1. Got game?
From tonight through May 3, chef Peter McNee of Poggio will be showcasing one of his favorite cooking techniques: allo spiedo, or roasting on a spit. For a very reasonable $19, diners can sample featured roasts, ranging from partridge and pheasant to goat and suckling pig. McNee has also designed a separate menu inspired by spring in Italy.
2. Get the edge on veggies
Terrence Charles, Vanessa Getty
photography by Misha Vladimirskiy
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