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  1. cooking
    While the World Baked Sourdough, I Perfected My TahdigA home cook rediscovers the food of Iran during quarantine.
  2. ask a cool person
    The Best Drinking Glasses, According to Restaurant and Interior Design ExpertsTwelve interior designers and service-industry professionals weigh in on their favorite glasses for water, juice, iced tea, or something stronger.
  3. recommended by experts
    The Best Coffee Makers, According to Baristas and RoastersWe talked to 14 coffee snobs about the automatic coffee makers they use at home.
  4. the best. really.
    The Best French-Press Coffee Makers in Every Material for Every BudgetA taxonomy of French presses, from a ceramic coffee maker from Goop to a plastic French press for camping.
  5. this thing's incredible
    This Salad Spinner Collapses to the Size of Two FrisbeesIt’s just the thing I needed in my tiny apartment.
  6. this thing's incredible
    The Reusable Beeswax That’s Replaced My Saran WrapEach wrap lasts about a year.
  7. weird things we love
    What to Buy From New York’s All-Felt BodegaFelt Prunelax, felt Sunny D, felt Wonder Bread …
  8. the best. really.
    What’s the Best Silverware?Eleven designers on the best flatware they use for clients — and at home.
  9. The Owners of Mimi Cheng’s on Their Entertaining Go-TosFrom cork coasters to a tobacco candle to a smart oven.
  10. micro sales
    There Are a Lot of Alessi Home Products on Sale Right NowAnd Mother’s Day’ll be here before you know it.
  11. this thing's incredible
    This Handmade Pepper Mill Is Always a Dinner-Party HitIt’s neither restaurant-blah nor Sharper-Image futuristic.
  12. celebrity shopping
    The Owners of Four & Twenty Blackbirds on 13 Essential Baking ToolsThe exacting pie experts share their must-haves.
  13. this thing's incredible
    This Lump of Coal Replaced My BritaUsing the activated charcoal filter also means I don’t need to buy plastic filters ever again.
  14. this thing's incredible
    The Japanese Brewer That Makes Café-Style Coffee at My DeskIt looks like a little sculpture.
  15. Openings
    First Look at Sisters, a New Clinton Hill Spot Designed by hOmEIt opens on Friday.
  16. Luxury
    Annie Leibovitz Photographed Christina Tosi for a Real-Estate AdPlus the hOmE brothers.
  17. Celebrity Settings
    Stevie Wonder Celebrates Birthday At H.O.M.E.; Denzel Detoxes at M CafeElsewhere, Axl Rose partied with Kelsey Grammar and Vanessa Hudgens at Hakkasan in Vegas.
  18. Celebrity Settings
    Al Pacino Visits Madeo; Chelsea Handler Meets Hinoki and The BirdMeanwhile, Candy Spelling was suing the property that houses David Myers’ stylish new restaurant.
  19. Real Estate
    Castro Vacancy Watch: 2223 Market Snapped Up; Trigger in Play; Blue Still DarkThere are about a dozen properties up for grabs, prompting the neighborhood associations to panic a little.
  20. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Beets, Scallops, and CouscousPlus: sweet potatoes topped with buttermilk, and more, in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
  21. The Chain Gang
    Chipotle Snags Home Space at Church and Market, Will Open Next YearThere’s bound to be a bit of a kerfuffle over this one.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    Kozy Kar Bar As Weird As Ever, Home Shutters, The Barrel Room Opens Tonight, and
  23. Foodies With Benefits
    Wayfare, Marlowe, Chow to Participate in Fundraiser for Castro Arson VictimsThe event is at The Lookout, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m.
  24. Chef Shuffle
    New Chef Takes Helm at HomeTricia Tracey takes over where Ryan Pollnow left off.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    The Curious Case of SF Café, A New Magnolia Brewpub in Dogpatch, and MoreAlso, a new space opens up at 331 Cortland, and a new chef at Home.
  26. Personalities
    The Goth Restaurant GMThe manager of Home restaurant loves Marilyn Manson.
  27. Previews
    Home Team Taking Over Quince SpaceNew restaurant to be operated by married chef team formerly of Home.
  28. Models and Bottles
    Ultra, Home, and Guest House Close, But Owners Open New OnesA restaurant, HRH, and a club, La Pomme, will open during Fashion Week.
  29. Openings
    First Look at the Gates, Chelsea’s New ‘Super Luxury’ LoungeA lavish newcomer in the old Biltmore Room space will employ “ambassadors” and a reward system.
  30. Slideshow
    Jon B Shows Off His Ecofriendly Nightclub, GreenhouseThe man behind Home and Guest House spent a pretty penny to make his new venue green. So how did it turn out?
  31. The Other Critics
    Bruni Likes Vegan Food More Than He Thought; Benoit Still BadPlus: Critics revisit Freemans, Union Square Café, and Home, in our review roundup.
  32. Battle Scars
    Aches and PansIt ain’t easy being a chef, especially if you have to deal with Pasta Posture and Barista Arm.
  33. Mediavore
    A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?Where to eat tacos in the Hamptons, a new casual restaurant at the U.S. Open, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  34. NewsFeed
    Tenjune Doorman Aalex Julian Issues a Sincere ApologyHe’s sorry for all those things he said about his former employers.
  35. Ask a Waiter
    Plaza Doorman Fabrizio Brienza: ‘The Good Are In; the Bad Are Out’The model, actor, and star of ‘The Doorman’ says Danny A.’s uptown lounge is going to be the hottest spot in New York.
  36. Mediavore
    Does the Crowd Ruin Dinner?; Clubbing Goes GreenMarketing food to kids, hiring only female hostesses, rare cocktail books, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  37. Mediavore
    Imagining Cipriani Without Liquor; Gael Greene’s Double Date’Top Chef’ might be heading north, Gael Greene’s double date, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  38. Ask a Waiter
    Tenjune Doorman Aalex Julian Nixes Kevin Connolly’s EntourageThe club’s gatekeeper knows just who to expect when the club hosts after-parties for the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend.
  39. NewsFeed
    Nightlife Honcho Steve Lewis Becomes a Blogger, Says Mansion Will Save Clubland At one point, club operator turned designer Steve Lewis was the guy to get if you were opening a new venue. We’ve been wondering what happened to him ever since he worked on Amalia, but now he has resurfaced as — what else? — a blogger! We’re not going to lie: His interview with the owners of Mansion is silly shilly (“New York needs Mansion just as we need Alex Rodriguez, Johan Santana, and Lincoln Center”) and includes a lot of familiar bellyaching about the state of nightlife (promoters, bottle service, and bankers turned owners have hijacked the business; every club in the last six years has been a knockoff; there’s no personal service anymore), but we got a kick out of Miami-based Mansion partner Eric Milon’s dismissive survey of his competition.
  40. NewsFeed
    Former Cain Space: Yours for $1.5 Million (Plus Rent)Today “Page Six” informed us that Cain’s moving downtown to become more exclusive (we saw it coming in ‘06 when we broke news of the club’s Bahamas outpost). So how much will you have to shell out to take over the club’s current 5,000-square-foot space on 27th Street? According to broker Steven Kamali’s sell sheet, you’re looking at a rent of $16,974 per month. And, we should add, a $1.5 million up-front fee. We can already see Jon B, the Home and Guest House owner who tried to snatch up Spirit calling his banker and trying to convince him West 27th isn’t as dead as some might think. Related: The Short, Drunken Life of Club Row