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Lamb Meatballs With Foie Gras Sauce, Mint And Pecorino Recipe

Ultra-luxurious meatballs too good for spaghetti
Jul 15, 2014 1:00 pm
lamb meatballs with foie gras sauce
Photo: Andre Baranowski

New York City may be a renowned global food hub. But just north of the Tri-State Area lies the rich, verdant Hudson Valley — home to wonderful farms, cheese producers and craft distilleries (plus restaurants that use the local products to their full potential). A new cookbook, Hudson Valley Chef's Table, is a compilation of recipes from beloved restaurants from Westchester to Columbia counties. This ultra-rich lamb meatball comes from chef Mike Abruzese at Polpettina in Eastchester, NY.

Delectable Is Like Facebook And Instagram For Wine Drinkers. Sign Us Up!

Use your phone to get recs from your favorite somm
Jul 9, 2014 2:00 pm

The most up-to-date version of the wine-centric app can recognize upwards of 3 million labels more quickly and accurately than ever before. Keep track of what you drink, connect with wine experts and buy bottles online — all on your phone. “There are too many sources out there for learning about wine, but they aren’t user-friendly," says Delectable's Julia Weinberg. "Delectable was made to serve wine drinkers of all levels.” Find out more this way.

Burrata Garlic Bread With English Peas And Brown Butter Recipe

Hearty Tuscan fettunta starring creamy burrata
Jun 30, 2014 2:00 pm
fettunta with burrata
Photo: Andre Baranowski

New York City may be a renowned global food hub. But just north of the Tri-State Area lies the rich, verdant Hudson Valley — home to wonderful farms, cheese producers and craft distilleries (plus restaurants that use the local products to their full use). A new cookbook, Hudson Valley Chef's Table, is a compilation of recipes from beloved restaurants from Westchester to Columbia counties. You can count us in on this one, particularly when freshbutter and burrata is involved.

Warm Spanish Olives With Clementines And Toasted Marcona Almonds Recipe

Savory warm olives make an addictive appetizer
Jun 18, 2014 3:00 pm

Chef Ben Ford has a neat party trick: feeding everyone with a gigantic grill-centric outdoors feast. Dozens of people, typically with a whole animal. Chef Ford's formidable new cookbook, Taming the Feast, is the ultimate guide to hardcore al fresco entertaining. Need an easy, flavorful and light appetizer to keep the crowd in check while the whole pig roasts? This recipe is a must-know for olive fans.

Smoked Fish Dip With Spicy Pickled Peppers And Torn Crostini Recipe

An addictive crostini recipe for smoked fish fans
Jun 3, 2014 3:00 pm

Chef Ben Ford has a neat party trick: feeding everyone with a gigantic grill-centric outdoors feast. Dozens of people, typically with a whole animal. Chef Ford's formidable new cookbook, Taming the Feast, is the ultimate guide to hardcore al fresco entertaining — this is no garden party. Need an easy, flavorful and light appetizer to keep the crowd in check while the whole pig roasts? This smoked fish dip with spicy pickled peppers and torn crostini will do the trick.

Charred Padrón Peppers With Lemon And Sea Salt Recipe

Addictive blistered peppers with crunchy salt
Jun 2, 2014 3:30 pm

Chef Ben Ford's formidable new cookbook, Taming the Feast, is the ultimate guide to hardcore al fresco entertaining — this is no garden party. Need an easy, flavorful and light appetizer to keep the crowd in check while the whole pig roasts? These quick-charred padrón peppers will do the trick. 

Pea Butter And Bacon Toast Recipe

Brushing up on your seasonal toast artistry game
May 15, 2014 12:00 pm

Toast is like the hottest thing since…well, you get the point. Greg Vernick, the chef-owner of Vernick Food & Drink in Philadelphia agrees and serves seven of them topped with everything from fried green tomatoes and Maryland crab to beef tartare. But his all-time favorite is this rich, spring/summer favorite that plays around with peas and bacon (two things that most certainly go well together). The recipe, after the jump.

To Tip Or Not To Tip At Starbucks? That Is The Big Question.

New app makes it easy to tip baristas
Mar 13, 2014 8:30 am

Making payments by shaking a mobile device. Adding gratuities without taking out a wallet. It appears that the future has arrived, and Starbucks is leading the way. An update to the company's app will allow users to pay via their phones – namely, by shaking them – and include an option to tip baristas digitally. But, with the opportunity at their fingertips, will people do so?

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