As Inflation Jolts Grocery Prices, Shoppers Turn to Bargain Hunting

Susan Pollack, a property manager who was shopping one afternoon last week at a Costco in Marina del Rey, Calif., ...
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How to Grill the Perfect Steak

The quest to cook the perfect steak has been a challenge since slabs of meat were roasted over fire. But ...
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How to Reverse Sear Steak

Reverse-searing can be done on a charcoal or gas grill, but it’s easier to smoke with charcoal. The method requires ...
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Jack Cakebread, Pioneering Napa Valley Winemaker, Dies at 92

Jack Cakebread, who with his wife, Dolores, turned a 22-acre cattle ranch in Rutherford, Calif., into one of Napa Valley’s ...
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The Best Biscuit Breakfast Sandwich Gets a Sweet Addition From Jam

There’s a thin red line weaving through the egg sandwich at All Day Baby, a restaurant in the Silver Lake ...
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Sheet-Pan Roast Chicken With Rhubarb

Of all the edible heralds of spring, rhubarb may be the rosiest — and the most sour. After a cold, ...
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Eggs for Everyone

Back when I lived alone, before I was married, I ate eggs for dinner several nights a week — usually ...
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Gohar World Offers Handmade Tableware With a Sense of Humor

Before the pandemic, the chef and artist Laila Gohar would throw a dinner party at her Manhattan apartment at least ...
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Laila Gohar on How to Make an Edible Centerpiece

This month, she’s introducing her first major project under her own name. Gohar World is a line of home décor ...
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Cooking Concierge

In the ever-expanding multiverse, there is a version of me smashing away at a keyboard with her feet, doling out ...
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A California Vineyard Takes the Next Step in Regenerative Viticulture

PAICINES, Calif. — This is a story about livestock and vegetation, microorganisms and tilling, ecosystems and compost, water and climate ...
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In Barcelona, a New Hotel and Hub for Creative Types

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we share things we’re eating, ...
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In the Shadow of a Cornish Castle, a Vegetarian Feast for Beltane

In the summer of 2018, while on holiday in Cornwall, in the southwest of England, Frieda Gormley and Javvy M ...
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The Carbone Partners Plans Members-Only Club in New York’s Hudson Yards

Building on the success of their members-only ZZ’s Club in Miami, Jeff Zalaznick, Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi of Major ...
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Fry Up Some Crab Cakes

Good morning. It’s a great newspaper section we printed last night, rolled into blue bags and delivered to the vicinity ...
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On Strawberry Fanta and Other Treats Imbued With Divine Status

These are not marginal rituals. When, at weekly Mass, many of the world’s more than 1.3 billion Catholics, about a ...
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A Garden Is Planned for the Obama Presidential Center

The Obama Presidential Center, opening on the South Side of Chicago in 2025, has announced plans for a fruit and ...
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Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Acquitted of Sexual Misconduct

Only two witnesses testified during the trial, both for the prosecution. Ms. Tene, 32, who works in the software industry, ...
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Reader Questions: Graduation Dinners, Kid-Friendly Spots and Top-Tier Salads

It’s reader questions time again! This month I’m responding to emails that may at first seem specific to their senders, ...
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Ana Bar & Eatery, Offering Prepared Foods, Opens in Hudson Yards

HeadlinerAna Bar & EateryA crowd-pleasing self-service buffet of hot and cold dishes, with an emphasis on vegetable preparations to eat ...
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Restaurant Review: Rowdy Rooster in the East Village

People who believe that the ideal side dish with fried potatoes is more fried potatoes can order the vada pao, ...
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A Homey Restaurant Tucked Inside a Mexico City Apartment

The Mexico City Restaurant Serving a Taste of HomeIn an age obsessed with the elusive notion of authenticity, restaurants love ...
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Chef Mario Batali Goes on Trial in Boston for Sexual Misconduct

The woman who has accused the celebrity chef Mario Batali of groping her at a Boston bar in April 2017 ...
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24 Recipes That Make the Most of Eggs

It can be difficult to get Quentin Compson — my 10-year-old, wire-haired rescue dog — to rise from her bed ...
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With ‘Gullah Geechee Home Cooking,’ Emily Meggett Preserves a Legacy

Many highly skilled cooks in the region have been overlooked for years, said Hanna Raskin, a former restaurant critic for ...
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Explore the Corners of the Wine World With Raw Wine Club

“Raw wine” is an appropriate label for the category of natural, low-intervention, biodynamic and organic wines, that is wines not ...
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The History of Zabar’s, With Family Photos and Recipes

Inside “Zabar’s: A Family Story, with Recipes,” there’s a family tree for the deli dynasty from 1870 to the present ...
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Art and Mochi From the Los Angeles Nonprofit Active Cultures

Art in the form of meal kits is the latest from Active Cultures, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that brings art ...
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Candied Morels Are a Spring Treat

On a 2019 trip to Northern Greece, lunch at Kanela & Garyfallo Restaurant, in Zagori, ended with a memorable dessert ...
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The Hot Dog as Art, New York Style

Steve Marcus, an artist who lives and works on the Lower East Side, has been collecting New York hot dog ...
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A Fresh Spring Meal for Wild Salmon Season

The spring awakening is upon us. At the market, asparagus is showing up, along with leafy young turnips and the ...
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Let the Oven Work for You

I made Ali Slagle’s gnocchi with sweet and hot peppers for dinner this week, which is one of those easy, ...
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Seeking Spring Comfort? Try This Buttery, Vegetable-Topped Polenta.

Comfort food can take different forms. At its most heartfelt, it’s those childhood tastes that resonate emotionally: a pan of ...
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Is the Dirty Shirley the Drink of the Summer?

It’s easy to track the movement of a Dirty Shirley at a bar: Look for a tall glass of Sprite ...
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Strawberry-Lemon Everything

We usually focus on savory recipes here, but I’m a former pastry cook, and I love dessert. On a weeknight, ...
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10 Spanish White Wines to Try Now

Cota 45 Ube Miraflores 2020, 12 percent, $31I’m fascinated by the wines of Ramiro Ibañez of Cota 45, who is ...
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Inside the Met, a Capsule Collection Inspired by Islamic Art

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In Alaska, DoorDash and Uber Eats Deliver (by Plane) to the Tundra

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Robert Golike said he feels like the world’s most expensive food-delivery driver — but that’s probably because ...
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16 Mother’s Day Dinners So Easy a Kid Could Make Them

For years, she subsisted on grilled-cheese crusts, congealed oatmeal and browning apple slices the kids left behind, so it’s time ...
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How To Make The Perfect Coffee

Making coffee is easy. You just need to combine the ingredient and heat the water accordingly. Nevertheless, it is often ...
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Hot Dog Party!

Good morning. Some days when dark clouds are scudding in my head and I don’t much feel like cooking — ...
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The Dish Our Customers Will Never Let Us Take Off the Menu

Until recently, I haven’t really had an insight into this question, but listening to Christopher Kimball speak with J. Kenji ...
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New York’s Next Great Breakfast Destinations

We all have stories we tell ourselves — about ourselves — that aren’t necessarily true. For instance, I say I ...
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Wan Wan, Focusing on Regional Thai Fare, Opens in NoLIta

Headliner Wan WanErika Chou, who owns Wayla on the Lower East Side and Kimika in NoLIta, has added this Thai ...
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Restaurant Review: Lucia Pizza of Avenue X

Walk into any pizzeria in New York City, with a few well-known exceptions, and you can order with your eyes ...
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Frankies 457 Spuntino Plans a Nashville Outpost

Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli, the owners of Frankies 457 Spuntino in Brooklyn, plan to open a location in Nashville, ...
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What My Mother’s Cooking Taught Me

Whenever I slice and sauté onions, I think of my mother.No, she did not make me cry, but her meticulous ...
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The History of Japanese Green Tea in America

If you think the enjoyment of green tea is a relatively new pursuit in the United States, a Zoom talk ...
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At Anchor Oyster Bar, Cioppino This Good Can’t Be a Cliché

Dungeness crab season is shorter and more delicate than it used to be — this past year, the California Department ...
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Beach Dunes Eats & Arts Café in Queens Provides Affordable Food

A cafe and market has opened at Beach Green Dunes II, an affordable housing development in Edgemere, Queens, near Far ...
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Joe Campanale’s New Book Explores ‘Real Italian Wine’

The sommelier and restaurateur Joe Campanale’s new wine book, “Vino: The Essential Guide to Real Italian Wine,” is not for ...
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An International Art Fair, With a Side of Oysters

At the European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF), an international art fair held at the Park Avenue Armory this week, oysters ...
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This Plant-Based Chocolate Bar Will Remind You of the Sea

Tcho, a chocolate company based in Berkeley, Calif., has collaborated with the Monterey Bay Aquarium to create a new bar: ...
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In Hong Kong, Cheap Dining Options Are All the Rage

HONG KONG — The lines begin forming before lunchtime and wind on well into the night, with customers outside craning ...
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Vegetarian Cooking with Samin Nosrat: A Virtual Event

Do you find yourself drawn to spring produce as the days get longer? Are you trying to eat less meat ...
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Donald Wyse Is Growing a New Future for Farming

How did the Forever Green Initiative come about?Well, if you really think about it, that happened in 1974. The philosophy ...
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¿El azúcar y los carbohidratos causan dolor de cabeza?

Lo que pensamos sobre los alimentos que desencadenan las migrañas y otros tipos de dolores de cabeza puede estar equivocado, ...
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When the Best Part of Going Out Is the Late-Night Snack

This story is part of an occasional series exploring nightlife in New York.Neal Bakshi and Oliver Griffiths were sitting on ...
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Three White Burgundies to Drink Now

Back in the early 1980s, Mâcon-Villages was my gateway to white Burgundy, though I had no idea at the time.I ...
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These Strawberry Scones Don’t Need Jam to Shine, but It Doesn’t Hurt

Scones and strawberry jam is such a classic pairing that, naturally, it’s rife with debate.First, there’s the pronunciation of scone ...
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When a Restaurant Is a Work of Art

STOCKHOLM — “Can somebody dim the Dan Flavin?” It’s not a request one generally hears at a restaurant, but on ...
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This Crispy Fish Is Irresistible

There are some types of dishes you find the world over. They have different names on their passports and come ...
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A New York Bagel From an Unexpected Borough: Connecticut

A long line for bagels in New York City isn’t a remarkable sight. It is, though, when the bagels come ...
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The Owners of Grand Banks and Pilot Open Restaurant on Land

Alex and Miles Pincus refer to Holywater, their new bar below the sidewalks of TriBeCa, as their first “land bar” ...
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A Quick Guide to Grain Bowls

Like many cooks I know, I don’t always follow recipes for grain bowls at home. Instead, I tend to use ...
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At a Brooklyn Brownstone, an Easter Dinner That Bucked Tradition

It was not love at first sight when Fernando Aciar, a chef and artist, met Anna Polonsky, the founder and ...
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Placing a Bet on Nebbiolo in California

Mr. Harvey’s Italian venture is entirely different. It has its own name, Aeris, and aside from the grapes grown in ...
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T Magazine’s Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. This week, we’ve turned it into a ...
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How to Cook Scallops and Bacon — But Not Wrapped

Good morning. Bacon-wrapped scallops are, a trip to Boston reminded me recently, far better in theory than in practice. You ...
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All Enchiladas Are Perfect. But These Are My Favorite.

Enchiladas are warm hugs, enveloped in tortillas and blanketed in sauce. Whether topped with hills of Cotija cheese, or a ...
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18 Recipes You Should Learn by Heart

Everyone has one or two — or 20! — recipes that they know by heart. Perhaps, at first, you referred ...
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Eleven Madison Park to Offer Plant-Based Meal Kits

Last year the chef Daniel Humm converted Eleven Madison Park, his much-lauded palace of haute cuisine, into a palace of ...
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Kono Opens, and More Restaurant News

HeadlinerKonoOmakase, a type of Japanese meal that leaves the selection of dishes up to the chef, is most often associated ...
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Vietnamese Restaurants Reach for Fast-Food Success

HOUSTON — The Hughie’s on West 18th Street is one among scores of Vietnamese American restaurants around this city. But ...
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Hyper-Specific Mother’s Day Brunch Recommendations

Figuring out where to take the mom(s) in your life for brunch is no easy task. No two moms are ...
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Try Jibneh Seasoned With Mahleb From Kasbo’s Market

Benita Kasbo, an entrepreneur who left Aleppo, Syria, as a toddler and lives in Chatham, N.J., makes jibneh, a variety ...
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A Streamlined Spring Risotto With Chard and Pancetta

The day I found out that I didn’t have to stand over the risotto pot, stirring constantly with one hand ...
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Cultivating Coveted Morel Mushrooms Year-Round and Indoors

When new buds emerge on trees and the ground warms with the advent of spring, foragers fan out through woodlands, ...
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Gummy Bears, 100 Years On, Are Still Bouncing

Ashley Garza recalls her teenage years in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, when she ate commercial gummy bears in ...
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What to Send a Couple Who Miscarried

Expectant parents who have lost their baby through miscarriage or stillbirth often have no idea what to say to friends ...
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Is a Kitchen Island Essential? No, but You Know You Want One.

As the kitchen evolved from a work space hidden from guests to the place where everyone wants to congregate, the ...
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How to Put Out a Grease Fire

“Frying chicken is a common culprit,” says Bruce D. Bouch, a fire-program specialist at the U.S. Fire Administration. Cooking is ...
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A Childhood Favorite, a Tuna Salad Sandwich With Chips

Who introduced you to your first tuna and potato chip sandwich? A lunchroom friend? A parent? Or perhaps it was ...
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Rosé Season Is Around the Corner

Perhaps you’re dreaming of summer happy hours and you’ve already ordered a case of your favorite rosé. If not, Parcelle ...
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Learn About the Chef James Hemings at the Africa Center

A talk about James Hemings and clips from a 2021 documentary about him will be part of a program produced ...
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Savor This Kumquat Compote From La Boîte

On the heels of introducing its Tunisian-style preserved lemon condiment, La Boîte, the spice store in Hell’s Kitchen, has collaborated ...
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Now You Can Make Snow Cones With Your KitchenAid

In time for warmer weather and well-chilled cocktails, slushy desserts and refreshing snow cones, KitchenAid has added an ice shaver ...
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Everyday Italian Recipes From Serafina

In their new cookbook, Vittorio Assaf and Fabio Granato describe the unlikely creation of their still-expanding, New York-based Serafina restaurant ...
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A Cookies-and-Cream Pavlova That’s Full of Nostalgia

In 1905, the prima ballerina Anna Pavlova premiered a solo ballet created just for her, “The Dying Swan,” which she ...
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Foraging for Ramps With Allan Benton, the King of Country Ham

MADISONVILLE, Tenn. — Allan Benton started selling country hams here in the 1970s, figuring he could make a better living ...
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To Tip, or Not to Tip?

Some diners said that tips allow business owners to deflect the responsibility for paying a living wage. Gabriel Ramirez, who ...
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Eight Foods to Eat if You’ve Developed a Hiatal Hernia

When you develop a hiatal hernia, foods that you used to love can become painful to ingest. To help cut ...
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More Brew and Less Buzz, With Low-Alcohol Beers

As people get older and responsibilities stack up, they tend to consume less alcohol. “The 40-year-old liver is not the ...
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Weeknights Are for Lovers

I sort of love Valentine’s Day, which is coming up on Monday, and which I acknowledge is a little ridiculous ...
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Why It’s Better to Bake With Chocolate Chips

It took two months for Claudia Martínez, the executive pastry chef at Miller Union in Atlanta, to perfect her salted ...
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Refresh Your Sweet Potatoes With Fried Eggs

The only complaint my husband, Daniel, has about my cooking is that every time I make something he loves, I ...
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One-Pot Stew Recipe: Braised Short Ribs With Squash and Potato

If you need a little extra warmth this winter, let eintopf be your go-to.There are as many versions of eintopf, ...
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Inside Raffetto’s, New York’s Favorite Pasta Store

In this series for T, the author Reggie Nadelson revisits New York institutions that have defined cool for decades, from ...
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Opening a Restaurant in Miami? Invoking Cuban Communism Might Backfire.

MIAMI — A Manhattan restaurant planning an expansion to Miami has drawn the ire of some Cuban Americans after its ...
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Here Are Some Vegetarian Super Bowl Recipes

One of the things I miss most about my prepandemic eating habits is the casual intimacy of sharing food. I ...
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