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    Video: Stephen Collucci Makes Almond BriocheThe Colicchio & Sons pastry chef shares his baking secrets.
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    Video: Make Yogurt-Crusted Lamb for Easter DinnerChef John Tsakinis of Aqualis Grill makes a traditional Greek dish for the holiday.
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    Dish Demo: Telepan’s Passover AmuseNot your bubbe’s gefilte fish, that’s for sure.
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    Video: How to Shuck an OysterChef Laurence Edelman of Mermaid Oyster Bar demonstrates two ways to open an oyster.
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    Video: Make a Japanese Hot PotLearn to make a traditional Japanese ‘nabe’ with sake-mash broth and chicken meatballs.
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    April Bloomfield Teaches All Things PorkCheck out a video of her in action at the New York Culinary Experience.
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    In Season: Broccoli and CheetosChef Craig Koketsu prepares the popular Park Avenue Autumn side dish.
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    Make PDT’s Bacon-Infused Old-fashioned at HomeVideo: Don Lee demonstrates PDT’s bacon-infused old-fashioned.
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    In Season Video: Trois Pommes Patisserie’s HamantaschenThe rhubarb-hamantaschen recipe in this week’s “In Season” recipe look so good in this video demonstration that we resent all the bad prune cookies in our past. So appealing are Emily Isaac’s version from Troie Pommes Patisserie in Park Slope that we might just start celebrating Purim again. Related: In Season: Hamantaschen [NYM]
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    Video: Chris Cosentino Cooks Head to TailThere aren’t many out-of-town chefs who can draw a crowd, but California’s Chris Cosentino is one of them. The offal king cooked a “Head-to-Tail” dinner at the Astor Center last night, and Grub Street brought a camera along. Beware of graphic footage of coxcombs, tendons, trotters, and other delights. Video: Cooking Head to Tail [NYM Video]
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    Post-Punk Band and Post-Punk Chef Team Up for Secret Dinner This Wednesday 300 lucky diner-rockers convened at the ethereal Grand Harmony Place for the latest installment of the New York by New York series — a bat-mitzvah-inspired six-course vegan dinner by Post Punk Kitchen host and cookbook author Isa Chandra Moskowitz, with postprandial entertainment by spaz-rock band Man Man. Didn’t sign up to get the secret location texted to your phone? Check out our behind-the-scenes footage of the madness — from mind-blowing contortionists to mouthwatering cupcakes.