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Eat Sandwiches, Salads From NYC's Best Chefs, Support A Good Cause

Join the ongoing monthly program at Feel Food café
Oct 17, 2014 12:00 pm

It’s a no brainer. Who wouldn’t want to eat a light lunch cooked by one of the city’s most promising young chefs for a good cause? Feel Food, a health food café in New York City’s West Village, is launching a program in collaboration with Alice Waters’ Edible Schoolyard NYC initiative. Each month, the café will feature an exclusive dish – a salad or sandwich – created by a different chef from one of the city’s top restaurants. What's first?

What Is Hot Chicken, And Can Carla Hall Make It The Next Cronut In New York City?

A look at a storied Nashville dish and what's ahead
Oct 16, 2014 12:00 pm

In theory, hot chicken is simple to prepare. It is, however, a dish that is challenging to prepare well. Around 20 restaurants in Nashville specialize in serving renditions of hot chicken, each altering the ingredients ever-so-slightly to affect the various levels of heat that are offered. Despite hot chicken’s immense regional popularity, the dish has yet to receive much national exposure. Until now. We examine a few restaurants serving the dish outside of Music City.

Despite Closing WD~50, Wylie Dufresne Is Keeping Busy These Days

Pioneering NYC chef is writing his first cookbook
Oct 14, 2014 2:30 pm

Wylie Dufresne shocked the restaurant world when he revealed earlier this year that he would be closing his groundbreaking wd~50. Dufresne already runs the kitchen at the more accessible Alder, but will he revert back to a more formal tasting menu format and re-open elsewhere in the city? While that remains to be seen, the influential chef has managed to keep busy lately. Included are an instructional video and an upcoming cookbook. Details, right this way.

Pitmaster John Stage Rode His Harley Around America. Here's Where He Ate.

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que's meat man was out for 45 days
Oct 9, 2014 10:00 am

One man, one motorcycle and 90 well-planned meals over a 45-day stretch. Now that's certainly our kind of trip. New York City's Dinosaur Bar-B-Que pitmaster and Harley Davidson enthusiast John Stage recently embarked on a month-and-a-half road trip around the United States. His goal? Simple. Eat the absolute best food he could find along the way. Fresh off his ambitious excursion, Stage wrote in to us to talk about some of his most memorable stops.

Beyond Sushi: 10 Places To Eat Incredible Japanese Food In New York City

Soba, shumai and matzo ball ramen beckon
Oct 8, 2014 9:00 am

Think about Japanese food in New York City and chances are the first thing that pops in your head is sushi. The fact remains, however, that there’s a lot more to Japanese cuisine than raw fish on rice, and NYC is a prime example of just how diverse the food really is. From freshly made soba noodles to unique cuts of grilled beef to matzo ball ramen, there is a ton of quality Japanese food — both traditional and contemporary, authentic and authentically inauthentic — to be found in the Big Apple. Here are 10 of our favorite places for non-sushi Japanese food in New York City.

Is The Temaki The Future Of Healthy Fast Food?

Chris Jaeckle's temakeria opens in NYC tomorrow
Sep 30, 2014 2:00 pm

A veteran of formal NYC dining, Michelin-starred chef Chris Jaeckle is opening a fast-casual sushi spot in Chelsea. But why? We take a look at the details, examine this ongoing trend of "healthy fast food" and speculate on if it's here to stay.

Francis Mallmann Is On Mind Of A Chef, Cooking At Il Buco This Weekend

Argentinian chef is having a busy few days
Sep 19, 2014 10:00 am

Argentinian chef and grillmaster Francis Mallmann is renowned for his cooking with fire: over it, under it, in it and around it. The esteemed chef will certainly have his hands full this weekend, appearing on an episode of The Mind of a Chef and working in the kitchen at New York’s Italian institution il Buco as part of the restaurant’s 20-year anniversary celebrations. Here's how to tune in and get a taste of his food. Pig roast involved.

6 New York City Restaurants That Are Celebrating Big Anniversaries

Hitting the five or ten-year mark is no small feat
Sep 18, 2014 12:00 pm

Operating a restaurant is no easy task. Between space, equipment and personnel issues, it’s a straight uphill battle from day one. Stories of high-profile restaurant closings hit the newswire almost every month, with well-known and popular establishments regularly closing their doors for good. Simply put, it’s a big achievement when restaurants make it through a year or two – let alone five or ten – in New York City. And that’s exactly what these six city staples have managed to do.

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