Sausages, Now With Less Meat

After leaving Ovenly, the bakery she helped to found, Erin Patinkin teamed up with Cara Nicoletti, a butcher, and Ariel Hauptman, who was at Greyston Bakery, to create Seemore Meats & Veggies, a food company with a line of vegetable-forward sausages as its first product. These are not 100 percent plant-based meat substitutes; vegetables like…

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Mustards From the North

Brassica Mustard — a homegrown Calgary, Alberta, company that started as a way to give mustards to friends and family — began selling the condiment commercially in 2001. Now, for the first time, its excellent whole-grain mustards have become available in the United States. In addition to plain mustard, there are flavors that lend interesting…

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Arthur Avenue Jars a Red Sauce

Arthur Avenue, the Little Italy of the Bronx, has created a line of food products to help promote and sustain the venerable neighborhood, also called Belmont. Among the products the local business improvement district has introduced are pasta sauces made by Summer Garden Food, using simple, honest ingredients. Especially notable is the cherry tomato marinara.…

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Coronavirus Is Hiding in Plain Sight

Scientists tracking the spread of the coronavirus reported on Monday that, for every confirmed case, there are most likely another five to 10 people in the community with undetected infections. These often-milder cases are, on average, about half as infectious as confirmed ones, but are responsible for nearly 80 percent of new cases, according to…

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A Compendium of Everyday Objects

The subtitle for this compact guide to the history of household items calls them “everyday.” Though most of the 63 alphabetical entries — like napkins, forks and even picnic baskets — are common enough, there’s also a more arcane jib door, Louis XIV chair and flokati rug. Many items have evolved from ancient or Medieval…

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