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Dirt Candy

  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Lower East Side RestaurantsFrom cutting-edge vegetarian to world-famous pastrami.
  2. Openings
    What to Eat at Dirt Candy 2.0There are carrot waffles, too.
  3. Grub Guides
    12 Fresh New Dishes That Make the Most of Summer TomatoesThe season is short. This is how you take advantage of it while you can.
  4. Relocations
    Dirt Candy 1.0 Will Close August 30 in Advance of RelocationThe new one will hopefully be open by November.
  5. Grub Guides
    Beyond Carrot Cake: 14 Surprisingly Great Vegetable Desserts in New YorkFennel-baked Alaska, parsnip ice cream, and eggplant tiramisu.
  6. Grub Guides
    14 Amazingly Delicious, Gloriously Unhealthy Vegetable DishesThey imply some semblance of nutritional value while comforting your body in this miserable weather.
  7. Opening Soon
    Confirmed: Momofuku Ko and Dirt Candy Will RelocateThey have CB3’s stamp of approval.
  8. Leftovers
    Amanda Cohen’s Plans for Dirt Candy 2.0; Jacques Torres Hosts Wine andPlus: a discussion about ‘The Photography of Modernist Cuisine,’ and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  9. Expansions
    Amanda Cohen Rumored to Be Eyeing New Restaurant SpaceLet it grow.
  10. Women Chefs
    Is the Idea of a ‘Best Female Chef’ Actually Insulting to Women?Is it that bad that we need to single out women chefs in a separate category?
  11. Quote of the Day
    Even Dirt Candy’s Amanda Cohen Has Her LimitsWTF, kale?
  12. Veg Out
    The ‘10 Best’ Vegetarian Restaurants in the City Include Kajitsu,Roll over, tempeh; tell the baby beets the news.
  13. Quote of the Day
    Amanda Cohen Knows What Pete Wells Looks LikeHowever, he sure got past her.
  14. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Pete Wells Eats His Veggies; Sutton Isn’t a BattersbyPlus: Tejal Rao hits Pig & Khao, Robert Sietsema finds a new Curry Hill standout, and lots more in our weekly roundup of the city’s critical eaters.
  15. Quote of the Day
    Dirt Candy Doesn’t Do HealthyVegetarian shmedgetarian.
  16. Two for Eight
    Pure Food & Wine, Blue Hill for 8:30 p.m.; ABC Kitchen, Dirt Candy Fully BookedIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: For Vegivores.
  17. Foodievents
    The Grind: Chefs Weigh In on the Demands of the Fall Event CircuitAs tasting events gain popularity, the city’s chefs are finding it more and more difficult to keep up.
  18. In Season
    Ramp Rage: Amanda Cohen Says ‘Ramps Are for Worship, Not for Dinner’“Are you crazy? Cook with the God of All Vegetables whose coming is greeted every spring with hosannas and hymns?”
  19. Trimmings
    What in the World Is This Thing Outside of Kenka Now?It’s the trippiest thing we’ve seen on St. Marks since the hallucinogenic pimp cup.
  20. Financial Woes
    The Trouble With Organic RestaurantsAmanda Cohen on the pitfalls of operating a vegan restaurant.
  21. Beef
    Why Don’t We Pay Attention to Women in the Kitchen?It’s sexism. There, we said it.
  22. Foodievents
    Foodies Storm the Armory for Village Voice Choice Eats732 deviled eggs served, a couple sucking face, and some restaurant intel.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Pig Feast at Ardesia; Free Wine Classes in Cobble HillPlus: The Beard House helps Haiti, and Holey Cream makes doughnut ice-cream sandwiches, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Winter at the Shake Shack; Champagne and Dogs at BarkPlus: Energy Kitchen expands but Mangia files for bankruptcy, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  25. Lists
    Hot Butchers, Badass Farmers, and Others Honored by Heeb 100 and Chow 13Food trends come alive in annual lists.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Melt Café Gives Away Gelato; Dokebi Does Korean TacosPlus: Free Red Pepper Velvet Cake in the East Village, and Magnolia Bakery’s pumpkin cheesecake, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  27. Mediavore
    A Fast-food Ban; the Calorie-Count Bake SalePlus: Jon Rosen, agent to the (culinary) stars, and off-site preparation at Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants, all in our morning news roundup.
  28. Beef
    Dirt Candy Owner Lashes Out at Times Dining SectionDirt Candy owner Amanda Cohen has castigated the ‘Times’ for its positive profile of her restaurant in “Dining Briefs” last week.
  29. In the Magazine
    Platt Finds Enthusiasm at Shang; Mussels Return to NY MenusPlus: a new “Choking Victim” poster, chefs talk about the obesity tax, and more in this week’s magazine.
  30. The Other Critics
    Daniel Stays Perfect; Richman Loathes L’ArtusiPlus: Steve Cuozzo forgets Center Cut and Sietsema can’t believe what he’s paying at the John Dory, all in our weekly review roundup.
  31. Food Politics
    Concoct Faux Foie Gras, Collect $10,000PETA is offering chefs a $10,000 prize for vegetarian foie gras.
  32. Mediavore
    Forge Forges On With New Name; Top Chef’s Leah Gets PromotedPlus: big-money hot dogs, and Staten Island Restaurant Month, all in our morning news roundup.
  33. Crime Scenes
    Was Dirt Candy’s Menu Box Vandalized by the ‘VegetarianAre vegetarians upset because chef Amanda Cohen called their restaurants horrible?
  34. Mediavore
    Finish Your Food or Pay the Price at Hayashi Ya; Joe Biden Drops Into thePlus: Garden Cafe is Zagat’s best in Brooklyn, and the story behind Dirt Candy’s name, all in our morning news roundup.
  35. Semantics
    Reader Questions That Whole ‘Dirt Candy’ ThingWhat’s wrong with this sentence: “When you eat a vegetable you’re eating nothing more than dirt that’s been transformed by plenty of sunshine and rain into something that’s full of flavor.”
  36. Openings
    Dirt Candy Brings Sweet Veggie Dishes to the East VillageChef Amanda Cohen’ s “candy from the earth” theme doesn’t sound so lame when you read the menu.
  37. NewsFeed
    What We Learned From the ‘Times’ Fall PreviewFranklin Becker’s new project, who will cook in the old Dani, and more restaurant news for a packed autumn.