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1 Slate's Future of Food special has a bunch of great stories including how sci-fi writers imagined agriculture in space, the sustainability of seaweed and bugs, and notes on...
Offered Without Comment
The New Amsterdam Market was filled with cheerful cheese vendors, nursing their hangovers with iced coffee (the 3rd Annual Cheesemonger Invitational took place last night in Long Island City)....
Francisco Goya1 Cookbook author and founder of Barbecue University, Steven Raichlen, has published his first novel, Island Apart. It has been described as "The Bridges of Madison County with better...
Frivolous Friday Videos
Years ago, Tama Matsuoka Wong found herself lugging garbage bags full of wild greens on the subway, en route to the Daniel kitchen. The chef de cuisine there, Eddy Leroux,...
1 This absolutely fascinating video of the charming Ed Beller, the sheet-metal man who produced one of the city's earliest stainless-steel hot dog carts in 1949, and revolutionized the...
For this week's review, I visited Landbrot in the West Village (the opening of a sister location in the Lower East Side had been delayed several times over the...
Burgers at Random
There's no shortage of hefty, rainbow-colored Italian pastries on Arthur Avenue. Morrone Pastry Shop and Cafe is just one of the spots you can find cannoli, giant cream-filled lobster...
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