The Power of the Mortar and Pestle

There are family members we never get to meet, those whose absences are filled by the memories of the people ...
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Instant Pot Recipes and Wisdom

When I first wrote about Instant Pots back in 2017, it was with the ardor of new love. I’d fallen ...
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What to Do With All Those Apples

I went apple picking last weekend, along with about a million other people in the New York metro area. Is ...
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Fried Chicken Recipes

Good morning. I’ve fried chicken in shallow pans and deep-sided, cast-iron chicken fryers, in a nasty bar-kitchen fryolator, in a ...
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Who Will Save Alice’s Tea Cup?

The vibe at Alice’s Tea Cup, the whimsical teahouse on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, was a busy mellow on a ...
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Embracing an Unloved Grape

He wondered what would happen if the grape were farmed differently, with the goal of achieving ripeness at a lower ...
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Cozy Fall Recipes

It was 90 degrees the other day in Los Angeles, but I desperately wanted it to feel like fall! Specifically, ...
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The Creator of ‘Salad for President’ Celebrates Her New Book

Julia Sherman is famous for salad. In 2017, after her blog of the same name had grown a healthy following, ...
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Easy Dessert Recipes That Don’t Require a Mixer

There’s no doubt that mixers — standing and hand-held — have made baking so much easier. But there’s an enticing ...
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Stir-Frying Without a Wok

Good morning. I loved this column Genevieve Ko wrote for the newspaper that we sent to the plant yesterday, printed ...
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Top 10 UK Vegan & Vegetarian Sweets And Chocolate

Have you recently become a vegan? Making such a decision doesn’t necessarily mean you should give up your favourite sweets ...
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Fried Oysters Are Delicious. They’re Even Better at Home.

I don’t have a first oyster memory. It has been crowded out by so many others, vivid and indelible, that ...
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The Best Olive Oil in the World? This Village Thinks So.

RAMEH, Israel — A pot of mujadara was packed and ready to go, a small jar of olives and some ...
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What’s Your Pleasure? How About a T-shirt?

This article is part of our Business Transformation special report, about how the pandemic has changed how the world does ...
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Beef and Climate Change: This Seattle Steakhouse Wants to Be Part of the Solution

SEATTLE — One of the first things you’ll notice about Bateau, a critically acclaimed steakhouse in a city typically associated ...
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In Sonoma County, ‘Regenerative Agriculture’ Is the Next Big Thing

To Lauren and Alex Benward, sixth-generation owners of the Beltane Ranch vineyard in Glen Ellen, Calif., the word “sustainability” does ...
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Desperate for Workers, Restaurants Turn to Robots

Bear Robotics, which makes the Servi robot, has seen demand skyrocket, said Juan Higueros, co-founder and chief operating officer. Aside ...
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What Does Horror Taste Like? ‘Carnage Asada’ and Bloody Cocktails

There are many ways restaurant décor can say welcome: fresh flowers, linen tablecloths, soft lighting.At Terror Tacos in St. Louis, ...
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Heath’s Shades of Winter

Heath Ceramics has history. The company was created in Sausalito, Calif., in 1948, by Edith Heath, a potter and artist, ...
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A Journey to the Farthest Reaches of the Food World

You cannot help but be drawn to “Gastro Obscura,” a compendium of culinary oddities. Organized geographically, it offers thumbnails of ...
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Acme Turns to Japan to Season Its Latest Smoked Salmon

Smoked salmon has a new edge. Acme Smoked Fish, in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, has introduced smoked salmon seasoned with shichimi togarashi, ...
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How Has Home Cooking Changed in the Pandemic?

In their series of discussions called the Next Big Bite, Les Dames d’Escoffier NY, a nonprofit educational and advocacy organization, ...
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Hudson Whiskey Releases Its Oldest Bourbon Blend

In the rolling farmland outside New Paltz, N.Y., is a former gristmill, now the Tuthilltown Spirits Distillery, where Hudson Whiskey ...
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Risotto for Beginners

Shelf-stable risotto kits, some even dressed with a whiff of truffle, are fairly common. A new one from Tasty Ribbon ...
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Restaurant Review: Mariscos El Submarino, for Aguachile, in Queens

Serious is not the word that springs immediately to mind when you arrive at Mariscos El Submarino, a seafood restaurant ...
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Food That’s Worth Waiting For

Good morning. I made a quesadilla the other day: ham and Swiss cheese with some mango salsa I had in ...
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Glimpses in Los Angeles of an Oasis With Deep Immigrant Roots

Ten minutes from my home, next to a decommissioned landfill, a freeway and the largest port in the country, sits ...
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Pandemic Puts New York City Restaurants at Front of Homeless Crisis

The disputes became so severe that Ms. Serrano decided to move the restaurant to a larger space down the block, ...
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The Allure of Crispy Fried Chicken

LONDON — Fried chicken, crispy chicken, chicken schnitzel: Is there another dish so ubiquitous and yet, so particular? Everyone has ...
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How to Stir-Fry Without a Wok

My youngest child recently said to me, “I wish I was more Chinese.” We were eating mooncakes, trying to catch ...
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900 Pages of Drinking Wisdom, a Decade in the Making

David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum have been studying bars, booze and drinks for a combined 40 years. So they thought ...
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Salt It Like You Mean It

My kids’ babysitter asked me the other day how I make my chicken. The girls love it, she said — ...
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7 Reasons To Incorporate Fish Into Your Diet

Are you looking for an easy meal to make that’s both delicious and healthy? Fish is the answer! Not only ...
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Plant-Based Food Companies Face Critics: Environmental Advocates

Consumers and investors alike have gobbled up Beyond Meat’s burgers, sausage and chicken in recent years, thanks at least in ...
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Among Chardonnays, Chablis Is Not Better, Just Different

However, Fred would be incorrect in painting oak barrels as the villain here. It’s important to distinguish between older oak ...
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Roasted Squash Recipes: Rice Porridge, Lentil Salad Plus More

One of my favorite ways to dress a vegetable goes like this: Fry some mustard seeds and curry leaves, toss ...
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A New Wellness Brand That Harnesses the Power of the Garden

Even when the creative director Scott Formby was working around the clock for fashion and interior brands like Ralph Lauren ...
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Greek Reds Have Yet to Have Their Moment. Is Now the Time?

Not withstanding the many Greek diners around the country, Greek restaurants have not been remotely comparable in their integration into ...
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On a Corfu Olive Farm, a Much Longed-For Reunion of Friends

To the uninitiated, Christina Martini and Apostolos Porsanidis-Kavvadias’s 18th-century farmhouse, with its whitewashed facade and green shutters, might seem the ...
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Winning the Chowder Wars

Good morning. Manhattan clam chowder is among the most divisive of soups. There are those who love it for its ...
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F.D.A. Issues Voluntary Guidelines in Effort to Reduce Sodium Consumption

The Food and Drug Administration, citing an epidemic of diet-related illnesses, released new guidelines on Wednesday aimed at reducing the ...
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16 Slow Cooker Recipes

The humble slow cooker may never be the showstopping star of the culinary appliance show, but for many busy cooks, ...
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The Perfect Dinner for Two

I bought a stainless-steel kitchen prep table in 2016 because I once read that you could throw hot pots and ...
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Anne Saxelby, Who Championed Fine American Cheeses, Dies at 40

“We grew up in cheese together,” Mateo Kehler, who started Jasper Hill Farm with his brother, Andy, said by phone ...
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New York City Restaurant Openings and News

The Mary Lane The chefs Mike Price and Joey Campanaro, whose Blackfoot Hospitality owns Little Owl, Market Table and The ...
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Jimmy Neary, Whose Irish Pub Became a Power Brokers’ Hub, Dies at 91

James Joseph Neary was born in Tubbercurry on Sept. 14, 1930. His father, Patrick, was a police officer and a ...
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In Shanghai, Teahouses Offer Both Community and Solitude

IN SHANGHAI — CHINA’S most technologically advanced megacity — before the pandemic, De He feels subdued, far from its raucous ...
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Temple Bar Reopens in NoHo

Temple Bar, the clandestine bar on Lafayette Street that served up martinis, mood lighting and a downtown version of uptown ...
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Una dieta con menos sal ayuda así a la salud y la presión arterial

Cómo la industria de alimentos está haciendo frente a la salYa en 1979, un grupo consultivo encargado por la Administración ...
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Anne Saxelby’s Legacy as a Champion of American Cheese

Anne Saxelby, who championed American artisanal cheeses for more than 15 years, died on Saturday. She was 40 and had ...
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The Secrets of Pizza Perfection

Nobody can slice and dice a food topic, with vibrant photos along the way, like Nathan Myhrvold and his team ...
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Pick a Card, Any Card, for Dinner Inspiration

Here’s a cunning little gift that gives back. Maggie Tang, Alaina Chou and Amy Yang, students at the University of ...
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A Bonbon With Benefits

These chocolates are the treat of the two Jacques. To benefit the Jacques Pépin Foundation, the chocolatier Jacques Torres has ...
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A New Fuel for the Tailgate

Yes, it’s no longer summer grilling season. But how about tailgating or lighting the grill in the glow of early ...
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Gin With a Hint of Mangosteen

Gin knows no boundaries. From its beginnings centuries ago, it has become a worldwide spirit distinguished by the presence of ...
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A New Cookbook by Indigenous People, for Indigenous People

The chiltepin is a tiny, powerfully spicy chile that’s the genetic grandparent of nearly every chile varietal cultivated in the ...
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How Cutting Out a Little Salt Can Have Benefits for Health and Blood Pressure

The ongoing problem with salt is thoroughly discussed in an excellent book published last year, “Salt Wars, The Battle Over ...
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Chicken Recipe With Peppers and Tomato for Fall

The cool nights and crisp days of fall may have reached the Northeast, but that hasn’t lessened the flow of ...
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Kid-Friendly Weeknight Recipes

The other day, my younger daughter, who is not quite 2, was given a piece of homemade blueberry pie. She ...
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Hamburger Steak Plate: A Vintage Dish With Modern Appeal

She wasn’t your typical grandmother.Grandma Fern was an Auntie Mame, see-the-world type, the kind of grandmother who would take you ...
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How to Sell Good, Inexpensive Wines Without Pandering

In a sense, she is capitalizing on one of the oldest tricks of wine-lovers, shopping by importer. No wine consumer, ...
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Mushroom Recipes

It’s always a thrill to feast on cushiony wild morels and chanterelles, frilly hen of the woods, or black smudges ...
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Tourists Who Fought With Carmine’s Hostess Plead Not Guilty

“While the video shows the women talking to our managers and other employees, at no point did the women mention ...
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Vegetarian Soup and Stew Recipes for Fall

Maybe you’ve noticed the chill in the air, or that the leaves are starting to turn shades of orange and ...
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Tastes of Fall

Good morning. I’m jazzed for David Tanis’s new recipes for an autumnal dinner (above), which bring us a simple, exquisite ...
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Buffalo Trace Distillery’s George T. Stagg Faces Shortage

Among bourbon enthusiasts, the annual release of George T. Stagg, a barrel-proof, unfiltered bourbon produced by Buffalo Trace Distillery in ...
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Netflix’s ‘Squid Game’ Reinvigorates Dalgona Candy

But because of the popularity of “Squid Game,” the candy has made a comeback as a retro, nostalgic snack, Mr ...
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The Haunting Power of Miso-Maple Loaf Cake

Years later, he created a cheesecake and gave it that name, and then a large collection of pastries based on ...
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Workers at Kellogg Cereal Factories Go on Strike

Workers who make Kellogg cereals including Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops went on strike on Tuesday at factories ...
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Canadian Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving is on Monday, and now that many Canadians can finally gather with friends — depending on which territory or ...
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¿Qué hay en esa lata de galletas? El costurero de mamá y muchos recuerdos

El tuit cosechó fama en internet. Un par imágenes, una al lado de la otra: dos latas azules de Royal ...
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NYC Restaurant News: Nami Nori Branches Out With a Williamsburg Space

HeadlinerNami NoriTwo years ago, the chefs Taka Sakaeda and Jihan Lee, with their partner, the operations director Lisa Limb, established ...
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Restaurant Review: CheLi in the East Village

Have you walked down St. Marks Place lately, the block between Second and Third Avenues? Since the onset of outdoor ...
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From ‘The Sopranos’ to ‘Star Trek,’ Pop-Culture Cookbooks Fuel Fandoms

Chelsea Monroe-Cassel is currently developing a recipe for a dish whose traditional version she’ll never be able to taste, and ...
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Whimsical Pumpkins With a Twist

For fall, Simon Pearce, the Vermont company known for tableware and decorative accessories, has become pumpkin central. The company has ...
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The Banana as Muse

Homage to the banana plays out at a display at Fort Makers, a design studio and gallery run by artists ...
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José Andrés Expands His Mail Order Offerings

José Andrés, the Spanish chef and restaurateur known for feeding those in need through his organization, World Central Kitchen, is ...
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New Condiments to Add Kick to Dinner

Maya Kaimal, whose company produces myriad sauces, condiments and other ingredients for Indian cooking, has just introduced hot sauces. Not ...
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A Book for Your Johnny Appleseed

How apples grow and reproduce, and the history, evolution and symbolism of the fruit are discussed in a compelling introduction ...
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Hilliards Chocolates Enters the Pumpkin Spice Chat

With fall comes pumpkin spice. But before you say “Oh no!” consider the ever so subtle caramels from Hilliards Chocolates, ...
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California Sea Urchin Are Destroying Coastal Kelp Forests

ALBION, Calif. — A decade ago, when Gary Trumper used to dive for sea urchins, the docks here were packed ...
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Chef and Cookbook Author Bryant Terry Looks to Preserve Black Food Stories

Like many businesses, the publishing industry was profoundly impacted by the racial reckoning of 2020, when its overwhelming whiteness was ...
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Back in the Kitchen

Good morning. I was on the road for a few days, and not cooking at all. The food was fine ...
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten to Put His Stamp on the Tin Building

In his most ambitious project to date, the chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten will fill the Seaport District’s Tin Building ...
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Stanley Tucci’s Passion Was Acting. Now, It’s Food.

Recovering from the tumor seems to have affected some of those rituals. He cooked a risotto Milanese for his co-star, ...
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How to Drink Cider

Autumn is here and, despite the aggressive push for pumpkin spice, it’s unequivocally apple — and cider — season.At its ...
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I Can’t Stop Making This Dish

We have a new favorite recipe in the rotation at our house: Eric Kim’s version of gyeran bap, a dish ...
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A Squash Recipe Plus Menu Ideas That Welcome Fall

This dinner steps into autumn, savoring the season’s deeper flavors and a different seasonal color scheme. It leans into ocher ...
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War and Strife Have Come to Prosecco Country

VALDOBBIADENE, ITALY — Small pickup trucks carrying mounds of green grapes wound through Prosecco Road. Workers harvesting in the terraced ...
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Pickled Onions: Recipe and How to Use Them

One of my favorite tiny tasks in the kitchen is to quick pickle some onion or a few shallots. I ...
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For Wells Guthrie, Mendocino Offers a Second Winemaking Chance

When he wasn’t visiting the vineyards from which Copain was buying fruit, stretching from the Central Coast to the Anderson ...
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Pantry Perfection

Good morning. It’s a joy to cook this time of year, where I stay, as long as the fat heirloom ...
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A Perfect Pancake for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner

Madhur Jaffrey once made me a stack of warm besan cheela for breakfast — crisp-edged, soft-centered, chickpea-flour pancakes. Or was ...
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Can a Low-Carb Diet Help Your Heart Health?

Overweight people who ate fewer carbohydrates and increased their fat intake had significant improvements in their cardiovascular disease risk factors ...
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Restaurant Review: Eleven Madison Park’s Vegan Menu

The man with the hammer treats everything as a nail, the saying goes. Something like that seems to be afflicting ...
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Oliva, Featuring Tapas, Opens in West Harlem

HeadlinerOlivaThis bright, spacious Spanish restaurant featuring tapas is a new addition to West Harlem. It opens in the three-month-old Manhattanville ...
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What Does It Mean to Eat What You Fear?

EATING HAS ALWAYS carried risk. “This is an act that can be exquisitely pleasurable, but also frightening; an act that ...
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Vibrant Pottery Filled With Whimsy

From 1850 until the 1920s, highly decorative Majolica ceramics were nothing short of a craze. Makers were initially inspired by ...
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A Founding Editor of Saveur Shares What She Learned

When it comes to kitchen smarts, Dorothy Kalins, a founder and the former editor in chief of Saveur magazine, and ...
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Cheese Making at Jasper Hill Farm Gets a French Advantage

Mateo Kehler, the cheese maker who owns Jasper Hill Farm in northern Vermont with his brother, Andy, has just eliminated ...
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