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Hungry? Head to this Korean-Japanese joint, where the food is fresh, affordable (read: $20 AYCE), and made with a humble heart.
At this family-friendly Korean-Japanese joint, the food is fresh, affordable, and made with a humble heart.
Summer cookout inspiration, from chefs and sommeliers around the country to your backyard grill.
Fire up your grills—cookout season is upon us. Chefs and sommeliers across the country reminisce about their favorite cookout memories and traditions, and serve up some inspiration for what to eat and drink at your next one. Robert Ramsey, chef instructor, Institute of Culinary Education, New York...
Don't have weekend plans? Now you do.
Big Apple BBQ
America’s top pitmasters are headed to New York City for the 16th Annual Big Apple Barbecue, one of the country’s biggest barbecue festivals. The two-day event, held in and around Madison Square Park, is free and open to all. More than 100,000 people are expected to attend. Join the party for sp...
“You have to talk to people, which I think is really one of the special and unique things about any farmers market, particularly in our very digital age. It’s really about the interactions, and the experience, and the community." —Brie Mazurek, communications director, CUESA
This year marks CUESA & The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market's 25th anniversary. Stop by for fresh, California-grown produce (Eatwell Farm), delicious eats from jicama kimchi (Volcano Kimchi) to traditional Arab man'oushe (Reem's), and a taste of the loyal, loving community that lies at the heart of the San Francisco market.
For 25 years, the Bay Area community has cultivated a mini-ecosystem where small food businesses flourish.
Happy Mother's Day! Here's to celebrating those strong, beautiful, and always loving guiding lights—today and everyday.
Mothers are our first teachers. They prop us up before we can walk the world ourselves, and do their best to guide us every step of the way. Some of the most cherished memories of moms are often from the kitchen: guiding clumsy hands at the stove, sneaking spoonfuls of brownie batter to lick, curing...
The gorgeous weather can only mean one thing: outdoor dining season is upon us. Pay Broadway Bites and Mad. Sq. Eats a visit before they're gone! #eaturban
Broadway Bites and Mad. Sq. Eats are back for the month of May.
“Southern culture is an experience that is truly a special thing to be a part of. When you get a chance to sit back and enjoy a mint julep with your friends, old and new, or with your family, you begin to realize how special the culture really is.”
—Matt Lofink, bartender at the James Beard Award-nominated CURE NOLA in New Orleans
To find—or make—a great mint julep, look no further than bourbon.
Up your snacking game with Bokksu.
(Last day to order next month's box is May 5th!)
Thoughts of Japanese snacks may evoke images of multicolored Pocky sticks and matcha-flavored Kit Kats lining Asian supermarket shelves. But what about a white chocolate-raspberry rye cookie, or a fluffy mango chiffon cake? Or airy puffs of shrimp-flavored or soybean powder-coated toasted mochi that...
The Romans are coming! Luckily for us, they're bringing their pizza, with a light and airy crust like you've never had before.
Mani in Pasta NYC Midtown
NEW YORK—Order a slice of pizza in Rome, and the worker behind the counter will break out the scissors. The city’s pizza of choice, pizza al taglio (“al taglio” meaning “by the cut”), is baked in large, rectangular pans, typically in electric ovens, then laid out on shop counters and sci...
Happy birthday, Shakespeare!
If you've ever wondered what the Bard ate when he wasn't writing, here's a taste: venison, swan pies, and meatballs in disguise.
And his plays weren't the only entertainment at dinner parties—Elizabethan chefs amused their guests with all sorts of culinary tricks.
Thanks for the delicious history lesson, Francine Segan!
Here’s an entertaining tip from the pages of a 16th-century English cookbook: Bake a hollow deep-dish pie, and slip in a handful of live birds. That way, when your guest of honor cuts into it, the birds will fly out into the room and surely delight your dinner guests. (If the birds are troublesome...
“What were they doing in ancient Greece, and why were they so healthy and living beyond 100?”
The answers that Maria Benardis found cured her of her life-threatening illness. Now, she has dedicated her life to reviving and sharing the wisdom of the ancient Greeks—starting in the kitchen.
Greekalicious - Food and Wisdom Philosophy
“Go back to ancient Greece.” The words came to Maria Benardis in answer to a prayer. Deeply ill, her body plagued with precancerous cysts and mind burdened with anger from childhood physical and emotional abuse, she turned to God for help when modern medicine failed her. “You’re just going t...
No question about it, food writer Joe DiStefano is the guy you want to show you around the borough of Queens.
Food writer Joe DiStefano received a couple of beatings in the process of researching his new book, “111 Places in Queens That You Must Not Miss.” But they were presumably good for him.
Parents: Raise your expectations, and your children will rise up to meet them.
Carolyn Federman recalls one of the first dishes she cooked as a child. It was meatloaf and mashed potatoes, and it was for her mom. “I remembered my dad was out of town, my siblings were gone. It was just the two of us,” she said. “I was so proud. I remember I made the …
Every so often there comes a cookbook that changes the way we cook and eat. Alana Chernila is making us love vegetables right now, and the best thing is, her recipes are simple and delicious.
Bonus: we learned good life lessons from vegetables.
This is the future of coffee and tea.
REBBL Teatulia Tea Sunniva Super Coffee KeVita Health-Ade Kombucha Eat Cultured Chameleon Cold-Brew Sail Away Coffee Co. RISE Brewing Co.
NEW YORK—Ancient herbs, bubbly brews, and frothy tops took the stage at the 13th annual Coffee & Tea Festival NYC, where coffee-makers and tea connoisseurs from around the world convened to pour their best blends and brews on March 10 and 11. Coffee and tea have evolved far beyond your simple morn...
The answer is, of course, chocolate—but not all chocolate is created the same.
For Valentine's Day, between flowers and chocolate, the choice is clear to master chocolatier Christophe Toury. "I don’t eat flowers," he says.
A few suggestions for great grower Champagne, from somm Doreen Winkler of Urban Uncorked. Bonus: fizz with no headaches.
Strip Champagne down to its basics: Take out the glitzy marketing, the additives, and the pesticides, and make the farmer the producer—that’s grower Champagne.
This is one mighty fancy bagel.
You better believe this $1,000 bagel, available at The Westin New York at Times Square, is not your run-of-the-mill, breakfast egg-and-cheese variety.
“I grew up on a farm where we have free range chickens, freshly grown vegetables and spices that fed the family, and it is a way of living that still follows me.” Laris said.
Singapore-based restauranteur, chef David Laris, is opening EDEN Local tomorrow at Cachet Boutique NYC Hotel.
The family’s secret herb and spice blend is rubbed into the pork leg, which is then slow steam-cooked for 12 hours.
You know about prosciutto, Italy's famed cured ham, made according to traditions passed down for centuries. There's also prosciutto cotto, or cooked ham.
Tomorrow, in New York City, Chefs for Human Rights is partnering with the Panzi Foundation for a dinner, with proceeds to benefit the foundation and Panzi Hospital, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The hospital supports survivors of sexual violence.
Chefs for Human Rights is partnering with the Panzi Foundation for a dinner, with proceeds to benefit the foundation and Panzi Hospital, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The hospital is known for its support of survivors of sexual violence.
The team tested out their family recipes, with culinary prodigy Lucas Sin at the helm of the kitchen.
Sin makes all the sauces in-house. There's "sweet bei," a take on "tianmian jiang"—a sweet-savory condiment, made by fermenting wheat flour, that is often served with Peking duck. Here, it's infused with sesame, an addictive garlic chili, and a savory soy that draws inspiration from "huangdou jiang," another type of fermented soybean paste, with extra umami from shiitake mushrooms and aromatics.
Junzi Kitchen, first established near Yale and now with a location near Columbia University, wants to bring Chinese food to the masses.
How to fill your belly in the next few days:
Upcoming delicious events include a talk about the history of ice cream parlors in America, Thai cooking classes, and Aperitivo Tuesdays at PHD Terrace.
Far from your usual instant coffee.
Who knew instant coffee could taste this complex? Sudden Coffee, whose coffee comes in little test tubes, up the game with their blends.
Because tennis and dessert are a great match together.
This year’s New York’s Citi Taste of Tennis, on the evening of Aug. 24, should be particularly sweet, with Instagram-worthy desserts from Cookie DO, Wowfulls, and I CE NY
British fare is oh-so-satisfying. Now you can make the classic Welsh rarebit at home—with the help of this recipe from Fortnum & Mason's new cookbook.
The recipe for this quintessential savoury, a traditional British end-of-dinner bite, comes from legendary British grocer Fortnum & Mason's first cookbook.
Discover the deliciousness of British cakes with this recipe from legendary British grocer Fortnum & Mason:
The recipe for this colorful sponge cake comes from legendary British grocer Fortnum & Mason's first cookbook.
Wanna make a go at making beer at home? The American Homebrewers Association just made it a whole easier for ya:
Recreate your favorite craft brews in your own backyard.
So much British charm in this cookbook! The 300 year-old British grocer, Fortnum & Mason—which has continually served the royal family—has finally unveiled its delicious recipes:
The first cookbook from legendary British grocer Fortnum & Mason documents 300 delicious years of history and tradition.
One of many reasons why we love New York City: its awesome pizza scene.
From crunchy crusts to addictive, flavor-bomb toppings, we break down the styles of the latest pizzerias in town:
In New York City, pizzaiolos continue to riff on styles old and new. We break down some of the new pizzerias that have opened in the past year.
Summertime party time 💃
Make sure you check our weekly listing of food and drink events in New York City when you make your party plans:
Upcoming delicious events include a California vs. New York wine tasting, a truffle barbecue festival, a summer party at Eataly, and more.
Did you know Nantucket was once the whaling capital of the world? There's so much to unveil in this charming, beautiful town.
In summer, the senses feed hungrily on Nantucket, and Nantucket gives generously.
Waffles + ice cream = ❤️
Wowfulls' take on a classic Hong Kong snack satisfies the sweet tooth in all of us:
At this Lower East Side ice cream shop, scoops are served with a twist—nestled into warm, golden-crisp egg waffle cones.
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