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Best Food in Greenwich Village

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Finest Restaurant

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Who Said Meeting new Foodies was hard?

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Share Shopska Summertime Salad

Fresh from Bulgaria By Mary Ann Ebner A savory aroma met me at my front door and led the way to our kitchen as a spicy blend of sweet and sour promised the evening’s menu included no regular fare. But before any tasting, a cross-cultural lesson was in order. My personal chef-for-a-day, working away, wanted to adjust the temperature on an oven that looked completely foreign to her. She opened …Read More

Upgrade the Pickle Platter

Cook On: Pickle Relishing By Mary Ann Ebner Whether kosher, old fashioned, garlic dill or bread and butter, when a crunchy layer of pickles stacked across a slice of bread turns a basic sandwich into a spicy snack, cucumbers deserve a nod. The crisp green vegetable rules the pickling palate with distinction, but pickles come in a variety of flavors, textures and types well beyond cucumbers. Nearly everything in the …Read More

Storied Cooking

Ideas for putting a new meal together crop up around fine dining tables, farmers’ markets and food trucks. There’s no shortage of inspiration whether from a bunch of baby carrots waving their green tops to an endless stream of tempting digital food photos just a swipe away on the phone. Though traditional cookbooks may seem stodgy compared to a perfect post of pasta primavera on an Instagram feed, printed and …Read More

Big on Beans

With his standard limit of one daily cup, Charles Day would rather skip coffee than drink it stale. The Cold Spring resident has tasted his way to faultless flavor not simply by sipping through a procession of espressos or lattes but by perfecting beans before the first pour. Day started home-roasting coffee beans soon after he and his wife, Susan Wallach, relocated from his native England to Brooklyn. “Susan’s sister’s …Read More

Playing Favorites

Certain foods have a way of bringing back memories that haven’t been stirred for a while. It’s far more appetizing to relive a feast rather than a painful potluck (scorched gravy from summer camp, anyone?). Sometimes sentimentality works up a longing for that favorite food and these epicurean moments usually deserve the credit — or blame — for an appetite. When it comes to French onion soup, nostalgia takes over …Read More

Shredded Bliss

It’s tempting to slip on a pair of stretchy dark yoga pants this time of year though not necessarily for yoga. The holiday season afterglow that drifts into January makes the rest of the wardrobe feel a little snug. An extra pound (or five) shows up after indulging in everything from office party cookies to the New Year champagne brunch. While the extra weight represents an unwelcome reminder of dietary …Read More

Make migas for the holiday houseful

Local Scramble By Mary Ann Ebner When happy hens lay their eggs, there’s no better time for the rest of us to rise, shine and whisk up a dozen — the fresher the better. And forget shelf life when it comes to fresh eggs. The just-laid delicacies taste so flavorful that they simply don’t even have a chance to age. Twelve precious eggs may not top the list of typical …Read More