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Russ And Daughters

  1. rip
    Good-bye to the Lox Sherpa of New York City“It always felt like Sherpa really saw you.”
  2. The New York Larder
    Classic and Contemporary Takes on 11 Favorites of the New York KitchenAll of them, we’d wager, would pass muster with the most discriminating grandma as well as a Smorgasburg-crazed 20-something.
  3. International Cooking
    Around the World in 25 Shops: Where to Buy International Food in New YorkWhether you’re searching for Romanian pork rinds or Filipino banana sauce.
  4. Openings
    First Look at Russ & Daughters Cafe, Opening TomorrowNot only big news in bagel-and-lox circles, but a huge event in the course of New York gastronomic history.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    Spencer Sweeney Heads Uptown for Caviar at La Grenouille and Burgers at Big“The Chinese bakeries were just starting to open, so I stopped in one of those and I had a steamed bun with Chinese sausage inside it and a small coffee with milk and one sugar.”
  6. Bookshelf
    New York Chef Seamus Mullen Comes to S.F. Next Week; Russ & Daughters’Mullen has a new book called ‘Hero Food’ that focuses on ingredients he says have helped him feel better living with rheumatoid arthritis.
  7. Lox Picker
    How the ‘Lox Sherpa’ of Russ & Daughters Kept His Cool During SandyFrom thin air to thin slices.
  8. Agenda
    Russ & Daughters Offers New-Catch Holland Herring in Sandwich FormIt’s modeled after a popular Dutch street food.
  9. LES
    LES Tips From Russ and Daughters’ OwnerTake his advice.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Oceana Adds Lobster-Roll Cart; New Catch Herring Season BeginsAnd more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  11. L.A. Diet
    Debi Mazar Cooks Like ‘Mama,’ Misses New York Bagels“I thought, I’ll have a glass of Chianti, fuck it, ‘cause I’m stuck at home taking care of the sick. I’m basically Nurse Ratched over here.”
  12. What to Eat
    U.N. Lifts Beluga Ban, But What Does That Mean for New York’s CaviarWill you once again be able to score wild Caspian Sea caviar?