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Rice

  1. Science
    Low-Calorie Rice Could Be the Food of the FutureResearchers have discovered a new, healthier way to cook it.
  2. The Dish
    The Trick Behind Santina’s Guanciale e Pepe Rice“The goal was to invert risotto,” says co-owner Mario Carbone.
  3. Sticky Situations
    Cheap Sushi May Be the California Drought’s Next VictimThere’s at least 25 percent less high-quality sticky rice this year.
  4. Object of Desire
    Carolina Gold Rice Gets a Fresh Start at Marco’sWhy the heirloom variety is increasingly becoming a hot commodity.
  5. Video Feed
    Take a Look at What $5 Gets You in Big Macs and Bananas Around the WorldHere’s where to live if you really, really like bananas.
  6. Menu Changes
    Zama Nixes the Rice For Its Latest Sushi ComboNew creations swap out the rice for vegetables and/or quinoa.
  7. Mediavore
    Camden Mulls Restaurant Curfews to Curb Late Night Crime; Restaurant-CouponPlus: Philly’s water is radioactive, but still safe to drink; and Denny’s and IHOP roll out healthier options, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Mediavore
    Use of Food Stamps in Philly Suburbs Grows; Global Rice Prices to FallPlus: Kissing can trigger food allergies; and China’s wheat crops are at risk, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Crop to Cup Opens in Gowanus; Rice Closes in Fort GreenePlus: Dorie Greenspan will open a CookieBar pop-up store, Polar Lounge offers mixology lessons, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  10. Foodievents
    Finally, Get Your Taste of Red Hook’s Red HoneyIt’ll be on sale at Brooklyn Kitchen.
  11. Openings
    Ñ Opens Dumbo Outpost With Free Tapas and SangriaPlus, the latest on Rice’s Murray Hill location.
  12. Truckin'
    Rice’s David Selig Not Taking Day-O Space, But Opening Beachside BreakfastA Rockaway Taco spinoff project.
  13. Mediavore
    Culinary School Enrollment Skyrockets; Bob’s Burgers Coming To FoxPeople are signing up for cooking school again and Fox will run a new cartoon about a burger joint.
  14. Mediavore
    Food Supplies and Pet Food Needed for Fire Evacuees; Mel’s Drive-In Rewards YelpRed Cross and Salvation Army need your pet food for Station fire victims, and Mel’s Drive-In is giving discounts to its Yelp critics.
  15. NewsFeed
    Parkside Boozing: Pier 1 Stays Open, Philanthropic Wine at McCarrenRice’s pop-up café near the Brooklyn Bridge will stay open another month.
  16. NewsFeed
    Rice’s Rig Runs on Recycled OilThe greenest van going is powered by dirty oil.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    You Yelling, Dramatic Speakers at the Slope’s CB 6 Meeting, You’re onGustavino’s reopens for private events, and CSA sign-ups, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  18. Mediavore
    Supersizing Wall Street; Sizzler Threatens MidtownRice shortages in Australia, Vongerichten considers Vancouver, and more in today’s food news.
  19. Neighborhood Watch
    Spotted Pig and Freemans Owners Getting Cozy in the West VillageAstoria: Sparrow bar at 24-01 29th Street has outdoor seating. [Joey in Astoria] And Fresh Start health-food store finally opens its back patio — only to jack it up with distastefully painted bricks. [Joey in Astoria] Dumbo: Paella’s the main event at Rice today from noon to 11 p.m. [Dumbo NYC] Red Hook: A new blog, Save Soccer Tacos, tries to get the little guys as involved in saving Red Hook Park’s vendors as the food-world celebrities who’ve recently united. [The Gowanus Lounge] Prospect Park: The park is one of the few in the city that actually encourage public barbecues, with seven designated areas and three permanent grills. [Gridskipper] West Village: Freemans owners to pair with the Spotted Pig’s Ken Friedman to redo the former West space — that, or to open a chain restaurant banking on little people serving drinks in pig costumes. [Eater]
  20. The New York Diet
    Actor Josh Hamilton Plays a Clam Digger, Doesn’t Eat Shellfish Josh Hamilton has appeared in everything from indie classics such as Noah Baumbach’s Kicking and Screaming to studio flicks such as The Bourne Supremacy to TV shows such as Sex and the City. In Diggers, out today, he plays a Long Island clam harvester. Ironically, Hamilton wasn’t eating any shellfish at the premiere party, since he’s a “don’t-ask-don’t-tell vegetarian”: “I’m sure I eat chicken stock sometimes,” he says, “because I just don’t bother to ask. I know that must sound wildly hedonistic.” As it turns out, Hamilton’s latest week of eating was rather indulgent — even as he was performing in Tom Stoppard’s Coast of Utopia, he somehow found time to hit more restaurants than most of us do in a month.
  21. Three Blocks
    Lower–Murray Hill LunchesNobody wants to walk more than three blocks for lunch during the workday. We comb the city’s micro-micro-neighborhoods in search of affordable spots for dining with co-workers, eating solo, or just getting takeout. Today: The area around the intersection of 27th Street and Third Avenue.