Dish no. 3: Fish and chips from King Bee (424 East 9th Street, 646-755-8088)
When Eben Klemm and Ken Jackson began plotting opening a restaurant together a few years back, they originally planned to bring Cajun fare to New York City, but they quickly realized they'd have to retool: "We both felt that real Cajun cooking is hard to do in the north," says Klemm, a beverage cons ... More >>
Publishers love to send us cookbooks here at Fork in the Road, and often those books come straight from the chefs at some of New York's best restaurants. So we decided to share the love, and each week, we'll feature a new book, a recipe, and a few thoughts on cooking from the authors. Check back eve ... More >>
Colum McCann crosses oceans and rivers
The New York City Players mount Julia Jarcho's new play
A recent study suggests that consumers thinks foods labeled 'organic' are tastier, higher in fiber, and lower in fat and calories. [LA Times] Wendy's is hoping its natural sea salt fries will take a bite out of McDonald's market share. It reported that in a blind taste test, 56 percent respo ... More >>
Bunnies, adult women dressed as bunnies, and now--adorable, innocent, helpless, furry little seal pups?
At 75 cents apiece, these baccalao fritters make a great meal or bar snack. Codfish made the European Age of World Exploration possible. It fed the sailors who manned the globe-circumnavigating ships. It fed the enslaved Africans who worked the plantations established in the New World. It wa ... More >>
Hey, remember when climate change was a swell idea? Coconuts were in the offing.
They Come to New York Needing Second-Trimester Abortions. An Underground Network Keeps Them Safe.
Canadian Choreographer Furs, Fins, and Feathers His Nest
It's My Party and I'll Catfight If I Want Candy
How One New Yorker Came To Commit the 'Crime' of Poverty