Gramercy Tavern’s String Bean Salad: A Close Look at a Cultivated Plate

Wondering how local one of Gramercy Tavern‘s dishes really is? Me, too! So, I photographed their lovely-to-look-at-and-eat seasonal string bean salad and tracked down its origins with help from executive chef Mike Anthony and his staff. You can see for yourself just how far (which is to say, not very) the salad’s ingredients have traveled to your table.

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One Response to “Gramercy Tavern’s String Bean Salad: A Close Look at a Cultivated Plate”

  1. Liz Hohn

    The fruit identified as a gooseberry sure does look a lot like a champagne, or white, currant. All the gooseberries I’ve seen grown locally are about triple that size.

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