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I love serving cauliflower sliced into steaks. But you’ll really only get two from a head of cauliflower, so it might not be the most logical way to serve for a group!
Pomegranate molasses is a middle eastern ingredient used in one of my favorite dips, muhammara, which also has red peppers and walnuts. It’s intensely fruity and sweet, so be very sparing with your use of it. Harissa, a North African chili paste, can also vary wildly in its heat depending on the brand. So just mix a bit of each together with some oil and a pinch of salt and adjust as you see fit.
Serve this with some cous cous or rice on the side for a great light vegetarian dinner.
Justin Doss of GQ (U.S.)
Tis the season of odd vests. Ringjacket made this one for us in two tweed variations - brown check and a plain gray.
Keep your core warm!
Brooklyn-based Battenwear, formerly Batten Sportswear, combines an extensive knowledge of vintage sportswear with a sharp eye for fabric and fit. The result is a collection of fun, high-performance clothing that’s ready for whatever you’ve got planned this weekend.
The Travel Shell 2 Parka and the Retro Day Pack, with felt-padded shoulders and suede-reinforced bottom, are great for meeting up with friends for a morning coffee before catching a train to the Hudson Highlands (the only section of the Appalachian Trail with a designated rail stop).
The Overhang Shorts, with zip pockets and a crotch gusset for a full range of movement, are perfect for urban climbers taking the C train to 110th, where “Worthless Boulder” provides some worthy challenges.
And practitioners of the time-honored outdoor activity of chilling on Central Park’s Great Lawn should check out the Five-Pocket Island Shirt; it combines elements from classic Hawaiian shirts and the Cuban Guayabera shirt, with an added fifth pocket for your metro card and enough cash to buy a hot pretzel.
Battenwear’s designer Shinya Hasegawa is a dedicated east coast surfer himself. The sport and location inspires his designs in both style and spirit. Surfing in New York is tough; it’s a long train ride to the beach, and the water is cold most of the year. But these obstacles give New York surf culture a special flavor—like they say about the bagels, it’s gotta be something in the water.
03/12/13 - Viparo, French Connection, Paul Smith
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