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    Frozen Yogurt on a Frozen Evening

    Oh! City of wonders: There in the window of Pinkberry's late this Sunday evening sits a trio of friends, and they're wolfing down the frozen yogurt. Maybe they're like takers of homeopathic medicines, irritating their bowels with cold yogurt to gi...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 25, 2009 @ 11:38 pm
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    Winter Brooklyn Flea Gets Fed

    As you may or may not know, the Brooklyn Flea has relocated to an indoor space in Dumbo for the winter, calling itself the Winter Antiques Market. I haven't managed to check it out in Dumbo, but maybe I will now that I know that they're bringing some...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 23, 2009 @ 5:47 pm
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    "Drunken Negro Face" Cookie Post-Mortem

    But Lafayette Bakery--which has rather grandly called itself a "French Bakery" for nearly 75 years, even though the owners are Greek--was the center of a shit storm on the internet, when Gothamist, Fox 5 News, NBC, and Fork in the Road, among a dozen...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 23, 2009 @ 5:01 pm
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    International Booze Tastings

    The Union des Grand Crus de Bordeaux is in town to promote the 2006 vintage. During the day, they'll have a trade tasting, and in the evening a public tasting (that means you). More than 90 chteaux will be in attendance, and winemakers will pour win...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 23, 2009 @ 2:28 pm
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    Strange Snacks of the World--Patra

    It looks a little strange, especially when it jiggles out in the shape of the can. The ingredients list colocassia leaves first, then gram flour (chickpea flour), palm sugar, sugar, chile, salt, corn oil, ginger, coconut, coriander, turmeric, cumin, ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 23, 2009 @ 12:45 pm
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    Cleaning Oysters and Clams

    This week, in our final cooking tip from Buddakan (75 Ninth Avenue) Exec Chef Lon Symensma, we get advice on cleaning live oysters and clams. Symensma recommends placing the shelled creatures in cornmeal and water. They will eat the cornmeal and spi...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 23, 2009 @ 11:30 am
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    Adventures in a Crippled Kitchen

    Twice a week or so, a notice would be slipped under the door from the apartment building's managing agent, bragging that some progress in the no-gas situation was about to occur. It would say something like, "Be in your apartment from noon till 4 pm ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 23, 2009 @ 10:30 am
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    "Drunken Negro Face" Cookies at Lafayette Pastry

    The whole story, which I just don't have it in me to recount for you, is here, on Gothamist. Gothamist also has video of Fox's Arnold Diaz trying really, really hard to explain to Kefalinos exactly why the cookies maybe probably could possibly be con...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 23, 2009 @ 9:58 am
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    Talking With Jan Bartelsman

    Are you surprised about how much food photography has taken off in the blogsphere? Yeah, I've followed the whole thing [the rising popularity of food photography]. A lot has to do with digital photography coming up, so everything is a lot quicker and...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 23, 2009 @ 9:17 am
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    Are Frogs the Next Fish?

    A new study finds that one billion frogs are harvested from the wild for human consumption each year, raising fears about population decline and the possible extinction of some species. [BBC News] Whole Foods and Starbucks make Fortune's 2009 'Best...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 23, 2009 @ 8:22 am
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    January 22 Opening Report

    The weekend is almost here. Where, oh where will you be eating? Here's the good news about what's actually opening in this economy: Nolita Thai hangout Lovely Day (106 Elizabeth Street) is re-opening after recovering from some fire damage it suffere...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 22, 2009 @ 6:33 pm
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    Why Friday is the Best Day of the Week

    All from the pig, of course, but you can select short ribs, spare ribs, loin, and sometimes other swine-bearing treats. Only a couple of dollars for a couple of ribs--I don't remember how much exactly, because the receipt became so clotted with greas...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 22, 2009 @ 4:15 pm
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    Last Chance to Win!

    It's your final chance to enter our music+wine pairing contest and win a free Vinofile Membership at City Winery (a $50 value!) and a blind wine tasting. Email your pairing idea or ideas to nybites@gmail.com by noon tomorrow for a chance to win.

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 22, 2009 @ 3:29 pm
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    Market Watch -- Newfangled Matzohs

    What looks like a craggy rock found in the desert is the new matzoh offered at Blue Ribbon Bakery Market ($1.25). It's not kosher for passover, that's for sure, but it sure is good, dusted with herbs and way salty, so salty you wouldn't want t...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 22, 2009 @ 2:22 pm
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    Dining in New York City Tasting

    Last night, I hit the Dining in New York City book launch and tasting benefiting Citymeals-on-Wheels. The book, from photographer Jan Bartelsman, features a look inside and at the food of 40 of New York's top restaurants, from Annisa to wd-50. The e...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 22, 2009 @ 12:59 pm
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    Robb Walsh in the Oyster Bar with a Book

    The event is free and open to the public from 12-2:30 in the cocktail lounge, and 5-6:30 in the dining room. Order some oysters, slurp them down in the company of fellow oyster lovers, and go home with a good read. The book follows oyster history, lo...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 22, 2009 @ 11:48 am
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    An Undercover Fish Market in Brooklyn

    But on Chowhound the other day, I read the secret to getting into the fish stash. Go before 10:30am Monday through Friday, ring the bell and say you'd like to buy some fish. Simple. And because DeMartino's does a high turnover, supplying to many rest...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 22, 2009 @ 11:44 am
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    One Good Reason to go to Kurve

    Back in September, I wrote about the curious case of Rhong-Tiam and Kurve. Although they're owned by the same guy, the restaurants could not be more different. Kurve is an epic fail--opening and then closing and then opening again, a crazy menu of tr...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 22, 2009 @ 9:15 am
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    Top Chef: Forbidden Love and Uncooked Cod

    Not So Sweet Treat: Stefan Ohmygod Restaurant Wars!!! Still missing Gail and Ariane, we tried to summon enthusiasm for the classic Top Chef challenge that nearly assures televised failure and mayhem. Said failure and mayhem were totally cemented w...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 22, 2009 @ 9:09 am
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    Chicken Wings In Short Supply

    Holy Super Bowl! Holy cheap Happy Hour snack! With a growing national demand and a reduced supply, restaurants are paying more for chicken wings. [CNN] Want a healthy Valentine's option? The Journal reviews various edible fruit bouquets. [WSJ] Two...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 22, 2009 @ 8:59 am
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