post

Torrisi. The succulent bird has a pungent, sweet mulberry-and-mustard-oil glaze that’s reminiscent of the mostarda he and Carbone made at Manhattan’s elegant Café Boulud. The berries pay homage to the restaurant’s Mulberry Street address. “Another one of our stupid jokes,” Torrisi says.or chef-owners Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, this dish’s name is an inside joke and a serious reflection of their food philosophy. The pair use only US ingredients for their Italian-American prix fixe dinner menu. For instance, their ducks come from Long Island, New York. “We think it’s funny to say ‘island duck’; it sounds exotic,” says Torrisi. The succulent bird has a pungent, sweet mulberry-and-mustard-oil glaze that’s reminiscent of the mostarda he and Carbone made at Manhattan’s elegant Café Boulud. The berries pay homage to the restaurant’s Mulberry Street address. “Another one of our stupid jokes,” Torrisi says.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *