Would You Like a Tiny Fish With That?

Consider the anchovy. That’s what Nick Perkins, a chef and the owner of Hart’s in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, would like you to do should you visit his restaurant and desire a burger. The only item on the menu that does not change with the season or the day of the week, it is…

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Weeknight Dinner Around the World

Bangkok, Thailand Wasa Khuhaprema, center, prepares dinner for her family, including her parents, with help from her two young sons; the boys cook at least one night a week. This night, they ate an omelet with carrots, stir-fried minced pork and eggplant, and southern Thai sour curry with cauliflower. Family members are expected to clean…

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Medical News Today: Pulled calf muscle: Symptoms and what to do

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Korean Barbecue in an Elegant Space, at Hyun

Headliner Hyun On the edge of Koreatown, the entrepreneur Jae Kim is responding to his nostalgia for Korean food as he knew it in South Korea, with this elegant restaurant emphasizing barbecue. It’s small (seating only 40), sleek and minimalist, in neutral tones and black, with electric-grill tables for searing Wagyu on cast iron. To…

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When the Antiques Have to Go

The owners of the 2,000-square-foot loft in Chelsea loved antiques, and had furnished the apartment accordingly. There was a china cabinet topped with carved scrollwork and a grandfather clock standing sentry near the door. Persian rugs padded the floor. And it was all getting in the way of a sale. “It was filled very beautifully…

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‘I’ve Been Dishonored’: French Chef Sues Michelin Guide Over Lost Star

PARIS — A celebrity chef has declared that he is suing France’s most revered culinary arbiter, the Michelin Guide, after its reviewers stripped his restaurant of its third star. The dispute between the chef, Marc Veyrat, and the guide started in January, when La Maison des Bois, Mr. Veyrat’s restaurant in the Haute-Savoie area of…

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Dean & DeLuca Closes Its Midtown Store

After months of rumors, sinking morale and shrinking inventory, the Dean & DeLuca store in Midtown has closed. A sign in the window at 620 Eighth Avenue, on the ground floor of The New York Times building, made it official on Tuesday: “It is with deep regret that we announce the closing of this location.…

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What I Learned in a Year of Weeknight Cooking

In August, my husband and I rented a cottage in the woods near a beach for a week, a place where our toddler could barrel around and where we would cook most of our meals. The road up to the house was full of magic, as was the house itself, which dated to the 1700s.…

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Behind a Hidden Door, a Sleek Lair for Escaping New York

Last month I had dinner with a friend who lives a thousand miles away and doesn’t get to Manhattan as often as he once did. When I asked where he wanted to eat, he answered, a bit wistfully, “Somewhere that speaks of New York, a city I have lost touch with.” At first, I looked…

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Onions and garlic may protect against breast cancer

New research examines the consumption of onion and garlic among women in Puerto Rico and suggests that the vegetables can significantly reduce the risk of breast cancer. Eating more onions and garlic could keep breast cancer at bay. Onions and garlic are part of the allium genus, along with leeks, chives, and hundreds of other…

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