Taymor will likely be looking for wild sea-beans and stinging nettles to serve.
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The bakery turns out sweet and savory pastries made by a former Loi chef, a baklava maven, and a spanakopita specialist.
Cheap Eats Q&A: Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite on Assembling the Ultimate Underground Gourmet List
The Underground Gourmet explains just what it takes to actually rank 101 restaurants.
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April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman have gone out of their way to state that their humble efforts are no more Mexican than a Doritos Locos taco.
Plus: how to distinguish your heritage breeds, nose-to-tail with April Bloomfield, and more from this week's 'New York.'
Plus: news from the week's crop of openings, and a sweet-savory chestnut dessert, all in the latest 'New York.'
It's scorching hot and juicy with a craggy, ultracrisp crust that crackles resoundingly when you bite into it — the croissant of fried chickens.
Also in the magazine this week: Mexican cabbage salad, and a budget French lunch.
'New York' food editors Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld answer readers' questions.
A line cook's family-meal creation moves into the dining room.
Also in this week's magazine: urban foraging and Kyotofu's cupcake recipe.
The Underground Gourmet finds a new favorite sandwich at the John Dory.
In the magazine this week: hot Alidoro sandwiches, cheap dumplings, Greenmarket cauliflower, and more.
It comes on your choice of Grandaisy Bakery bread, and mingles sliced smoked chicken with arugula, tomato, and, yes, mayonnaise Hellmann’s to be exact.
A major new pizzeria in the East Village, where to find delicious pretzels, and the scene at a Prospect Heights bar all in this week's magazine.