The Perfect Winter Meal: DBGB, New York

A lot of people who write blogs apologize to their audience when they aren’t able to post as frequently. But I figure I get more enjoyment out of this thing than anyone else, so when I blog less often, I feel the need to apologize to myself. Of course, given the size of this blog’s audience, perhaps there’e not much of a distinction there. At any rate, I haven’t been blogging much lately. And now that I’m writing about my most recent stint in New York, I realize that I neglected to write about a highlight of our trip there over Christmas: DBGB.

Now that it’s in the eighties most days in Austin, it’s becoming hard to recall how cold it was in New York at this time. But what I can clearly recall is that this was one of the most satisfying meals we’ve had in some time.

Country style pâté.

Rabbit rillette.

Sausage with lentils. I wish I remember exactly which sausage this was.

Eliza had the burger, which (in another example of my experience with fancy burgers) didn’t actually knock our socks off. But, the fries… Oh, the fries.

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One Response to The Perfect Winter Meal: DBGB, New York

  1. Hello Eliza and Ben,

    I am reaching out to you on behalf of Chef Daniel Boulud to thank you for your recent blog post and your mouthwatering photos. We quite agree that pleasure seeking is a good thing, especially as we spend our lives trying to provide pleasure – of a culinary nature, of course.

    Let us know if you’d like us to send you news from DBGB and out other restaurants. If so, please do send us your email addresses. We’ve always got something new and delicious cooking.

    Best regards,
    Georgette Farkas

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