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  1. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Latkes in New YorkFrom petite fritters topped with salmon roe to sunset-colored sweet-potato pancakes.
  2. Leftovers
    Christmas Stollen at the Lambs Club; Line Cook Wins Latke FestivalPlus: seasonal stollen at the Lambs Club, regional Mexican at Mercadito, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  3. Leftovers
    Lucky Strike Reopens in Soho; Back Forty Launches Weekend Happy HourPlus, Mile End gets all “surf and turf” with its latkes, New Amsterdam Market wants to “date” you, and more in today’s leftovers.
  4. Showdown Shows
    Saveur Debuts Online Cooking ShowIt’s a latke!
  5. Leftovers
    Jeepney’s New Menu; FreshDirect Delays Post-Sandy DeliveriesPlus, Alobar celebrates, Gordon Ramsay’s unlikely new partner, and more in today’s leftovers.
  6. Happy Hanukkah
    Make Matisyahu’s Latkes and Vegan Jelly DoughnutsTurns out the reggae artist has become quite a cook.
  7. Agenda
    Mile End Will Serve Hanukkah LatkesThe Brooklyn deli is celebrating the Festival of Lights,
  8. Home Cooking
    Latke Lesson“Ten latkes for $25? Are you high?”
  9. Menus
    Akasha Unites Vodka and Latkes for HanukkahAkasha celebrates Hanukkah with usual flair.
  10. Mediavore
    More Sex From Gael Greene; TKettle’s Veggie DumplingsGael Greene returns to her sexy-tables topic after an influx of reader mail: “Several romantics agreed with Francesco that ‘Jean Georges at lunch could not be more sexy.’” A reformed Madame Bovary concluded: “It was a lot of bang for the buck.” [Insatiable Critic] Even the Brits are buzzing over the prospect of Charlie Trotter opening a restaurant overlooking Madison Square Park. [Caterer Search, UK] Related: New York to Charlie Trotter: Bring It On! This hefty roundup of book recommendations for foodies includes such Grub-approved picks as the Food Snob’s Dictionary and My Last Supper (where you can see Wylie Dufesne lounging like Lady Godiva, but with cheese). [Zagat] Related: Meet the Original Food Snobs David Kamp Brings Aid to Would-Be Food Snobs Eating the Last Supper