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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 »

Move Over Soft Serve, There's a New Ice Cream in Town

Front Burner A new shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, serves traditional Middle Eastern ice cream, known for its elastic properties. Traditional ice cream in the Middle East and...  more »

A Surprising Way to Eat Vegetables: For Dessert

Struggling to cut down on added sugar and get more vegetables into your diet? Take a lesson from some of the best chefs in the country and try eating vegetables for dessert. Chefs...  more »

A Restaurant That Marries Seattle Ingredients to Southern Cuisine

Who would have guessed that the hottest new Southern restaurant in the country is in a quiet residential neighborhood in Seattle? Or that it would score a James Beard award...  more »

The New, Healthier Chocolate

It was after the birth of her second child that the personal chef Karolina Palmer got into eating clean. "I was growing more interested in adaptogenic herbs and superfoods to...  more »

Grant Achatz, Science-Minded Chef, Turns to Cloning

"Our Bloody Mary is very unique," our server said brightly. "It takes about 15, 20 minutes to make." "Is it served ... cold?" my friend asked, hope flickering weakly in her voice....  more »

11/03/2017

Good Libations

Tags: CocktailsSource: www.nytimes.com

Drinks at High-End Hotel Bars - Hold the Booze

"We're open all day and were seeing that our customers increasingly didn't want to drink alcohol midday, so I tried to give them some equally appealing alternatives," said Erik...  more »

11/01/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, CulinarySource: www.nytimes.com

Momofuku Ssam Bar Keeps Evolving Under a Singaporean Chef

In the very beginning, Ssam Bar sold three kinds of Korean burritos. Dana Bowen, writing for The Times's cheap-eats column, called them "enjoyable enough," then spent the rest of...  more »

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