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Chef Einat Admony is out to prove that the hand-rolled variety is the only kind worth eating.
The great New Orleans sandwich is finally gaining ground in New York.
Freds at Barneys chef Mark Strausman estimates that he’s slung over a million of them.
The usual ladyfingers are swapped for lemon sponge cake soaked in espresso, aged rum, and Cynar.
It’s Korean fine dining through the culinary lens of a world-traveled, South Korean-born New York chef in a minimalist, modern setting.
There’s never been a better time to tuck into a tube steak.
The menu at Di An Di includes the Pho Thin Hanoi, a tribute to the signature soup served at Hanoi’s famous Pho Thin restaurant.
At German’s Soup, everything is based on the original recipes of founder Hubert “German” Urling, including the signature cow-heel soup.
The very best breakfast sandwiches are much more than the sum of their parts.
Each order requires nearly 15 minutes of vigorous, nonstop stirring, creating a curd so soft and silky it resembles polenta.
If the food at this Carroll Gardens spot has a theme, it’s things that sound generic and slightly random on paper but taste unexpectedly great.
Not since the 1990s has it been such a hot topic. Here’s how to tell your taglios and teglias from your tondas.
The family-run shop has been churning out its patented thin-crust pies since 1960.
At Dave Chang’s new à la carte annex to Momofuku Ko proper, it’s served by the piece and straight from the fridge.
Naples native Giuseppe Manco is a switch-hitting pizza pro.
The pizzeria and its legendary pieman Anthony Mangieri are back, this time with small plates, desserts, and two local hotshot chefs as partners.
In Saladish, Rosen treats the oft-maligned category not as a necessary nutritional evil but as a way of seeing (and eating) the world.
Cesare Casella’s Prosciutto Speciale is helping save heritage-breed pigs and the farmers who raise them.
Consider it an Iberian-accented take on New York Jewish appetizing.
Katsu sandwiches, guava tarts, trompe l’oeil mozzarella, and more.
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