Couple Swapping and a Recipe for Anti-Drama Pumpkin Soup

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

"Speaking of couple swapping," said my mother, which, as it happens, we were not, "did we tell you about Peter and Lydia?"

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Cabin Fever and a Recipe for Pork Ragu

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

Fall. Season of mists, mellow fruitfulness, and cabins in the woods. Afternoons sitting on the porch with a mug of hot apple cider watching leaves spiral in the crisp air.

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Camelot and a Recipe for Halloween Chocolate Brownies

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

Skyping with my gorgeous godson Arthur back in London to catch up on the news:

He was excited to have played in his first-ever rugby match -- the first-ever Enfield Under 11 Rugby match of the season, in fact, which resulted in a rain-soaked nil-all draw, with three children taking trips to the ER.

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An Urban Ghost Story and a Recipe for Bobbing for Apples Punch

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

This, courtesy of my friend Sara, who related it after dinner one night as the apple punch simmered on the hob and the fire (totally legal, btw) flickered in the grate.

"When I first moved to New York, I got a great deal through a friend of a friend of my mom's: a studio that used to be part of a bigger apartment on Park Avenue. It was cheap, but in return, I'd go next door and sit with the lady who owned the building. I'd bring her milk and juice sometimes. She had the first stages of dementia and she liked to have company.


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Dog Day Halloween and a Recipe for Easy Coq au Vin-like Chicken Stew

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

"Not winning is not an option," said Dan at brunch way back in the summer, as he opened the brainstorming session to determine Beta's outfit in the Halloween Dog Parade.

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A Recipe for Plums and the Spooky Spirit of Fall

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

Fully into fall and getting into the spirit of the season, our friends Jess and Mike took us on a road trip to Sleepy Hollow, where you can tour the graveyard at night and listen to spooky stories while drinking spiked cider out of sippy cups.

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The Ren Faire With an "e" and a Recipe for Rosemary Shortbread

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen. Check out more of her recipes in our archives.

Though I honestly can't imagine anything worse than standing around in a field dressed as a wench in the rain, for Jenn and Allan, the Ren Faire was a Sunday to savor.

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Fall Clichés and a Recipe for Penne with Chanterelles

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Jonathan Roberts
In this column, Katherine Knowles divulges recipes you can make in your tiny New York City kitchen.

Almost as soon as it starts, fall can quickly descend into cliché. We're living our lives, perfectly sensibly, when suddenly, almost involuntarily, Bam! We instagrammed a leaf, pulled the sleeves of an oversized cashmere sweater over our thumbs while cradling a pumpkin spiced beverage, and fell into Pinterest Oz.

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A Bloody Mary Recipe From the Pine Box

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You're about done with that resolution to drink less, right? If not, go check out our list of the 10 best mocktails in NYC. If you're ready to crash and burn, though -- perhaps just in time for the AFC and NFC championships this weekend -- consider kicking off your weekend morning with the best bloody mary in the city at Pine Box Rock Shop (12 Grattan Street, Brooklyn, 718-366-6311).

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The Windsor's Honey Sriracha Wings Win at Wingfest (RECIPE)

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Chef Kristine Mana-ay's chicken wings with honey sriracha sauce, the winner of this year's NYC Wingfest
Food and sports go hand in hand. But if you're a local football fan, this season has been exceptionally hard to watch. While the Jets hover around mediocrity, the Giants have yet to win a single game. Yet each and every week, fans descend upon the sports bars of this fine city to cheer on New York--even if it means having to buy rounds of beer for our rivals from Boston and Philadelphia. But at least you can take solace in a seasonal staple, especially if you head to The Windsor: wings.

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