Everyone seems to be excited about the opening of “Top Chef” Mike Isabella’s Graffiato, and while you are likely to see lots of digital ink on the subject, none is likely to be as definitive as Tim Carman’s profile of the chef and his new restaurant. Don’t miss the accompanying video content.
Elsewhere in the Food section this week, we have a new Sourced column by David Hagedorn on Washington County’s Blueberry Hill, a local producer of, you guessed it, blueberries.
Tom Sietsema found a chop house lacking in chops at Senart’s.
Timothy Smith was inspired to go on a picnic by the sandwiches at Windows Cafe & Market.
Dave McIntyre explores the world of “green” winemaking.
And Jason Wilson examines the buck, perhaps the least known member of the long-drink family that also includes the highball, collins and fizz.