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It’s Time for French Fries

Is sourdough still trending, people all over the place nurturing starters, putting them to use in boules and baguettes, in pancakes and waffles? It sure seems that way, from the...  more »

A Quarantine Surprise: Americans Are Cooking More Seafood

In a rare bright spot for the fish trade, retail sales have set records, and consumers are trying species that even restaurants shy away from. [more...]RELATED: Finding Comfort in...  more »

From Pizza to Tortillas, a Midwestern Chef Defies Assumptions

Last summer, Ann Kim announced that she would open a restaurant inspired by a trip to Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico, where she had tasted handmade heirloom blue-corn tortillas that...  more »

Pork and Plums Are Ready to Mingle

I am a person who loves to compartmentalize. I like to keep TVs out of bars, buildings away from beaches and sweet flavors away from savory food. Im not opposed to a pinch of brown...  more »

Long Misunderstood, Appalachian Food Finds the Spotlight

Chefs like Sean Brock and Katie Button are embracing and expanding on the region's cooking, which is far more varied than most people realize. ASHEVILLE, N.C. - If you were...  more »

New Nitrogen Ice Cream Shop Opens

Molecular gastronomys contribution to summertime treats is instant ice cream, emerging, like magic, in a puff of smoke. Nitrogen gas, which liquefies at an extremely low...  more »

A New Frozen Dessert for Summer

Chika Tillman, who owns the Chikalicious dessert shop in the East Village with her husband, Don Tillman, has created a yogurt dessert being sold at Dominant Cultures, their new...  more »

Bringing New York Flavor to a Traditional Japanese Meal

Kaiseki is a traditional style of Japanese meal in which certain dishes are served in a fixed order. Creative chefs like Hiroki Odo find ways to work surprises into the ritual. At...  more »

Booze and Ice Cream in One Fell Scoop

Arlo SoHo is a trendy hotel in West SoHo. It has a spacious backyard that is set up like a glamping site. There are tents, picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, trees. There is also an...  more »

Is America Ready to Love Cottage Cheese Again?

Cottage cheese began life in America as an easy, economical way for colonial cooks to make use of milk left over after they skimmed off the cream. By the 1970s, its amicable...  more »

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