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Gail Simmons is a woman with her own namesake cocktail.

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You’ll acquisition the adventure of the gin alcohol in the “Top Chef” judge’s aboriginal cookbook, which assembles recipes from campaign abroad, about two decades in New York City and a Canadian childhood.

In “Bringing It Home: Recipes From a Life of Adventurous Eating,” Simmons — who lives in Cobble Hill with her bedmate and 3-year-old babe — traces the beverage’s origins to her adulation of the cucamelon, a grape-sized, citrusy cucumber akin a miniature watermelon and accessible at farmers’ markets for alone a abbreviate window in August.

“I was bistro at Eleven Madison Park one night several years ago in the summer time,” she recalled in an interview, “and, somehow, aback [bar director] Leo [Robitschek] and I were talking, I brought up how I had aloof apparent these amazing little vegetables. About 10 account later, he appeared at my table with a cucamelon cocktail. He alleged it The Gail, and he gave me the recipe.”

You can accomplish it for yourself afterward an adjustment of that adapt in Simmons’ cookbook, which calls for either cucamelons or English cucumbers, London dry gin, auto juice, simple abstract and excellent leaves. Or — if you’d rather leave the muddling to the able mixologists — you can arch to the NoMad Bar, area The Gail and four dishes from “Bringing It Home” are on the banquet and afresh added lunch airheaded for the ages of November.

We batten to Simmons about not alone her eponymous cocktail, but her tips for planning a aboriginal Thanksgiving dinner, her admired new restaurants, the accessible division of “Top Chef” and the approaching of her female-focused assembly company.

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Thanksgiving is appropriate about the bend and some New Yorkers are hosting the big anniversary for the aboriginal time. What admonition do you accept for them?

If you’re hosting a aboriginal Thanksgiving, administer expectations and ask for some help. You don’t charge to do 17 things all at once. Acreage out desserts, acreage out the bloom or the soup, or some of the sides. If you’re absolutely appetite to accomplish your own buzz turkey, it’s not adamantine to do. ... You don’t accept to be fancy. Some alkali and pepper and adulate go a continued way.

In agreement of sides, there’s a compound in my book that I apperceive I’m activity to accomplish this year, for alkali and alkali burst potatoes. ... Also, aloof simple, absolutely aged greens like Swiss chard, and acutely article with candied potatoes or butternut squash, maybe a affluent soup.

Speaking of youth, you aboriginal came to New York in 1999 to appear what’s now the Institute of Culinary Education. What were your admired bargain eats aback in the day?

I bethink bistro a lot of falafel at Mamoun’s and this abode alleged Rainbow Falafel on 17th Street. I was active in Murray Hill at the time, and I acclimated to go to Noodles 28 with my roommate. We lived aloft a pizza parlor, so the hallways of my architecture consistently smelled of pizza, which I loved. I additionally bethink bistro a lot of bagels and chrism cheese from Murray’s Bagels on Sixth Avenue and egg sandwiches, eggs and bacon, that archetypal booth Greek bloom and pancakes at Joe Jr., a booth on Third Avenue.

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For your aftermost bit of coursework, you did an apprenticeship at the allegorical Le Cirque, which is reportedly set to backpack afterwards it closes at the end of this year. Tell us what it was like alive in that kitchen.

That was my aboriginal restaurant experience. It affectionate of blew me away. At that time, it was a four-star restaurant and it was in its antecedent location, the Palace Hotel, which admiring the who’s-who of New York. I abstruse a lot of things there. I was at the pasta, risotto and hot appetizer station. I abstruse to accomplish items on the abstruse menu. There was a abstruse potato that wasn’t on the card that was a potato broiled on a bed of salt. The meat central was all biconcave out, mashed up with adulate and truffles and put aback in like a twice-baked potato, and again they would serve it with a affiliate of foie gras on top — so over the top and amazing. We consistently had to accept this actual simple amazon booze with beginning pasta and actual simple vegetable soup for the son of the Sultan of Brunei, who would appear into eat because the ancestors endemic the building.

These days, you’re sitting in the dining room. Which are some of your admired new restaurants in New York City appropriate now?

I adulation Nur. It’s so aged and fun. And Fairfax, the new abode by Gabriel Stulman: I adulation the appearance of cooking. It has Mediterranean, Middle Eastern flavors that I anticipate are absolutely great, but it’s actual eclectic. Atla is abundant — it’s artistic and different.

There are so abounding restaurants that I appetite to go to, that are on my account but I haven’t had a adventitious to go to yet. I appetite to go the Aviary. I still haven’t been to The Grill or The Pool. I’m absolutely aflame about Celestine, which aloof opened in my neighborhood. It’s run by the guys abaft Mile End.

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“Top Chef” allotment to Bravo in December. What should we apprehend for the 15th season?

It’s an amazing season, a admirable division I anticipate clashing any other. This is the aboriginal time we’re outdoors, and the backdrop is so majestic. We got to biking all over the accompaniment of Colorado. A lot of it was attempt outdoors, so the chefs are affable at altitude, after the luxuries of a able kitchen some of the time. There were assertive challenges that took abode in actual asperous conditions.

You additionally co-founded agreeable conception aggregation Bumble Pie Productions, which is committed to giving a belvedere to new changeable choir in aliment media. Your aboriginal appearance premiered on “Food Network” aftermost fall, and you accept two new productions in the works. Why is the Bumble Pie mission important appropriate now, with all this altercation about the abridgement of changeable chefs branch Michelin-starred restaurants?

I aloof anticipate there are far too few changeable choir still in the aliment space. Number one in able kitchens — we apperceive that to be true. But there’s still not a distinct TV appearance in primetime that is captivated alone by a woman in the aliment space. And there’s aloof allowance for added absorbing choir and a assortment of voices. I appetite to advance women who do abundant assignment and adolescent women who do actual absorbing things.

The NoMad Bar is confined Simmons’ alcohol and recipes, including the lakte Reuben and jerk shrimp rolls, at cafeteria (noon to 2 p.m.), and at banquet (5 p.m. to close). It’s amid at 10 W. 28th St.

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