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Sliders

  1. Sweet News
    Tasty Baking Co. Passes on Matt Levin’s Kandy Kake SlidersThe former Adsum chef’s amazing creation isn’t included on Tasty Baking Co.’s recipe website.
  2. Menu Changes
    Tasty Baking Co. Wants to Supersize Adsum’s Kandy Kake SlidersThe financially troubled snack maker wants to upgrade Adsum’s sliders to full size hamburgers.
  3. Menu Changes
    Jordan Sauter’s ‘Slammers’ Are Kind of Like Sliders With BallsWith his “slammers” Jordan Sauter hopes to unseat the mighty slider.
  4. Menu Changes
    Little Owl’s Gravy Meatball Slider Comes Home to Roost at Village BelleThe Campanero boys bring theri grandmother’s recipe back home.
  5. Truckin'
    Chef Starts Smokin’ Willie’s on WheelsBBQ expert Bill Kelley starts a food truck named after his brand.
  6. Openings
    A Look Inside St. Anselm, Soon to Start Deep-frying Hot Dogs in WilliamsburgJoe Carroll’s haute snack bar takes much of its inspiration from his Jamie Oliver–unapproved childhood diet.
  7. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Top Chef’s Brian Hill Launches The Comfort TruckHaving cooked privately for Mary J. Blidge, a celebrity chef turns to food truck catering.
  8. Lunch
    What to Eat at Laurel Tavern’s New LunchNew cozy pub grub includes chorizo sliders and pork-fat fries.
  9. Recipes
    This Thanksgiving, Stuff Your Turkey with White Castle SlidersJill Barron of Mana Food Bar chops up fast-food burgers to serve to her family.
  10. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Hash: The Wagyu BurgerHash at Hotel Erwin slings one mean little burger.
  11. Slideshow
    Sliders and Floats at XIVMichael Mina rearranges XIV’s menu with burgers and floats.
  12. Foodievents
    Rush Street’s First Birthday PartyRush Street plans for its first birthday party
  13. Food TV
    Demo: Alex Guarnaschelli’s Messy SlidersButter’s chef makes her mom’s meatball sliders.
  14. Openings
    Singas’s SlidersA new mini-burger joint is coming to the East Village.
  15. Freebies
    Free Sliders SundayMorton’s Steakhouse knows how to celebrate an anniversary.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    The Return of NYC ICY; Chelsea’s Latest Wine BarMatsugen serves a wide range of Japanese treats, and not all best-sliders lists are equal, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Sam Mason Is Hiring in SohoChelsea: Taste from over 400 wines plus eats from Alfama and Tintol at Vini Portugal, tonight at Pier 60’s Lighthouse. [Slow Food USA] Columbus Circle: Bouchon Bakery to beef up its menu starting tomorrow with the addition of Waygu sliders. [A Hamburger Today] Park Slope: Whole Foods marks its toxic territory. [The Gowanus Lounge] Soho: Sam Mason is hiring [Eat for Victory/VV] Tribeca: Mai House will launch a late-night menu of dishes under $10 served after 10 p.m. starting April 25. [Myriad Restaurant Group] Tonight, Centrico is closed for a private party. [Grub Street]
  18. Trans-Fat Express
    Biscuit Battles ChipShop, Part Three: Are White Castles Better Fried or Smoked?At the conclusion of the first and second stages of the battle between Josh Cohen of Park Slope barbecue joint Biscuit and ChipShop’s fry guy Chris Sell, the latter had moved ahead: Both chefs disgusted judges Ben Schmerler and Gabrielle Langholtz more or less equally when they alternately smoked and fried sushi (“Sushi is owed an explanation and apology by both of these methods,” said Judge Gabrielle), and ChipShop figuratively battered Biscuit in the cod challenge. The question going into the final two rounds: Which method of cookery would prevail on rice pudding and (brace yourselves, cravers) White Castle sliders?