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Pine-nut pie! Date-caramel bread!
It looks as good as it tastes.
Properly deploy a few key techniques and you can have a drunken blast with your family (instead of hearing about your uncle's knee surgery, yet again).
Gelato, pudding, waffles, and more. Because it's Christmastime.
Whether you have 10, 30, or 60 minutes to eat, you’ve got to eat to survive the season. Here are your best picks in each neighborhood.
There's more than just Chinese available.
Grab your own and hit one of these upcoming parties.
Percy Street constructs an impressive, eight-foot Christmas tree.
Espresso should be sipped after a meal and not its creamy counterpart.
Continuing on his recent foray into deli food, Micah Wexler adds chicken livers and brisket shawarma to his artistic arsenal of Middle Eastern dishes.
For Chanukah the restaurant will offer special prix fixe menus, and for Christmas, it's Chinese food and movies.
The acclaimed West Hollywood bar is holding its second annual tree-lighting ceremony, complete with ndancing elves and The Gay Men's Chorus.
A Housewives of Beverly Hills star is accosted at The Polo Lounge on Christmas Eve.
Top Chef Champ Kevin Sbraga Mingles Italian, African American and Latino Flavors Into His Christmas Feast
Sbraga encourages cooks to embrace multiculturalism and have fun with it.
Solomonov will riff on Chinese food using Israeli ingredients.
Before the pop-up shuts down, the restaurant will offer a take on the Italian Christmas Eve tradition.
Grub Street's guide to the best holiday meals, in New York — and beyond.
There's more than just Chinese food available this Christmas.