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A thought-provoking piece in the Wall Street Journal yesterday by Sophia Hollander ("Economics, Sliced") bemoaned the decline of the neighborhood pizza slice, especially in Manhattan, and blamed it pretty squarely on the dollar slice joints, also fingering gourm ... More >>
From the Seaport to Staten Island, we'll be checking in with restaurants all over the city that were hit by Sandy and updating you on their struggles and recoveries. Email us to tell us more about your reopening or rebuilding efforts.
Puglia by the Sea sat right on the water in Staten Island, and a ... More >>
In theory, I should love wine bars -- I drink a lot of wine, and I often trade evenings in my dinky, NYC apartment for nights out. But I often cringe when I hear the term, since every restaurant proprietor takes poetic license to call their beverages a "wine list" and their establishment a "wine bar ... More >>
Burrata is Dish #38 in our countdown (serving suggestion shown)
Welcome to 100 Dishes to Eat Now, the tasty countdown leading up to our "Best of 2012" issue. Tune in every day (weekends, too!) for a new dish from the Fork in the Road team.
Edward Faicco from Sorrento, Italy -- just southwest of Na ... More >>
Welcome to Unscrewed, your weekly antidote to wine-related malaise.
Allow me to introduce myself with a list: 10 of my best tips for revitalizing your personal wine program or becoming a better drinker.
1. Be curious. There is no shame in learning, only in pretending to know what you don't.
2. Or ... More >>
Coppa's beef heart, bone marrow, lovage, and grated horseradish pizza -- and you can't get anything quite like it here.
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News on Eater that the celebrated Boston chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer had their he ... More >>
The muti-fish tutto crudo was a sort of crunchy raw fish salad.
Three years ago I published a long-winded account of a taping of Iron Chef America that I'd witnessed a year earlier. It featured chef Fortunato Nicotra of Lidia Bastianich's restaurant Felidia in a battle against Iron Chef Ma ... More >>
April Bloomfield of The Breslin is one of the new food saints at the Feast of San Gennaro, and this delicious pork tonnato sandwich is her benediction.
For over 100 years, the street scarf at New York City's Italian religious festivals remained the same: hot or sweet pork sausages, grilled ... More >>
The rustic loaves at Balthazar are cradled in a birch branch.
As Pablo Neruda says: "The best poet is the man who delivers our daily bread: the local baker." And indeed he was right. Little gives as much pleasure as a freshly baked loaf, and here are the 10 that please us most. Note that th ... More >>
Beltrami Foods will bring regional Italian cooking to Avenue B.
Included in the agenda for Community Board 3's SLA meeting tonight is Beltrami Foods, an Italian restaurant that's set to occupy the long-dormant storefront on 14-16 Avenue B, at the corner of 2nd Street.
To celebrate Elvis Presley's 75th birthday, Free Family Residences and Essential Enterprises (FREE), which cares for people with disabilities, brought some Elvis impersonators to Osso Bucco on University Place -- including one of FREE's own residents, Steven Malerba (described by the program's Gre ... More >>
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SLOW U: Cooking with Nonna, Cenone di Natale ($45)
Who cooks better than Italian Grandmas? Not too many people, according to Rossella Rago, host of the onli ... More >>
From Mia Dona's new menu: Fava puree with chicory "My mother doesn't really like the food in my restaurants," says Donatella Arpaia. "She didn't even like the food in my father's restaurants. She only likes her food," referring to the cuisine of Puglia, where her mother grew up. But now, with ... More >>