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Dick Waterman Rockumentary and More Volume 4, Issue 2

April/May 2011


Market News

What's up in the world of Chelsea Market

Holton Farms & Fulton Houses Holton Farms of Westminster, VT, and Chelsea Market are proud to announce a partnership with the Robert S. Fulton Houses in Chelsea. The three have teamed up to establish a New York City Housing Authority EBT/Food stamp CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program in which residents will be able to swipe their cards and fill a box with farm fresh produce, weekly on Wednesdays from 1pm-3pm (starting May 18 through Thanksgiving). For all other Holton Farms and Chelsea Market members there is also a pickup 4:30pm to 5:30pm on Wednesdays at Chelsea Market across from One Lucky Duck. Visit holtonfarms. com/pricing.html for more information.

The Tippler - Coming This Summer Inspired by rabble-rousing speakeasies of the prohibition era, The Tippler will be located underfoot in a Chelsea Market site that hasn’t been publicly accessible in over 150 years. Enjoy hand-crafted cocktails, local and imported beers and wines and Mediterranean-style tapas in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere of exposed brick and underground charm.

Posman Books Redesign Posman Books is taking spring cleaning very seriously this year! Though it's been a long and hard winter for the bookstore industry, they are thrilled to be thriving as Chelsea Market's independent bookstore. This Spring, they are beginning a store-wide renovation that will include an expanded children's section, a versatile event space and a brand new streamlined look. Though they are closing our doors soon for construction, don't worry! You can still find them at a temporary location across the hall for all your stationary and literary needs. 2


Grill Master Grilling tips from seasoning and temperature to resting and slicing by Joshua Stokes at Grill-A-Chef

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lapping a steak on a hot grill seems easy enough, but all too often the simplest misstep will leave you with shoe leather or tartare. Take the guesswork out of grilling with these tips: Spring for the good stuff: The best steak you'll ever cook starts with great meat from a reputable butcher like Dickson's Farmstead Meats. Bring it up to room temperature: Going straight from the fridge to the frying pan can lead to uneven cooking. Season, and season well: Meat requires significant amounts of salt, especially in thicker cuts. Dry it up: Browning won't occur in the presence of moisture. Pat your meat dry and and lean toward flavor enhancers based on oils. Start High/Finish Low: High heat will spur the formation of a delicious brown crust quickly. Once you've developed a nice sear, move it to low heat. This will allow the meat to warm through without any burning on the outside. Let it be: Once it hits the grill, leave it alone! Know when it's done: An instant read thermometer will run you around eight bucks and ensure that your meat or fish comes out perfect every time. Let it Rest: Once the meat is cooked to your liking, give it some time to rest before it lands on your plate. Cut across the grain: Imagine eating a celery stalk: when you eat the whole stalk, the fibers are impossible to ignore; however, if you slice across those fibers they are practically imperceptible. The same goes for meat!

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A Musical Legend Photography by Dick Waterman, on exhibit through June 12 at Chelsea Market, documents a half century of blues legends and rock icons.

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the last undiscovered collection of blues photography that will ever be unearthed. Today, Waterman shares his photography through his own blog and website. At dickwaterman.com, glimpse the world of Muddy Waters, Howling Wolf, Ray Charles and B.B. King, as well as blues-based rock-in-roll greats like Janis Joplin.

ick Waterman spent his career discovering musical talent while his own remarkable photography remained largely under wraps. Since 1964, Waterman managed a who's who of blues legends, ranging from Son House to Bonnie Raitt. Without setting out to, he captured some of the most iconic blues and rock images of the past forty years. Yet his work never saw widespread publication. In fact, Waterman often referred to his photography as "no more than a hobby."

Some of Waterman's early works show a camera friendly Bob Dylan, as well as backstage access to the Rolling Stones. Many of the artists Waterman photographed back in the 1960's (Bonnie Raitt, B.B. King, Chuck Berry and more) continue to be shot today, more than forty years later. See Waterman's work for the first time ever in NYC, on display at Chelsea Market April 21 - June 12.

All of that changed in 1999 when a chance encounter with Govinda Gallery director Chris Murray led to a book. Between Midnight and Day features 120 photos as well as Waterman's personal recollections, and is quite possibly

Two treasures from Dick Waterman's collection: Bob Dylan with Joan Baez (below), and Janis Joplin (right).

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JBF & Chelsea Market Here are a few of our favorite memories from the 2011 Sunday Supper benefitting the James Beard Foundation. Also, stay tuned for JBF LTD, a James Beard pop-up restaurant coming April 12 to Chelsea Market.


DIRECTORY Amy's Bread (212) 462-4338 Amysbread.com

Jacques Torres Chocolate (212) 229-2414 Mrchocolate.com

Anthropologie (212) 620-3116 Anthropologie.com

L'arte del Gelato (212) 366-0570 Lartedelgelato.com

Bar Suzette Chelseamarket.com/barsuzette

The Lobster Place (212) 255-5672 Lobsterplace.com

Bowery Kitchen Supply (212) 376-4982 Bowerykitchens.com Buddakan (212) 989-6699 Buddakannyc.com Buon Italia (212) 633-9090 Buonitalia.com Chelsea Market Baskets (888) 727-7887 Chelseamarketbaskets.com The Cleaver Company (212) 741-9174 Cleaverco.com Dickson's Farmstand (212) 242-2630 Dicksonsfarmstand.com Eleni's Cookies (212) 255-6804 Elenis.com Fat Witch Bakery (888) 41-Witch Fatwitch.com The Filling Station (212) 989.368 Tfsnyc.com Chelsea Wine Vault (212) 462-4244 Chelseawinevault.com Chelsea Thai Wholesale (212) 924-2999 Friedman's (212) 929-7100 Friedmanslunch.com Gramercy Park Flower Shop (212) 475-4989 Gramercyflowers.com The Green Table (212) 741-6623 Cleaverco.com Hale & Hearty Soups (212) 255-2400 Haleandhearty.com

Lucy's Whey (212) 463-9500 Lucyswhey.com Manhattan Fruit Exchange (212) 989-2444 Manhattanfruitexchange.com Morimoto (212) 989-8883 Morimotonyc.com Ninth Street Espresso (212) 228-2930 Ninthstreetespresso.com Nutbox (347) 689-9948 Thenutbox.com One Lucky Duck (866) 205-4895 Oneluckyduck.com People's Pops (850) 322-6071 peoplespops.com Posman Books (212) 627-0304 Posmanbooks.com Ronnybrook Farm Dairy (212) 741-6455 Ronnybrook.com Ruthy's Baked Goods (212) 463-8800 Ruthys.com Sarabeth's Bakery (212) 989-2424 Sarabeths.com The Tippler Coming Soon! Tuck Shop (212) 255.2021 Tuckshopnyc.com


POP-UP BUDDAKAN

ANTHROPOLOGIE NEWSSTAND

ELENI’S NEW YORK

CHELSEA WINE VAULT

FAT WITCH BAKERY

RUTHY’S BAKED GOODS

EVENT SPACE AMY’S BREAD HALE & HEARTY SOUPS DICKSON’S FARMSTAND MEATS RONNYBROOK MILK BAR

THE CLEAVER CO.

THE GREEN TABLE

NINTH ST. ESPRESSO

THE LOBSTER PLACE CHELSEA THAI WHOLESALE

15th St. Arcade: Bar Suzette, The Filling Station, Gramercy Park Flowers, Jacques Torres Chocolate, Lucy’s Whey, Nut Box, Nut Box Spices, One Lucky Duck, People’s Pops, Tuck Shop

FRIEDMAN’S

BUON ITALIA

MANHATTAN FRUIT EXCHANGE SARABETH’S

BOWERY KITCHEN

CHELSEA MARKET BASKETS

POSMAN BOOKS L’ARTE DEL GELATO MORIMOTO


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