Mirazur, in France, Tops World’s 50 Best Restaurants List

Mirazur, a restaurant on the French Riviera in Menton, took the No. 1 spot on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants ...
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Wolfgat, a Far-Flung Destination for South African Coastal Cuisine

PATERNOSTER, South Africa — Reaching Wolfgat, a restaurant in a small seaside cottage seating only 20 in this fishing village, ...
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Thomas Keller Brings Country Club Cuisine to the City

Talking about how good the chef Thomas Keller’s new restaurant is would be easier if it weren’t also painfully out ...
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Peruvian Tastes Find a Spot on the Upper East Side

Headliner Mission Ceviche Restaurant & Bar Peruvian tastes have a new home on the Upper East Side. José Luis Chavez, ...
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Yewande Komolafe’s 10 Essential Nigerian Recipes

There is a saying in Yoruba, one of the languages spoken by the people of southwestern Nigeria, that translates as ...
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A Festival to Celebrate Halal Foods

A small group of 20-somethings, some of whom are still in college, came up with the idea of this inaugural ...
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Build a Better Savory Pie

LONDON — In Britain, the word “pie” has multiple meanings, some old, some new, some sweet, some savory, some with a ...
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A Daniel Grilled Cheese to Make at Home

At Restaurant Daniel, a new bar menu of small plates like oysters, gougères and smoked trout rillettes, includes sleek, well-burnished ...
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If a Paper Straw Isn’t Your Thing …

Alternatives to plastic straws are proliferating, and more permanent materials than paper are being used: stainless steel, sterling silver, glass ...
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A Wine Shop Focused on the Gems

Albert Di Meglio, the chef and an owner of Barano restaurant in South Williamsburg, said that customers who liked a ...
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Worcestershire Butter!

Good morning. I was down in Howard Beach eating a slice from New Park Pizza as the sun bore down ...
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Ice Cream Ideas From England

A family ice cream enterprise in England — started by Theo Mezger and named for his wife, Jude Mezger — ...
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The Chef Curtis Duffy Plans His Next Chicago Restaurant

The end of Grace, a sleek, modern Chicago restaurant with three Michelin stars and a reputation as one of the ...
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Dinner, Solved

Good morning. Two days into the season, and it’s past time to open up the summer house of the mind, ...
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A Favorite Summer Pasta Gets a New Ingredient

There’s a lot of zucchini at the market. And in the garden. And in the neighbor’s garden. Yes, it is ...
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Like LaCroix, but With a Buzz

Trent Mooring was tired of mixing drinks. At beach gatherings and garden parties, Mr. Mooring, the president of Mother Earth ...
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Cook a Chicken on Sunday

I did something on Sunday that I almost never do: I cooked a whole chicken specifically so we would have ...
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Chianti Classico, Beyond the Straw-Covered Bottle

Chianti Classico wines are better than they have ever been. The best examples are remarkably distinctive, wonderfully satisfying and, in ...
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That Summer Grilling Standard, Buttery Flank Steak

There are steak lovers who extol the melt-in-your-mouth tenderness of a lean filet mignon. Others adore devouring the charred fat ...
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The Kombucha Life

Good morning. I have a fun story in The Times this week about kombucha, a drink that I’ve been making ...
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Savoring Lisbon’s Local Tastes on a Budget

Lisbon may be one of Europe’s more affordable capitals, but if you’re in search of a spectacular meal, it’s not ...
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The Art of Banh Cuon, Vietnamese Rice Rolls

PASADENA, Calif. — In his backyard, Hong Pham tipped a pale, soupy batter onto a piece of cotton stretched over ...
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Boarding Now: Parents of Children With Nut Allergies

A recent government ruling may transform air travel for passengers with life-threatening food allergies by extending to them the protections ...
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A Recipe for Juneteenth

Good morning. A happy Juneteenth to you, a holiday that celebrates the recognition of freedom for enslaved Africans in the ...
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Anthony Bourdain’s Alma Mater Will Remember Him With a Scholarship

A year after the death of Anthony Bourdain, the chef and world-traveling television personality, the Culinary Institute of America is ...
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How to Make Kombucha, or How I Met My Mother

Kombucha is an effervescent fermented tea, sweet and sour, probiotic and fizzy. It is an acquired taste. The first time ...
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A Writer’s Surprisingly Healthful Breakfast Cookies

In “One Good Meal,” we ask cooking-inclined creative people to share the story behind a favorite dish they actually make ...
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For Pride Month, Dinner and a Show of Marginalized Voices

Booming out of a small speaker in the corner of the cafeteria at Avenues, a private school in Chelsea in ...
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Lamia’s Fish Market Opens in the East Village

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If It’s Sunday in Southeastern Indiana, Order the Fried Chicken

WEST HARRISON, Ind. — If you see a steeple in southeastern Indiana, you can be pretty sure that fried chicken ...
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In a Miniature Space, Van Da Roams All Around Vietnam

When a batch of banh beo comes to the table at Van Da, any confusion about how to eat them ...
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Molly O’Neill, Writer Who Explored and Celebrated Food, Is Dead at 66

Molly O’Neill, a freewheeling writer born into a family bent on raising baseball players who would transform herself from a ...
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Masala Mac and Cheese and More

Catering to brick-and-mortar store is a common trajectory for chefs, one that Shalini Vaswani followed this year. She grew up ...
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Skal! Scandinavian Spirits From New York

For a Nordic take on summer drinks like the Southside, try aquavit. A pair of new aquavits from Svol reflect ...
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Spanish Produce at Hudson Yards

There are some treasures to gather at Frutas y Verduras, the fruit and vegetable stand at Little Spain, the Spanish ...
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The Art of Food

Any survey of food as art has to feature Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the 16th-century Italian painter whose portraits are montages of ...
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Packaged Sausages From Former White Gold Butchers

The butchers Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest were thinking of creating a line of sausages, even before they left White ...
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It’s a Girl! It’s a Boy! And for the Gender-Reveal Cake, It May Be the End

Cake is asked to do so much, what with all the weddings and birthdays and office parties for colleagues headed ...
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It’s Time to Rethink Wine Criticism

Robert M. Parker Jr., who dominated wine criticism in the United States for roughly 30 years after his enthusiastic embrace ...
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Grow Faster, Grow Stronger: Speed-Breeding Crops to Feed the Future

Farmers and plant breeders are in a race against time. The world population is growing rapidly, requiring ever more food, ...
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Foolproof Fish Isn’t a Myth

I think more people should be cooking fish at home, and that is a hill I am willing to die ...
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Food Prep Safety When Using Cutting/Chopping Boards

Checking out new, delicious recipes your family will love is fun. Less fun is discussing safety precautions while cooking. But ...
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Get the Good Bread

On Wednesday night I texted my husband to ask him to pick up good bread on the way home — ...
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Cold Sesame Chicken to Satisfy a Constant Craving

Cold roast chicken is a craving that won’t go away. Not that I’d want it to. I’ve loved it ever ...
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What’s Better Than Fried Cheese? Fried Cheese With Eggs

I once asked a famous chef what his favorite food was, expecting an answer along the lines of caviar or ...
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Hey, Raptors Fans, You Want Fries With Those 3-Pointers?

From an athletic point of view, the stakes on Thursday night were clear. It was Game 6 of the N.B.A ...
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In the Bronze Age, Bagels Were Tiny

Researchers exploring an archaeological site in Austria have found three pieces of 3,000-year-old charred bread that look suspiciously like the ...
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Guatemalan Stews With Mayan Roots, at Ix in Brooklyn

Jocón, a Guatemalan stew, can be so green you’d imagine it had its own Pantone color. As with many Central ...
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One Thing You Can Do: Plan a Climate-Friendly Cookout

Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and ...
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The Dessert to Make Right Now

Good morning. Maida Heatter died last week at 102 and our Margaux Laskey jumped into the archives to find all ...
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How to Have a High-End Vacation for Less

Why pay top dollar for a luxury vacation when it’s possible to have it for less? A high-end trip without ...
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Can Home Cooking Reverse the Obesity Epidemic?

Many nutrition experts blame processed foods for the obesity epidemic, suggesting that a return to home cooking would turn it ...
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Amazon to End Its Restaurant Delivery Service

With the online restaurant delivery market growing ever more competitive, Amazon is discontinuing the service it started four years ago ...
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You Can Talk to Plants. Maybe You Should Listen.

What does a plant sound like? This is the sound of corn growing. The sound of corn growing From the ...
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The Pizza Ovens of Brooklyn

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A New Generation of Chefs Reframes Taiwanese Cuisine in America

When Richard Ho opened Ho Foods, a tiny storefront in the East Village last year, his goal was to serve ...
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How to Make Perfect Sweet Potatoes Every Time

At some point during every cooking class I teach, I do my signature move: dramatically add handful upon handful of ...
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Babs Opens, Drawing From the Basque Country

Headliner Babs Building on the success of their modern Parisian-style restaurant, Mimi, Louis Levy and the brothers Daniel and Evan ...
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At Crown Shy, the Only False Step Is the Name

Good restaurants don’t rain down from nowhere, but Crown Shy came close. No doubt it went through the same birth ...
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A French Wine With a 900-Year-Old Vintage

Savagnin blanc — not to be confused with the sauvignon blanc the sommelier recommended with your cheese course — is ...
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The Queen of Eating Shellfish Online

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Jiggs Kalra, Food Writer Who Elevated Indian Fine Dining, Dies at 72

Jiggs Kalra, a food writer who helped elevate Indian fine dining, and a gastronome who threw the spotlight on little ...
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‘Tajín Is a Lifestyle’: An Appreciation of the Mexican Seasoning Mix

You can find Tajín served alongside the freshly sliced mango sold on the street in New York City on humid ...
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A Coffee-Table Book on Nobu

Nobuyuki (Nobu) Matsuhisa is one of the best-known Japanese chefs in the world. He has 50 restaurants — from Beverly ...
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Fairway Market Opens a Cooking School

Fairway Market has renovated the second floor of its Upper West Side flagship and added a well-equipped cooking school. Laura ...
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A Taste of the Masters

Is Dad a golfer? Maybe one who dreams of the Masters Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club? He may ...
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Zabar’s Baked Goods, Now Downtown

You’ll see “Owned by Eli Zabar & Sons” painted on the window of Broome Street Bakery, which Eli Zabar has ...
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Brooklyn Brings the Bitter

About a year ago, St. Agrestis, a spirits company based in Brooklyn, introduced a bottled Negroni cocktail. The bitter ruby-colored ...
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Emma’s Torch Adds a Backyard Garden

Emma’s Torch, the nonprofit Brooklyn restaurant established by Kerry Brodie to train refugees in professional kitchen and management skills, is ...
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Nutrition for One? Scientists Stalk the Dream of a Personalized Diet

A decade ago, spurred by the success of the Human Genome Project and the affordability of genetic sequencing, scientists began ...
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The Four Seasons Is Closing, Less Than a Year After Reopening

Less than a year after the Four Seasons Restaurant opened in its new location on East 49th Street in Manhattan, ...
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A Piece of Myanmar in Queens

Once, Asian Bowl in Forest Hills was a Chinese takeout shop; now it specializes in Burmese food, including gin thoke, ...
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Anthony Bourdain, in Your Words

Anthony Bourdain’s death on June 8, 2018, prompted an outpouring of comments from readers of his obituary in The New ...
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Maida Heatter, Cookbook Writer and the ‘Queen of Cake,’ Dies at 102

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Burmese, Unassuming but So Inviting, at Asian Bowl

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One-Pot Wonders

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Wild Salmon Season Is Here

Fish, like everything else we eat, is seasonal. I generally don’t eat tomatoes or peppers out of season. Similarly, I ...
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Soave Classico Makes a Second Impression

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Rosés Beyond Provence: In Search of Different Expressions

June is here, and in wine shops and on restaurant wine lists that can only mean one thing: The rosés ...
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Anthony Mangieri Will Take His Prized Pizza to New Jersey

Anthony Mangieri, one of New York City’s premier pizza makers, will return to his New Jersey roots, opening a branch ...
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A Perfumer’s Fragrant Flower Salad

The Los Angeles-based perfumer Ezra Woods grew up in the 1990s surrounded by food and flowers. The florist business his ...
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You Don’t Have to Turn on Your Oven for This Delicious Beet Dip

If love is a kind of deep knowledge, then it’s possible no one loves beets more than Irwin Goldman, a ...
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The Store Where Philip Roth Ate Chopped Herring

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Pastis Reopens After a Five-Year Hiatus

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Michelin Announces California Ratings, Leaving Los Angeles Off Its 3-Star List

Michelin announced its California restaurant ratings on Monday night, tied to the release of the French company’s first statewide guide, ...
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A Stand-Up Example of Sit-Down Pizza

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3 Benefits of Investing in an All In One Cooking Appliance

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Letter of Recommendation: Washing Dishes

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Intermittent Fasting Made My Life Easier, and Happier

At the urging of doctor friends and a few popular books, I embarked on a diet plan earlier this year ...
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Learning to Listen, in a Los Angeles Cafe Built for Vinyl

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Eat Pupusas by Hand, Salvadoran Style, in Queens

There isn’t a piece of cutlery on the table when you sit down at Ricas Pupusas & Mas, a seven-month-old ...
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The Chicken Isn’t Even the Best Part

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Deep in the Muslim Heart of Texas, a Farm Family Provides Halal Meat

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Uncommon Goat Cheeses From Vermont

Here are a couple of goat cheeses from Barn First Creamery, a small farm in Westfield, Vt., that have uncommon ...
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Beers Made for Summer Sipping

Don’t call them women’s beers, but Talea, the fledgling New York brewing company, is founded by women: two former home ...
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Come for the Cardamom Bun

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Leah Chase, Creole Chef Who Fed Presidents and Freedom Riders, Dies at 96

Leah Chase, the nation’s pre-eminent Creole chef, always knew what to feed her famous customers. The Rev. Martin Luther King ...
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