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The arrival of summer means ice cream season, which—in this writer’s humble opinion—is the most beautiful time of the year. The sun is shining, the East River Ferry is cruising, and European tourists are flooding the streets of Williamsburg, creating long lines at the spots locals love most. While I have a low tolerance for waiting in line, one place where I don’t mind is OddFellows, that bastion of creamy, homemade deliciousness, where the...
Now that International Women's Day has passed, it's time to dedicate our celebratory efforts to St. Patrick's Day. It's next Thursday, so you've got a solid week to indulge in all things Irish, and by that we mean Whiskey. So why not whiskey fused with ice cream, in flights? St. Paddy's day aside, this, to me, sounds like an evergreen treat. It will never be a bad idea. And now OddFellows has done us all the favor...
Oddfellows doesn’t need to do much to stand out amongst the ice cream crowd, as their everyday scoops are already calibrated to make a statement—think, black pepper-fig and chorizo-caramel swirl, or ants-on-a -og sorbet. But that hasn’t kept Sam Mason and co. from continuing to push the envelope, frequently resulting in thrilling collaborations, like an absinthe chocolate chip flavor with Maison Premiere, and fantastically quirky creations such as the OddPocket (ice cream stuffed in...
As opposed to, say, Italian or Mexican or Chinese, few of us think to add Irish fare to our regular dining rotation. But considering some of the major cornerstones of the cuisine are sausages, fried potatoes and crocks of slow-braised meat, simmered in Guinness-spiked gravy or sauced in melted cheese or both, why the heck are we limiting our consumption to St. Patrick’s Day alone? Here are just a few Brooklyn dishes bound to...

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