On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Ned Baldwin, son and grandson of a fisherman, chef/owner of Houseman restaurant in Lower Manhattan’s Hudson Square, has long been inspired by the Norwegian word husmanskost, loosely translated to “everyday food.” He’s built his palate by way of commercial fishing, studying sculpture, and furniture making, and now renders near perfect versions of roast chicken and steak frites. It’s all a practice of what’s practical versus impractical, and how to mix in overlooked seafood, like bluefish, into a menu you want to eat every day. And THE FOOD SEEN’s first windsurfing analogy on air!

Ned Baldwin by Liz Clayman - Michael Turkell

The Food Seen is powered by Simplecast