Tempura From Kyoto at Bouley at Home

Tempura Matsu, a much-esteemed Kyoto restaurant (not to be confused with Tempura Matsui in New York), is doing a pop-up at Bouley at Home. The second-generation chef, Toshio Matsuno, will be behind the counter, deep-frying shrimp and vegetables as part of multicourse kaiseki menus. Lunch, noon to 3 p.m. Sept. 29 through Oct. 2, $335…

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A Wine Importer Turns to Food

Neal Rosenthal, the selective upstate importer of fine wines (mostly French and Italian), is also selling food online at his Mad Rose website. Several new products deserve pantry space. Roveja, brown to greenish-gray dried wild peas the size of capers, come from the border between Umbria and Le Marche in Italy. Soak them overnight, then…

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Stores Come Out on Top in Cheese Awards

At the annual American Cheese Society Judging and Competition held this month in Richmond, Va., the award for “Best of Show” went to Stockinghall by Murray’s Cheese, a cow’s milk clothbound Cheddar — made for Murray’s by Cornell University and Old Chatham Creamery in Chatham, N.Y., and aged in Murray’s caves. In second place was…

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Sahadi’s Opens a New Store in Brooklyn

In business since 1948, Sahadi’s, the family-owned Middle Eastern food bazaar on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, is opening a second location on Thursday. It’s a spacious store and cafe in Industry City, Brooklyn, conveniently near its wholesale warehouse. In addition to a vast array of dried fruits, nuts roasted in-house and olives, the outpost offers…

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