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What's up in pizza this week? A look at the most expensive pies in the world, tattoos for free pizza, and a Tumblr account of pizza art!
Odessa's bar closed this summer but their diner is alive and kicking. Their eastern European food is by and large weak—bland pierogi, limp potato pancakes, unremarkable kielbasa—but their Blintzes ($7) are clear winners.
Being a vegetarian at the Thanksgiving table is not easy. Most of the time, you're limited to salads, sauteed vegetables, and cranberry sauce. But what about the entrees? Don't we all deserve mains to completely devour and regret about...Show More Summary
A great gravy can make (or break) the Thanksgiving meal—that concentrated, rich turkey flavor injects life into ho hum breast meat, adds the right savory touch to mashed potatoes, and is equally good smothered on biscuits. The best part...Show More Summary
In just three years, Smorgasburg has far outgrown its modest origins in the East River State Park. After planting roots in Dumbo, co-founders Eric Demby and Jonathan Butler secured a partnership with Whole Foods, launched Smorasburg in the South Street Seaport, expanded to Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Ask Bogdan Mocanu if he is using his bright red Stefano Ferrara oven to make Neapolitan-style pizzas, and he will quickly tell you that the type is strictly his own. The oven alone drew me inside Mocanu's newly opened Dolce Vita to grab a menu; potentially finding a different style of pie was a compelling reason for an in-depth look.
As you start plotting out your Hanukkah menus and thinking about what you're serving besides brisket and latkes, as you eye that latke-essential matzo meal in the corner of your pantry, I want you to consider making matzo balls as well. And while you're at it, get creative with them. Here are three ways to do so.
Tara Mataraza Desmond's cornbread dressing from her new cookbook, Choosing Sides, has been in her husband's family for a couple of generations. In it, she interweaves Southern-style all-cornmeal croutons with rich, savory breakfast sausage, sweet Rome apples, and a plethora of herbs and aromatics.
The turkey sandwich is one of the most ubiquitous menu items out there. At its worst, the sandwich is little more than a banal choice for those looking for the unoffensive. But some places like to twist the turkey sandwich, using better ingredients or techniques, to really highlight the best of what the bird can do.
The texture of Coco's shaved ice is brutally coarse—much more like an American snow cone—but it nails the proper flavor, which is more than you can say for plenty other Malaysian shaved ice in the city.
We know that many people will go out and buy their sufganiyah for Hanukkah, but there's nothing more special than a doughnut fresh from the fryer at home. To that end, we've got recipes for traditional jelly doughnuts, fall-spiced doughnuts, gluten-free options, and more.
Visiting The Bento Box may require all kinds of qualifications and explanations, but enjoying these noodles is, fortunately, a carefree experience.
At the Talking Transition tent in Duarte Park, New Yorkers are invited to attend and take part in panel discussions concerning the city's future under a new mayor. In Sunday's talk on food policy in the post-Bloomberg era, activists and scholars weighed the pros and cons of Bloomberg's food legacy and discussed the greater need for community gardens and food security policies.
Jon Stewart's epic anti-Chicago pizza rant on the Daily Show last week was the spark for an ensuing conflagration, a new excuse to reignite the age old Chicago vs. New York debate. This week, Marc Malnati, owner of famed Chicago institution Lou Malnati's Pizza, took a trip to New York and joined the fray.
Easy to make and easier to eat, this flattened rice snack is an Indian pantry staple. It's light and packed with flavor, making it a great, wholesome substitute for chips and dips.
This classic oven baked custardy dessert gets a super rich twist with the addition of crunchy pistachios, tart berries, and luxurious chocolate.
Earlier this month, we put out a call for your homemade turkey burgers, and the AHT community responded with submissions that range from quick and easy to totally inspired. Take a look!
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. And when life dumps random fleshy bits of animal protein on your cutting board, you make sausage. Doesn't it sound so appealing when you say it like that? How about if we say that we'reShow More Summary
Cookie Bar, in a new location, has gone all gluten-free; slimmed down its signature cookie offerings; and added cakes, breads, granola, and pies to the mix.
Thanksgiving isn't exactly the healthiest holiday of the year. But salads aren't just a way to balance those mountains of buttery mashed potatoes and slices of sugary pie; they're also a secret weapon. Amidst mains and sides that demand valuable oven or stovetop space and hours of preparation, salads are often quick, no-cook, and easy to make ahead. Show More Summary