende en vertaler José Andrés gekom het (hy is die eerste figuur aan die linkerkant, langs die mede-eienaar van Katz, Alan Dell), het nie veel omgegee vir die eierroom nie, maar hy was mal oor die pastrami. Die man het smaak.

Robyn, my vrou, Vicky en ek, het almal een motor na New York geneem vir die destydse Serious Eats se besturende redakteur (en stigter van Slice en A Hamburger Today) se troue in 2010. Dus het ons natuurlik kos gaan verken en afgekom 'n ou, funky, sagte bediening langs die pad. Waarom was ek en Vicky so gelukkig? Omdat soft-serve jou laat glimlag, is dit hoekom.

Elke keer as daar 'n tert in die kantoor was, proe almal (en ek bedoel almal) deelgeneem. Op hierdie foto van 2011 proe ons pasteiboodjies in die Grand Street-kantoor vir 'n Elke dag saam met Rachael Ray tydskrifverhaal. Alle ernstige eters is dol oor tert, en danksy Stella Parks, een van die beste banketkokke in die land, het ons tonne wonderlike tertresepte op die webwerf.

Kenji het sy onvergelykbare skuifbakke gemaak vir die eerste (en enigste, soos dit geblyk het) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, gehou op Governors Island in NYC op 23 Julie 2011. Ek weet nie hoekom ons geglimlag het nie: dit was 107 grade daardie dag. Verbasend genoeg het almal regtig 'n wonderlike tyd gehad. Vir meer inligting oor die magiese (en baie warm) dag, kyk na ons skyfievertoning met foto's van die fees.

Die span van Serious Eats uit die 2012-tydperk kom bymekaar vir 'n seldsame, kosvrye foto. Met die kloksgewys links bo: ek self, voormalige kulinêre direkteur Kenji López-Alt, New York-redakteur Max Falkowitz, Sweets-redakteur Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago-redakteur Nick Kindelsperger, besturende redakteurs Carey Jones en Erin Zimmer Strenio, videograaf Jessica Leibowitz, rekeningbestuurder/Cereal Eats rubriekskrywer Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks -redakteur Maggie Hoffman, hoofbestuurder Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today -redakteur/personeelfotograaf Robyn Lee, en Slice -redakteur Meredith Smith.

Toe ons in Grand Street partytjie hou ('n redelik gereelde voorkoms), het almal 'n bietjie te veel gedrink, insluitend ons gelukbringer-gelukbringer, wat huurvry in die stort van die badkamer bo woon. Ek dink hy het een van die magiese drankies van Maggie op hierdie spesifieke dag in 2013 gehad.

Ons het 'n hewige fase in die Grand Street -kantoor deurgemaak. Dit lyk asof Kenji 'n sny pizza op hierdie foto van 2014 af waai, maar ek kan verkeerd wees. Ons waai tert, macaroni en kaas en omelette - noem maar op, ons waffel dit.

Niki eet op haar gelukkige plek porchetta, prosciutto en mozzarella van Di Palo (wat letterlik oorkant die Serious Eats -kantoor in Grandstraat was) en pizza bianca van Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Baie jare later bring mede -stigter, Lisa Sharples van Fexy, gereeld vir Niki en die res van die personeel 'n sorgpakket van Di Palo toe sy die nuwe kantoor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, besoek. Die mozzarella en prosciutto van Di Palo Dairy is genoeg om 'n ernstige eter op hul gelukkige plek te plaas.

Daniel Gritzer in sy element, kook en proe fondue in 2015. Toe Daniel aansoek doen om Kenji se hoofluitenant, kom hy na die kantoor na 'n volle dag se werk by Kos en wyn en kook 'n hoendergereg onder die wakende oog van Kenji. Ek kon hom nie van my lessenaar af sien nie, maar ek het geweet ons het 'n bewaarder toe Kenji vir my 'n sms stuur: "Hierdie ou kan regtig kook."

Alhoewel ons die beperkte kombuisruimte wat ons in Grand Street gehad het, ten volle benut het, het dinge soms skeefgeloop. Hier, in 2015, ondersoek Kenji ons gebroke induksie -kookplaat. Ek weet nie eers hoe dit gebeur het nie, maar ek onthou dat daar geen manier was om dit reg te stel nie. Ek dink hulle het ons gratis 'n plaasvervanger gestuur.

Daar was soveel onvergeetlike oomblikke in die geskiedenis van Serious Eats, ek moet erken dat ek 'n paar keer geskeur het om hierdie pos saam te stel. Maar ek laat die trane my nie laat val nie. Uiteindelik was daar baie meer trane van blydskap as hartseer.


Ernstig eet deur die jare: ons vroeë dae, in foto's

Ed Levine het Serious Eats gestig in 2006. Hy het ook sewe boeke geskryf en in 2016 is hy opgeneem in die James Beard Foundation 's Who 's Who of Food & amp Beverage in Amerika.

Nadat ek baie geleenthede regoor die land gedoen het om my nuwe boek te bevorder, Serious Eater: 'n Gevaarlike soeke na pizza en verlossing van 'n voedselliefhebber, Ek kon nie anders as om nostalgies te raak oor wat, ten minste soms, die goeie ou dae by Serious Eats was nie. Ek vind dit steeds moeilik om te glo dat die klein kosblog wat ek in 2005 as 'Ed Levine Eats' begin het, gegroei het tot Serious Eats, die tuiste vir miljoene ernstige eters op die internet, en ongelooflik 'n selfonderhoudende kreatiewe strewe en besigheid buitendien.

Met ons veertienjarige herdenking, het ek Robyn Lee, ons voormalige hooffotograaf en buitengewone blogger, gevra om vir my 'n paar foto's van die beginjare te stuur. 'Roboppy', soos sy die bynaam was, Roboppy, het vir my honderde foto's gestuur van die jare wat sy by Serious Eats gewerk het, begin in die winter van 2007. Destyds was Robyn 'n intern, wat haar graad in voedselstudies aan NYU voltooi het . Nadat Robyn haar foto's deurgegee het, het haar opvolger en ons huidige visuele regisseur, Vicky Wasik, almal, sowel as baie van haar eie, deurgemaak en 'n lys keuses aan my gestuur.

Sonder meer, hier is 'n fotografiese reis deur die Serious Eats -laan.

In 2008 het ek die visioenêre sjef vir molekulêre gastronomie Ferran Adrià (langs my op die foto) na Katz's Deli geneem, want A, ek wou hê dat hy die oorspronklike weergawe van NYC van skuim (ook bekend as die eierroom) probeer, en B, I het gedink dat hy ook 'n handgemaakte pastrami-toebroodjie by Katz's moes hê om te weet hoe 'n tipiese New York-happie smaak.

Adrià, wat saam met sy bediende en vertaler José Andrés gekom het (hy is die eerste figuur aan die linkerkant, langs die mede-eienaar van Katz, Alan Dell), het nie veel omgegee vir die eierroom nie, maar hy was mal oor die pastrami. Die man het smaak.

Robyn, my vrou, Vicky en ek, het almal een motor na New York geneem vir die destydse Serious Eats se besturende redakteur (en stigter van Slice en A Hamburger Today) se troue in 2010. Dus het ons natuurlik kos gaan verken en afgekom 'n ou, funky, sagte bediening langs die pad. Waarom was ek en Vicky so gelukkig? Omdat soft-serve jou laat glimlag, is dit hoekom.

Elke keer as daar 'n tert in die kantoor was, proe almal (en ek bedoel almal) deelgeneem. Op hierdie foto van 2011 proe ons posbestellings in die Grand Street-kantoor vir 'n Elke dag saam met Rachael Ray tydskrifverhaal. Alle ernstige eters is dol oor tert, en danksy Stella Parks, een van die beste banketkokke in die land, het ons tonne wonderlike tertresepte op die webwerf.

Kenji het sy onvergelykbare skuifbakke gemaak vir die eerste (en enigste, soos dit geblyk het) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, gehou op Governors Island in NYC op 23 Julie 2011. Ek weet nie hoekom ons geglimlag het nie: dit was 107 grade daardie dag. Verbasend genoeg het almal regtig 'n wonderlike tyd gehad. Vir meer inligting oor die magiese (en baie warm) dag, kyk na ons skyfievertoning met foto's van die fees.

Die span van Serious Eats uit die 2012-tydperk kom bymekaar vir 'n seldsame, kosvrye foto. Met die kloksgewys links bo: ek self, voormalige kulinêre direkteur Kenji López-Alt, New York-redakteur Max Falkowitz, Sweets-redakteur Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago-redakteur Nick Kindelsperger, besturende redakteurs Carey Jones en Erin Zimmer Strenio, videograaf Jessica Leibowitz, rekeningbestuurder/Cereal Eats rubriekskrywer Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks -redakteur Maggie Hoffman, hoofbestuurder Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today -redakteur/personeelfotograaf Robyn Lee, en Slice -redakteur Meredith Smith.

Toe ons in Grand Street partytjie hou ('n redelik gereelde voorkoms), het almal 'n bietjie te veel gedrink, insluitend ons gelukbringer-gelukbringer, wat huurvry in die stort van die badkamer bo woon. Ek dink hy het een van die magiese drankies van Maggie op hierdie spesifieke dag in 2013 gehad.

Ons het 'n hewige fase in die Grand Street -kantoor deurgemaak. Dit lyk asof Kenji 'n sny pizza op hierdie foto van 2014 af waai, maar ek kan verkeerd wees. Ons waai tert, macaroni en kaas en omelette - noem maar op, ons waffel dit.

Niki eet op haar gelukkige plek porchetta, prosciutto en mozzarella van Di Palo (wat letterlik oorkant die kantoor van Serious Eats in Grand Street was) en pizza bianca van Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Baie jare later bring mede -stigter, Lisa Sharples van Fexy, gereeld vir Niki en die res van die personeel 'n sorgpakket van Di Palo toe sy die nuwe kantoor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, besoek. Die mozzarella en prosciutto van Di Palo Dairy is genoeg om 'n ernstige eter op hul gelukkige plek te plaas.

Daniel Gritzer in sy element, kook en proe fondue in 2015. Toe Daniel aansoek doen om Kenji se hoofluitenant, kom hy na die kantoor na 'n volle dag se werk by Kos en wyn en kook 'n hoendergereg onder die wakende oog van Kenji. Ek kon hom nie van my lessenaar af sien nie, maar ek het geweet dat ons 'n bewaarder het toe Kenji vir my 'n sms stuur: "Hierdie ou kan regtig kook."

Alhoewel ons die beperkte kombuisruimte wat ons in Grand Street gehad het, ten volle benut het, het dinge soms skeefgeloop. Hier, in 2015, ondersoek Kenji ons gebroke induksie -kookplaat. Ek weet nie eers hoe dit gebeur het nie, maar ek onthou dat daar geen manier was om dit reg te stel nie. Ek dink hulle het ons gratis 'n plaasvervanger gestuur.

Daar was soveel onvergeetlike oomblikke in die geskiedenis van Serious Eats, ek moet erken dat ek 'n paar keer geskeur het om hierdie pos saam te stel. Maar ek laat die trane my nie laat val nie. Uiteindelik was daar baie meer trane van blydskap as hartseer.


Ernstig eet deur die jare: ons vroeë dae, in foto's

Ed Levine het Serious Eats gestig in 2006. Hy het ook sewe boeke geskryf en in 2016 is hy opgeneem in die James Beard Foundation 's Who 's Who of Food & amp Beverage in Amerika.

Nadat ek baie geleenthede regoor die land gedoen het om my nuwe boek te bevorder, Serious Eater: 'n Gevaarlike soeke na pizza en verlossing van 'n voedselliefhebber, Ek kon nie anders as om nostalgies te raak oor wat, ten minste soms, die goeie ou dae by Serious Eats was nie. Ek vind dit steeds moeilik om te glo dat die klein kosblog wat ek in 2005 as 'Ed Levine Eats' begin het, gegroei het tot Serious Eats, 'n tuiste vir miljoene ernstige eters op die internet, en ongelooflik 'n selfonderhoudende kreatiewe strewe en besigheid buitendien.

Met ons veertienjarige herdenking, het ek Robyn Lee, ons voormalige hooffotograaf en buitengewone blogger, gevra om vir my 'n paar foto's van die beginjare te stuur. 'Roboppy', soos sy die bynaam was, Roboppy, het vir my honderde foto's gestuur van die jare wat sy by Serious Eats gewerk het, begin in die winter van 2007. Destyds was Robyn 'n intern, wat haar graad in voedselstudies aan NYU voltooi het . Nadat Robyn haar foto's deurgegee het, het haar opvolger en ons huidige visuele regisseur, Vicky Wasik, almal, sowel as baie van haar eie, deurgemaak en 'n lys keuses aan my gestuur.

Sonder meer, hier is 'n fotografiese reis deur die Serious Eats -laan.

In 2008 het ek die visioenêre sjef vir molekulêre gastronomie Ferran Adrià (langs my op die foto) na Katz's Deli geneem, want A, ek wou hê dat hy die oorspronklike weergawe van NYC van skuim (ook bekend as die eierroom) probeer, en B, I het gedink dat hy ook 'n handgemaakte pastrami-toebroodjie by Katz's moes hê om te weet hoe 'n tipiese New York-happie smaak.

Adrià, wat saam met sy bediende en vertaler José Andrés gekom het (hy is die eerste figuur aan die linkerkant, langs die mede-eienaar van Katz, Alan Dell), het nie veel omgegee vir die eierroom nie, maar hy was mal oor die pastrami. Die man het smaak.

Robyn, my vrou, Vicky en ek, het almal een motor na New York geneem vir die destydse Serious Eats se besturende redakteur (en stigter van Slice en A Hamburger Today) se troue in 2010. Dus het ons natuurlik kos gaan verken en afgekom 'n ou, funky, sagte bediening langs die pad. Waarom was ek en Vicky so gelukkig? Omdat soft-serve jou laat glimlag, is dit hoekom.

Elke keer as daar 'n tert in die kantoor was, proe almal (en ek bedoel almal) deelgeneem. Op hierdie foto van 2011 proe ons posbestellings in die Grand Street-kantoor vir 'n Elke dag saam met Rachael Ray tydskrifverhaal. Alle ernstige eters is dol oor tert, en danksy Stella Parks, een van die beste banketkokke in die land, het ons tonne wonderlike tertresepte op die webwerf.

Kenji het sy onvergelykbare skuifbakke gemaak vir die eerste (en enigste, soos dit geblyk het) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, gehou op Governors Island in NYC op 23 Julie 2011. Ek weet nie hoekom ons geglimlag het nie: dit was 107 grade daardie dag. Verbasend genoeg het almal regtig 'n wonderlike tyd gehad. Vir meer inligting oor die magiese (en baie warm) dag, kyk na ons skyfievertoning met foto's van die fees.

Die span van Serious Eats uit die 2012-tydperk kom bymekaar vir 'n seldsame, voedselvrye foto. Met die kloksgewys links bo: ek self, voormalige kulinêre direkteur Kenji López-Alt, New York-redakteur Max Falkowitz, Sweets-redakteur Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago-redakteur Nick Kindelsperger, besturende redakteurs Carey Jones en Erin Zimmer Strenio, videograaf Jessica Leibowitz, rekeningbestuurder/Cereal Eats rubriekskrywer Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks -redakteur Maggie Hoffman, hoofbestuurder Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today -redakteur/personeelfotograaf Robyn Lee, en Slice -redakteur Meredith Smith.

Toe ons in Grand Street partytjie hou ('n redelik gereelde voorkoms), het almal 'n bietjie te veel gedrink, insluitend ons gelukbringer-gelukbringer, wat huurvry in die stort van die badkamer bo woon. Ek dink hy het een van die magiese drankies van Maggie op hierdie spesifieke dag in 2013 gehad.

Ons het 'n hewige fase in die Grand Street -kantoor deurgemaak. Dit lyk asof Kenji 'n sny pizza op hierdie foto van 2014 af waai, maar ek kan verkeerd wees. Ons waai tert, macaroni en kaas en omelette - noem maar op, ons waffel dit.

Niki eet op haar gelukkige plek porchetta, prosciutto en mozzarella van Di Palo (wat letterlik oorkant die kantoor van Serious Eats in Grand Street was) en pizza bianca van Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Baie jare later bring mede -stigter, Lisa Sharples van Fexy, gereeld vir Niki en die res van die personeel 'n sorgpakket van Di Palo toe sy die nuwe kantoor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, besoek. Die mozzarella en prosciutto van Di Palo Dairy is genoeg om 'n ernstige eter op hul gelukkige plek te plaas.

Daniel Gritzer in sy element, kook en proe fondue in 2015. Toe Daniel aansoek doen om Kenji se hoofluitenant, kom hy na die kantoor na 'n volle dag se werk by Kos en wyn en kook 'n hoendergereg onder die wakende oog van Kenji. Ek kon hom nie van my lessenaar af sien nie, maar ek het geweet dat ons 'n bewaarder het toe Kenji vir my 'n sms stuur: "Hierdie ou kan regtig kook."

Alhoewel ons die beperkte kombuisruimte wat ons in Grand Street gehad het, ten volle benut het, het dinge soms skeefgeloop. Hier, in 2015, ondersoek Kenji ons gebroke induksie -kookplaat. Ek weet nie eers hoe dit gebeur het nie, maar ek onthou dat daar geen manier was om dit reg te stel nie. Ek dink hulle het ons gratis 'n plaasvervanger gestuur.

Daar was soveel onvergeetlike oomblikke in die geskiedenis van Serious Eats, ek moet erken dat ek 'n paar keer geskeur het om hierdie pos saam te stel. Maar ek laat die trane my nie laat val nie. Uiteindelik was daar baie meer trane van blydskap as hartseer.


Ernstig eet deur die jare: ons vroeë dae, in foto's

Ed Levine het Serious Eats gestig in 2006. Hy het ook sewe boeke geskryf en in 2016 is hy opgeneem in die James Beard Foundation 's Who 's Who of Food & amp Beverage in Amerika.

Nadat ek baie geleenthede regoor die land gedoen het om my nuwe boek te bevorder, Serious Eater: 'n Gevaarlike soeke na pizza en verlossing van 'n voedselliefhebber, Ek kon nie anders as om nostalgies te raak oor wat, ten minste soms, die goeie ou dae by Serious Eats was nie. Ek vind dit steeds moeilik om te glo dat die klein kosblog wat ek in 2005 as 'Ed Levine Eats' begin het, gegroei het tot Serious Eats, die tuiste vir miljoene ernstige eters op die internet, en ongelooflik 'n selfonderhoudende kreatiewe strewe en besigheid buitendien.

Met ons veertienjarige herdenking, het ek Robyn Lee, ons voormalige hooffotograaf en buitengewone blogger, gevra om vir my 'n paar foto's van die beginjare te stuur. 'Roboppy', soos sy die bynaam was, Roboppy, het vir my honderde foto's gestuur van die jare wat sy by Serious Eats gewerk het, begin in die winter van 2007. Destyds was Robyn 'n intern, wat haar graad in voedselstudies aan NYU voltooi het . Nadat Robyn haar foto's deurgegee het, het haar opvolger en ons huidige visuele regisseur, Vicky Wasik, almal, sowel as baie van haar eie, deurgemaak en 'n lys keuses aan my gestuur.

Sonder meer, hier is 'n fotografiese reis deur die Serious Eats -laan.

In 2008 het ek die visioenêre sjef vir molekulêre gastronomie Ferran Adrià (langs my op die foto) na Katz's Deli geneem, want A, ek wou hê dat hy die oorspronklike weergawe van NYC van skuim (ook bekend as die eierroom) probeer, en B, I het gedink dat hy ook 'n handgemaakte pastrami-toebroodjie by Katz's moes hê om te weet hoe 'n tipiese New York-happie smaak.

Adrià, wat saam met sy bediende en vertaler José Andrés gekom het (hy is die eerste figuur aan die linkerkant, langs die mede-eienaar van Katz, Alan Dell), het nie veel omgegee vir die eierroom nie, maar hy was mal oor die pastrami. Die man het smaak.

Robyn, my vrou, Vicky en ek, het almal een motor na New York geneem vir die destydse Serious Eats se besturende redakteur (en stigter van Slice en A Hamburger Today) se troue in 2010. Dus het ons natuurlik kos gaan verken en afgekom 'n ou, funky, sagte bediening langs die pad. Waarom was ek en Vicky so gelukkig? Omdat soft-serve jou laat glimlag, is dit hoekom.

Elke keer as daar 'n tert in die kantoor was, proe almal (en ek bedoel almal) deelgeneem. Op hierdie foto van 2011 proe ons pasteiboodjies in die Grand Street-kantoor vir 'n Elke dag saam met Rachael Ray tydskrifverhaal. Alle ernstige eters is dol oor tert, en danksy Stella Parks, een van die beste banketkokke in die land, het ons tonne wonderlike tertresepte op die webwerf.

Kenji het sy onvergelykbare skuifbakke gemaak vir die eerste (en enigste, soos dit geblyk het) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, gehou op Governors Island in NYC op 23 Julie 2011. Ek weet nie hoekom ons geglimlag het nie: dit was 107 grade daardie dag. Verbasend genoeg het almal regtig 'n wonderlike tyd gehad. Vir meer inligting oor die magiese (en baie warm) dag, kyk na ons skyfievertoning met foto's van die fees.

Die span van Serious Eats uit die 2012-tydperk kom bymekaar vir 'n seldsame, voedselvrye foto. Met die kloksgewys links bo: ek self, voormalige kulinêre direkteur Kenji López-Alt, New York-redakteur Max Falkowitz, Sweets-redakteur Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago-redakteur Nick Kindelsperger, besturende redakteurs Carey Jones en Erin Zimmer Strenio, videograaf Jessica Leibowitz, rekeningbestuurder/Cereal Eats rubriekskrywer Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks -redakteur Maggie Hoffman, hoofbestuurder Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today -redakteur/personeelfotograaf Robyn Lee, en Slice -redakteur Meredith Smith.

Toe ons in Grand Street partytjie hou ('n redelik gereelde voorkoms), het almal 'n bietjie te veel gedrink, insluitend ons gelukbringer-gelukbringer, wat huurvry in die stort van die badkamer bo woon. Ek dink hy het een van die magiese drankies van Maggie op hierdie spesifieke dag in 2013 gehad.

Ons het 'n hewige fase in die Grand Street -kantoor deurgemaak. Dit lyk asof Kenji 'n sny pizza op hierdie foto van 2014 af waai, maar ek kan verkeerd wees. Ons waai tert, macaroni en kaas en omelette - noem maar op, ons waffel dit.

Niki eet op haar gelukkige plek porchetta, prosciutto en mozzarella van Di Palo (wat letterlik oorkant die kantoor van Serious Eats in Grand Street was) en pizza bianca van Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Baie jare later bring mede -stigter van Lisa Fexy, Lisa Sharples, gereeld vir Niki en die res van die personeel 'n sorgpakket van Di Palo toe sy die nuwe kantoor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, besoek. Die mozzarella en prosciutto van Di Palo Dairy is genoeg om 'n ernstige eter op hul gelukkige plek te plaas.

Daniel Gritzer in sy element, kook en proe fondue in 2015. Toe Daniel aansoek doen om Kenji se hoofluitenant, kom hy na die kantoor na 'n volle dag se werk by Kos en wyn en kook 'n hoendergereg onder die wakende oog van Kenji. Ek kon hom nie van my lessenaar sien nie, maar ek het geweet dat ons 'n bewaarder het toe Kenji vir my 'n sms stuur: "Hierdie ou kan regtig kook."

Alhoewel ons die beperkte kombuisruimte wat ons in Grand Street gehad het, ten volle benut het, het dinge soms skeefgeloop. Hier, in 2015, ondersoek Kenji ons gebroke induksie -kookplaat. Ek weet nie eers hoe dit gebeur het nie, maar ek onthou dat daar geen manier was om dit reg te stel nie. Ek dink hulle het ons gratis 'n plaasvervanger gestuur.

Daar was soveel onvergeetlike oomblikke in die geskiedenis van Serious Eats, ek moet erken dat ek 'n paar keer opgebreek het toe ek hierdie plasing saamgestel het. Maar ek laat die trane my nie laat val nie. Uiteindelik was daar baie meer trane van blydskap as hartseer.


Ernstig eet deur die jare: ons vroeë dae, in foto's

Ed Levine founded Serious Eats in 2006. He has also written seven books and in 2016 he was inducted into the James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America.

After doing many events across the country promoting my new book, Serious Eater: A Food Lover's Perilous Quest for Pizza and Redemption, I couldn't help but get nostalgic for what were—at least sometimes—the good old days at Serious Eats. I still find it hard to believe that the little food blog I started as "Ed Levine Eats" in 2005 has grown into Serious Eats, home base for millions of serious eaters on the web, and, incredibly, a self-sustaining creative endeavor and business besides.

With our 14-year anniversary coming up, I asked Robyn Lee, our former chief photographer and blogger extraordinaire, to send me some photos from the early years. "Roboppy," as she was nicknamed, being Roboppy, sent me hundreds of photos from the many years she worked at Serious Eats, beginning in the winter of 2007. Back then, Robyn was an intern, completing her degree in food studies from NYU. After Robyn passed along her photos, her successor and our current visual director, Vicky Wasik, went through all of them, as well as plenty of her own, and sent me a list of selects.

Without further ado, here's a photographic trip down Serious Eats memory lane.

In 2008, I took the visionary molecular gastronomy chef Ferran Adrià (pictured right next to me) to Katz's Deli, because, A, I wanted him to try NYC's original version of foam (also known as the egg cream), and B, I thought he also needed to have a hand-cut-pastrami sandwich at Katz's, to know what a quintessential New York bite tastes like.

Adrià, who came with his minder and translator José Andrés (he's the first figure on the left, next to Katz's co-owner Alan Dell), didn't much care for the egg cream, but he loved the pastrami. The man has taste.

Robyn my wife, Vicky and I all took one car to upstate New York for then Serious Eats managing editor (and founder of Slice and A Hamburger Today) Adam Kuban's wedding in 2010. So, of course, we went food-exploring and came across an old, funky roadside soft-serve joint. Why were Vicky and I so happy? Because soft-serve makes you smile, that's why.

Whenever there was a pie tasting in the office, everyone (and I mean almal) participated. In this 2011 photo, we're tasting mail-order pies in the Grand Street office for an Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine story. All serious eaters love pie, and, thanks in large part to Stella Parks, one of the country's finest pastry chefs, we have tons of terrific pie recipes on the site.

Kenji made his incomparable sliders for the first (and only, as it turned out) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, held on Governors Island in NYC on July 23, 2011. I don't know why we were smiling: It was 107 degrees that day. Amazingly, everyone really did have an awesome time. For more about that magical (and very hot) day, check out our slideshow of photos from the festival.

The 2012-era Serious Eats crew gathers for a rare food-free photo op. Clockwise from top left: myself, former culinary director Kenji López-Alt, New York editor Max Falkowitz, Sweets editor Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago editor Nick Kindelsperger, managing editors Carey Jones and Erin Zimmer Strenio, videographer Jessica Leibowitz, account manager/Cereal Eats columnist Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks editor Maggie Hoffman, general manager Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today editor/staff photographer Robyn Lee, and Slice editor Meredith Smith.

When we partied on Grand Street (a fairly frequent occurrence), everyone drank a little too much, including our stuffed-bear mascot, who lived rent-free in the shower of the upstairs bathroom. I think he'd had one too many of Maggie's magical potions on this particular day in 2013.

We went through a heavy waffling phase in the Grand Street office. Kenji appears to be waffling a slice of pizza in this photo from 2014, but I could be wrong. We waffled pie, macaroni and cheese, and omelettes—you name it, we waffled it.

Niki in her happy place, eating porchetta, prosciutto, and mozzarella from Di Palo (which was literally across the street from the Serious Eats office on Grand Street) and pizza bianca from Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Many years later, Fexy cofounder Lisa Sharples often brings Niki and the rest of the staff a care package from Di Palo when she visits the new office, located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Di Palo Dairy's mozzarella and prosciutto are enough to put any serious eater in their happy place.

Daniel Gritzer in his element, cooking and tasting fondue in 2015. When Daniel applied to be Kenji's chief lieutenant, he came to the office after a full day's work at Kos en wyn and cooked a chicken dish under the watchful eye of Kenji. I couldn't see him from my desk, but I knew we had a keeper when Kenji texted me, "This dude can really cook."

Though we made the most of the limited kitchen space we had on Grand Street, sometimes things did go awry. Here, in 2015, Kenji is examining our broken induction cooktop. I don't even know how this happened, but I do remember there was no way to fix it. I think they sent us a replacement for free.

There have been so many memorable moments in Serious Eats’ history, I have to admit I teared up a couple of times putting this post together. But I'm not letting the tears get me down. In the end, there have been far more tears of joy than sadness.


Serious Eats Through the Years: Our Early Days, in Photos

Ed Levine founded Serious Eats in 2006. He has also written seven books and in 2016 he was inducted into the James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America.

After doing many events across the country promoting my new book, Serious Eater: A Food Lover's Perilous Quest for Pizza and Redemption, I couldn't help but get nostalgic for what were—at least sometimes—the good old days at Serious Eats. I still find it hard to believe that the little food blog I started as "Ed Levine Eats" in 2005 has grown into Serious Eats, home base for millions of serious eaters on the web, and, incredibly, a self-sustaining creative endeavor and business besides.

With our 14-year anniversary coming up, I asked Robyn Lee, our former chief photographer and blogger extraordinaire, to send me some photos from the early years. "Roboppy," as she was nicknamed, being Roboppy, sent me hundreds of photos from the many years she worked at Serious Eats, beginning in the winter of 2007. Back then, Robyn was an intern, completing her degree in food studies from NYU. After Robyn passed along her photos, her successor and our current visual director, Vicky Wasik, went through all of them, as well as plenty of her own, and sent me a list of selects.

Without further ado, here's a photographic trip down Serious Eats memory lane.

In 2008, I took the visionary molecular gastronomy chef Ferran Adrià (pictured right next to me) to Katz's Deli, because, A, I wanted him to try NYC's original version of foam (also known as the egg cream), and B, I thought he also needed to have a hand-cut-pastrami sandwich at Katz's, to know what a quintessential New York bite tastes like.

Adrià, who came with his minder and translator José Andrés (he's the first figure on the left, next to Katz's co-owner Alan Dell), didn't much care for the egg cream, but he loved the pastrami. The man has taste.

Robyn my wife, Vicky and I all took one car to upstate New York for then Serious Eats managing editor (and founder of Slice and A Hamburger Today) Adam Kuban's wedding in 2010. So, of course, we went food-exploring and came across an old, funky roadside soft-serve joint. Why were Vicky and I so happy? Because soft-serve makes you smile, that's why.

Whenever there was a pie tasting in the office, everyone (and I mean almal) participated. In this 2011 photo, we're tasting mail-order pies in the Grand Street office for an Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine story. All serious eaters love pie, and, thanks in large part to Stella Parks, one of the country's finest pastry chefs, we have tons of terrific pie recipes on the site.

Kenji made his incomparable sliders for the first (and only, as it turned out) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, held on Governors Island in NYC on July 23, 2011. I don't know why we were smiling: It was 107 degrees that day. Amazingly, everyone really did have an awesome time. For more about that magical (and very hot) day, check out our slideshow of photos from the festival.

The 2012-era Serious Eats crew gathers for a rare food-free photo op. Clockwise from top left: myself, former culinary director Kenji López-Alt, New York editor Max Falkowitz, Sweets editor Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago editor Nick Kindelsperger, managing editors Carey Jones and Erin Zimmer Strenio, videographer Jessica Leibowitz, account manager/Cereal Eats columnist Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks editor Maggie Hoffman, general manager Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today editor/staff photographer Robyn Lee, and Slice editor Meredith Smith.

When we partied on Grand Street (a fairly frequent occurrence), everyone drank a little too much, including our stuffed-bear mascot, who lived rent-free in the shower of the upstairs bathroom. I think he'd had one too many of Maggie's magical potions on this particular day in 2013.

We went through a heavy waffling phase in the Grand Street office. Kenji appears to be waffling a slice of pizza in this photo from 2014, but I could be wrong. We waffled pie, macaroni and cheese, and omelettes—you name it, we waffled it.

Niki in her happy place, eating porchetta, prosciutto, and mozzarella from Di Palo (which was literally across the street from the Serious Eats office on Grand Street) and pizza bianca from Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Many years later, Fexy cofounder Lisa Sharples often brings Niki and the rest of the staff a care package from Di Palo when she visits the new office, located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Di Palo Dairy's mozzarella and prosciutto are enough to put any serious eater in their happy place.

Daniel Gritzer in his element, cooking and tasting fondue in 2015. When Daniel applied to be Kenji's chief lieutenant, he came to the office after a full day's work at Kos en wyn and cooked a chicken dish under the watchful eye of Kenji. I couldn't see him from my desk, but I knew we had a keeper when Kenji texted me, "This dude can really cook."

Though we made the most of the limited kitchen space we had on Grand Street, sometimes things did go awry. Here, in 2015, Kenji is examining our broken induction cooktop. I don't even know how this happened, but I do remember there was no way to fix it. I think they sent us a replacement for free.

There have been so many memorable moments in Serious Eats’ history, I have to admit I teared up a couple of times putting this post together. But I'm not letting the tears get me down. In the end, there have been far more tears of joy than sadness.


Serious Eats Through the Years: Our Early Days, in Photos

Ed Levine founded Serious Eats in 2006. He has also written seven books and in 2016 he was inducted into the James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America.

After doing many events across the country promoting my new book, Serious Eater: A Food Lover's Perilous Quest for Pizza and Redemption, I couldn't help but get nostalgic for what were—at least sometimes—the good old days at Serious Eats. I still find it hard to believe that the little food blog I started as "Ed Levine Eats" in 2005 has grown into Serious Eats, home base for millions of serious eaters on the web, and, incredibly, a self-sustaining creative endeavor and business besides.

With our 14-year anniversary coming up, I asked Robyn Lee, our former chief photographer and blogger extraordinaire, to send me some photos from the early years. "Roboppy," as she was nicknamed, being Roboppy, sent me hundreds of photos from the many years she worked at Serious Eats, beginning in the winter of 2007. Back then, Robyn was an intern, completing her degree in food studies from NYU. After Robyn passed along her photos, her successor and our current visual director, Vicky Wasik, went through all of them, as well as plenty of her own, and sent me a list of selects.

Without further ado, here's a photographic trip down Serious Eats memory lane.

In 2008, I took the visionary molecular gastronomy chef Ferran Adrià (pictured right next to me) to Katz's Deli, because, A, I wanted him to try NYC's original version of foam (also known as the egg cream), and B, I thought he also needed to have a hand-cut-pastrami sandwich at Katz's, to know what a quintessential New York bite tastes like.

Adrià, who came with his minder and translator José Andrés (he's the first figure on the left, next to Katz's co-owner Alan Dell), didn't much care for the egg cream, but he loved the pastrami. The man has taste.

Robyn my wife, Vicky and I all took one car to upstate New York for then Serious Eats managing editor (and founder of Slice and A Hamburger Today) Adam Kuban's wedding in 2010. So, of course, we went food-exploring and came across an old, funky roadside soft-serve joint. Why were Vicky and I so happy? Because soft-serve makes you smile, that's why.

Whenever there was a pie tasting in the office, everyone (and I mean almal) participated. In this 2011 photo, we're tasting mail-order pies in the Grand Street office for an Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine story. All serious eaters love pie, and, thanks in large part to Stella Parks, one of the country's finest pastry chefs, we have tons of terrific pie recipes on the site.

Kenji made his incomparable sliders for the first (and only, as it turned out) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, held on Governors Island in NYC on July 23, 2011. I don't know why we were smiling: It was 107 degrees that day. Amazingly, everyone really did have an awesome time. For more about that magical (and very hot) day, check out our slideshow of photos from the festival.

The 2012-era Serious Eats crew gathers for a rare food-free photo op. Clockwise from top left: myself, former culinary director Kenji López-Alt, New York editor Max Falkowitz, Sweets editor Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago editor Nick Kindelsperger, managing editors Carey Jones and Erin Zimmer Strenio, videographer Jessica Leibowitz, account manager/Cereal Eats columnist Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks editor Maggie Hoffman, general manager Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today editor/staff photographer Robyn Lee, and Slice editor Meredith Smith.

When we partied on Grand Street (a fairly frequent occurrence), everyone drank a little too much, including our stuffed-bear mascot, who lived rent-free in the shower of the upstairs bathroom. I think he'd had one too many of Maggie's magical potions on this particular day in 2013.

We went through a heavy waffling phase in the Grand Street office. Kenji appears to be waffling a slice of pizza in this photo from 2014, but I could be wrong. We waffled pie, macaroni and cheese, and omelettes—you name it, we waffled it.

Niki in her happy place, eating porchetta, prosciutto, and mozzarella from Di Palo (which was literally across the street from the Serious Eats office on Grand Street) and pizza bianca from Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Many years later, Fexy cofounder Lisa Sharples often brings Niki and the rest of the staff a care package from Di Palo when she visits the new office, located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Di Palo Dairy's mozzarella and prosciutto are enough to put any serious eater in their happy place.

Daniel Gritzer in his element, cooking and tasting fondue in 2015. When Daniel applied to be Kenji's chief lieutenant, he came to the office after a full day's work at Kos en wyn and cooked a chicken dish under the watchful eye of Kenji. I couldn't see him from my desk, but I knew we had a keeper when Kenji texted me, "This dude can really cook."

Though we made the most of the limited kitchen space we had on Grand Street, sometimes things did go awry. Here, in 2015, Kenji is examining our broken induction cooktop. I don't even know how this happened, but I do remember there was no way to fix it. I think they sent us a replacement for free.

There have been so many memorable moments in Serious Eats’ history, I have to admit I teared up a couple of times putting this post together. But I'm not letting the tears get me down. In the end, there have been far more tears of joy than sadness.


Serious Eats Through the Years: Our Early Days, in Photos

Ed Levine founded Serious Eats in 2006. He has also written seven books and in 2016 he was inducted into the James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America.

After doing many events across the country promoting my new book, Serious Eater: A Food Lover's Perilous Quest for Pizza and Redemption, I couldn't help but get nostalgic for what were—at least sometimes—the good old days at Serious Eats. I still find it hard to believe that the little food blog I started as "Ed Levine Eats" in 2005 has grown into Serious Eats, home base for millions of serious eaters on the web, and, incredibly, a self-sustaining creative endeavor and business besides.

With our 14-year anniversary coming up, I asked Robyn Lee, our former chief photographer and blogger extraordinaire, to send me some photos from the early years. "Roboppy," as she was nicknamed, being Roboppy, sent me hundreds of photos from the many years she worked at Serious Eats, beginning in the winter of 2007. Back then, Robyn was an intern, completing her degree in food studies from NYU. After Robyn passed along her photos, her successor and our current visual director, Vicky Wasik, went through all of them, as well as plenty of her own, and sent me a list of selects.

Without further ado, here's a photographic trip down Serious Eats memory lane.

In 2008, I took the visionary molecular gastronomy chef Ferran Adrià (pictured right next to me) to Katz's Deli, because, A, I wanted him to try NYC's original version of foam (also known as the egg cream), and B, I thought he also needed to have a hand-cut-pastrami sandwich at Katz's, to know what a quintessential New York bite tastes like.

Adrià, who came with his minder and translator José Andrés (he's the first figure on the left, next to Katz's co-owner Alan Dell), didn't much care for the egg cream, but he loved the pastrami. The man has taste.

Robyn my wife, Vicky and I all took one car to upstate New York for then Serious Eats managing editor (and founder of Slice and A Hamburger Today) Adam Kuban's wedding in 2010. So, of course, we went food-exploring and came across an old, funky roadside soft-serve joint. Why were Vicky and I so happy? Because soft-serve makes you smile, that's why.

Whenever there was a pie tasting in the office, everyone (and I mean almal) participated. In this 2011 photo, we're tasting mail-order pies in the Grand Street office for an Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine story. All serious eaters love pie, and, thanks in large part to Stella Parks, one of the country's finest pastry chefs, we have tons of terrific pie recipes on the site.

Kenji made his incomparable sliders for the first (and only, as it turned out) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, held on Governors Island in NYC on July 23, 2011. I don't know why we were smiling: It was 107 degrees that day. Amazingly, everyone really did have an awesome time. For more about that magical (and very hot) day, check out our slideshow of photos from the festival.

The 2012-era Serious Eats crew gathers for a rare food-free photo op. Clockwise from top left: myself, former culinary director Kenji López-Alt, New York editor Max Falkowitz, Sweets editor Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago editor Nick Kindelsperger, managing editors Carey Jones and Erin Zimmer Strenio, videographer Jessica Leibowitz, account manager/Cereal Eats columnist Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks editor Maggie Hoffman, general manager Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today editor/staff photographer Robyn Lee, and Slice editor Meredith Smith.

When we partied on Grand Street (a fairly frequent occurrence), everyone drank a little too much, including our stuffed-bear mascot, who lived rent-free in the shower of the upstairs bathroom. I think he'd had one too many of Maggie's magical potions on this particular day in 2013.

We went through a heavy waffling phase in the Grand Street office. Kenji appears to be waffling a slice of pizza in this photo from 2014, but I could be wrong. We waffled pie, macaroni and cheese, and omelettes—you name it, we waffled it.

Niki in her happy place, eating porchetta, prosciutto, and mozzarella from Di Palo (which was literally across the street from the Serious Eats office on Grand Street) and pizza bianca from Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Many years later, Fexy cofounder Lisa Sharples often brings Niki and the rest of the staff a care package from Di Palo when she visits the new office, located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Di Palo Dairy's mozzarella and prosciutto are enough to put any serious eater in their happy place.

Daniel Gritzer in his element, cooking and tasting fondue in 2015. When Daniel applied to be Kenji's chief lieutenant, he came to the office after a full day's work at Kos en wyn and cooked a chicken dish under the watchful eye of Kenji. I couldn't see him from my desk, but I knew we had a keeper when Kenji texted me, "This dude can really cook."

Though we made the most of the limited kitchen space we had on Grand Street, sometimes things did go awry. Here, in 2015, Kenji is examining our broken induction cooktop. I don't even know how this happened, but I do remember there was no way to fix it. I think they sent us a replacement for free.

There have been so many memorable moments in Serious Eats’ history, I have to admit I teared up a couple of times putting this post together. But I'm not letting the tears get me down. In the end, there have been far more tears of joy than sadness.


Serious Eats Through the Years: Our Early Days, in Photos

Ed Levine founded Serious Eats in 2006. He has also written seven books and in 2016 he was inducted into the James Beard Foundation's Who's Who of Food & Beverage in America.

After doing many events across the country promoting my new book, Serious Eater: A Food Lover's Perilous Quest for Pizza and Redemption, I couldn't help but get nostalgic for what were—at least sometimes—the good old days at Serious Eats. I still find it hard to believe that the little food blog I started as "Ed Levine Eats" in 2005 has grown into Serious Eats, home base for millions of serious eaters on the web, and, incredibly, a self-sustaining creative endeavor and business besides.

With our 14-year anniversary coming up, I asked Robyn Lee, our former chief photographer and blogger extraordinaire, to send me some photos from the early years. "Roboppy," as she was nicknamed, being Roboppy, sent me hundreds of photos from the many years she worked at Serious Eats, beginning in the winter of 2007. Back then, Robyn was an intern, completing her degree in food studies from NYU. After Robyn passed along her photos, her successor and our current visual director, Vicky Wasik, went through all of them, as well as plenty of her own, and sent me a list of selects.

Without further ado, here's a photographic trip down Serious Eats memory lane.

In 2008, I took the visionary molecular gastronomy chef Ferran Adrià (pictured right next to me) to Katz's Deli, because, A, I wanted him to try NYC's original version of foam (also known as the egg cream), and B, I thought he also needed to have a hand-cut-pastrami sandwich at Katz's, to know what a quintessential New York bite tastes like.

Adrià, who came with his minder and translator José Andrés (he's the first figure on the left, next to Katz's co-owner Alan Dell), didn't much care for the egg cream, but he loved the pastrami. The man has taste.

Robyn my wife, Vicky and I all took one car to upstate New York for then Serious Eats managing editor (and founder of Slice and A Hamburger Today) Adam Kuban's wedding in 2010. So, of course, we went food-exploring and came across an old, funky roadside soft-serve joint. Why were Vicky and I so happy? Because soft-serve makes you smile, that's why.

Whenever there was a pie tasting in the office, everyone (and I mean almal) participated. In this 2011 photo, we're tasting mail-order pies in the Grand Street office for an Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine story. All serious eaters love pie, and, thanks in large part to Stella Parks, one of the country's finest pastry chefs, we have tons of terrific pie recipes on the site.

Kenji made his incomparable sliders for the first (and only, as it turned out) Serious Eats All-Star Sandwich Festival, held on Governors Island in NYC on July 23, 2011. I don't know why we were smiling: It was 107 degrees that day. Amazingly, everyone really did have an awesome time. For more about that magical (and very hot) day, check out our slideshow of photos from the festival.

The 2012-era Serious Eats crew gathers for a rare food-free photo op. Clockwise from top left: myself, former culinary director Kenji López-Alt, New York editor Max Falkowitz, Sweets editor Carrie Vasios Mullins, Chicago editor Nick Kindelsperger, managing editors Carey Jones and Erin Zimmer Strenio, videographer Jessica Leibowitz, account manager/Cereal Eats columnist Leandra Palermo Levine, Drinks editor Maggie Hoffman, general manager Alaina Browne, A Hamburger Today editor/staff photographer Robyn Lee, and Slice editor Meredith Smith.

When we partied on Grand Street (a fairly frequent occurrence), everyone drank a little too much, including our stuffed-bear mascot, who lived rent-free in the shower of the upstairs bathroom. I think he'd had one too many of Maggie's magical potions on this particular day in 2013.

We went through a heavy waffling phase in the Grand Street office. Kenji appears to be waffling a slice of pizza in this photo from 2014, but I could be wrong. We waffled pie, macaroni and cheese, and omelettes—you name it, we waffled it.

Niki in her happy place, eating porchetta, prosciutto, and mozzarella from Di Palo (which was literally across the street from the Serious Eats office on Grand Street) and pizza bianca from Sullivan Street Bakery, in 2014. Many years later, Fexy cofounder Lisa Sharples often brings Niki and the rest of the staff a care package from Di Palo when she visits the new office, located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Di Palo Dairy's mozzarella and prosciutto are enough to put any serious eater in their happy place.

Daniel Gritzer in his element, cooking and tasting fondue in 2015. When Daniel applied to be Kenji's chief lieutenant, he came to the office after a full day's work at Kos en wyn and cooked a chicken dish under the watchful eye of Kenji. I couldn't see him from my desk, but I knew we had a keeper when Kenji texted me, "This dude can really cook."

Though we made the most of the limited kitchen space we had on Grand Street, sometimes things did go awry. Here, in 2015, Kenji is examining our broken induction cooktop. I don't even know how this happened, but I do remember there was no way to fix it. I think they sent us a replacement for free.

There have been so many memorable moments in Serious Eats’ history, I have to admit I teared up a couple of times putting this post together. But I'm not letting the tears get me down. In the end, there have been far more tears of joy than sadness.


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