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Get The Best Of Texas Barbecue…In Brooklyn

Texas Monthly dinner event countdown: one week
Mar 21, 2014 9:00 am

Texas Monthly's “50 Best Texas BBQ Joints” list is widely considered the BBQ bible and a definitive road map to the promised land. So, how to get in on the fun if your travel plans aren’t taking you to Texas anytime soon? If you'll be in New York City next week, you're in luck. Read on.

A Latin-Jewish Pop-Up Restaurant Is Coming To NYC This Weekend

Eric Greenspan, Roberto Treviño are behind project
Oct 15, 2013 4:00 pm

Two acclaimed chefs. Two seemingly different cuisines. One weekend pop-up in New York City. Yes, this is going to be a good one. The complete details, after the jump.

Long Island: The Final Houseman At Latham's Dinner Is This Week

Pop-up meal series ends Thursday with veggie theme
Aug 27, 2013 2:30 pm

Houseman at Latham's is a series of six thematic meals at a pop-up location in Orient, NY this summer. The final dinner of the season (BYOB!) is this Thursday, August 29, with a theme of vegetables. Read on.

NYC: Paper Magazine's Super (Duper) Food Market Is Back This Weekend

Three days of artisanal products from around U.S.
Jul 31, 2013 1:00 pm

Open to the public this Friday through Sunday in New York City, the Super(Duper) Market is back by popular demand for a second year. It will transform the space at 268 Mulberry Street into a showcase of artisanal food and drink products available for purchase from over 35 nationwide vendors. Read on for more information and this year's participants.

Worth The Trek: Micah Wexler's "To Live And Dine In LA" Pop-Up

An edible tour of the city's rich culinary history
May 8, 2013 3:02 pm

Since closing down his superb Mezze, Food Republic favorite Micah Wexler has set up shop inside Umamicatessen, that downtown LA depository of multiple restaurants under one roof. Wexler is playing with a large question: how do you cook an entire city? Every Thursday, he picks a different element of Los Angeles and cooks a menu to fit the theme. Read on.

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Save The Endangered Marshall Strawberry! Also Makes a Great Holiday Gift.

Indiana artist is on a mission to save the berry
Nov 28, 2012 6:01 pm

James Beard once said that the Marshall strawberry was the tastiest of them all. The berry — which was widely grown in Washington, Oregon and California — was regretfully almost rendered extinct because of a devastating virus in the 1960s. By 2007, the only remaining Marshall existed as a single clone at a USDA repository. Leah Gutheir, an artist from Bloomington, IN, is a fan of the Marshall — so much so that she took it into her own hands to revive it.

News Flash: The Fat Radish Pops Up In Paris

From the Lower East Side To Paris, With Love
Sep 30, 2012 12:01 pm

New York food culture is taking France by storm. The latest dish: The Fat Radish sets up shop in Paris. 

The Spot: Ruby's Chariots of Fire, London

Party like a gold medalist next weekend in London
Jul 27, 2012 2:01 pm

This week The Spot heads to London for the summer Olympics!

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