3 days ago | African
Notoriously gamy and easy to mess up, goat benefits most from slow cooking and a heavy hand with the spices. So when I discovered that the meat in hilib ari, a Somali dish at Safari restaurant in Harlem (219 West 116th Street, 718-399-2384), had b...
8 days ago | Food Lists
A great fried chicken sandwich needs no diatribe. As long as the exterior’s crunchy, the meat juicy, and the condiments and bread balanced, the ingredients speak for themselves. And yet, the recent launches of chicken sandwiches from two food worl...
11 days ago | Snacks
Forget Greenmarket rarities — if you want to taste seasonality in action, eat a hot dog during summer. New Yorkers adore their frankfurters, whether plucked from vats of cloudy poaching water or graciously constructed with quality ingredients inst...
14 days ago | Food Lists
National Ice Cream Day is this Sunday, July 19, and although we prefer not to schedule our cravings around food holidays, ice cream is an exception — it always makes people happy, regardless of the season. But of course, summer is a scoop-sho...
16 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Kee Ling Tong started her eponymous SoHo chocolate shop Kee's Chocolates (80 Thompson Street, 212-334-3284) over a decade ago, and today the friendly and knowledgeable chocolatier sells her fastidiously crafted chocolates and macarons from a trio ...
17 days ago | Restaurant Review
Among the many forms of dumpling you'll find in this city, the pierogi — that doughy workhorse of the Eastern European diet — seems a cheeky, unlikely choice to receive a modern New American update. But thanks to chef John Poiarkoff of Willow in B...