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    Opening Day

    Brother Jimmy's is the first Yankee Stadium vendor to reveal its opening day menu. Grub Street gets the exclusive on pulled pork sandwiches, beef brisket sandwiches, hush puppies and fried pickles... er, frickles.

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 26, 2009 @ 1:26 pm
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    Strange Snacks of the World: More Mexican Candy

    Maybe I'm craving sugar because of the recession, but I'll go with Mexican candy over Twizzlers and Kit Kats any day (try Pulparindo and see if you're not a convert). Mexican confections tend to be more inventive (like a mango-shaped and flavored lol...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on March 26, 2009 @ 12:58 pm
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    On The Chopping Block

    The main problem, we've decided, are those dreadful end-of-episode meetings around the table, where emotions are vented, accusations made, and tears shed. We like a chef-testant break down as much as the next guy, but these meetings feel contrived an...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 26, 2009 @ 12:12 pm
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    Ducasse Gets Waxed

    Daniel Ochoa Pascual of Llanten, a restaurant in Valladolid, Spain, has been invited to cook at Le Cirque on April 7. Wine director Paul Altuna will pair Spanish wines with Pascual's dishes for the occasion. The second annual Top Chef Tour starts Fr...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 26, 2009 @ 11:41 am
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    Canadian School Bans The Bottle

    Food safety advocacy groups are urging President Obama to appoint a senior food safety official within the FDA, and are pushing for a new agency devoted solely to food safety to eventually be created. [Reuters] A study conducted by Columbia...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 26, 2009 @ 9:50 am
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    Paco Bell: Rabbit Taco

    [via Eat Me Daily] ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on March 25, 2009 @ 7:22 pm
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    The Early Word--Casa Vieja

    This is a very Early Word on Casa Vieja, as the restaurant only opened last Friday. I've been twice, and I think the place has a lot of potential, and will only get better as they get their feet under them. The only issue is the prices. The awning ad...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on March 25, 2009 @ 4:49 pm
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    Pix from Rockmeisha

    This week, Counter Culture barges into Rockmeisha, a West Village itzakaya, or Japanese pub. The occasion of this invasion was a piece in rameniac.com (Hailey Eber also blogged about it) that claimed the place offered the fourth best ramen noodles i...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on March 25, 2009 @ 3:33 pm
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    Eat These Shorts

    Bloody and marbled is how you want your steak. So, why not your steak shorts? The Weird Clothing Company sells these Bermudas in authentic looking supermarket meat section packaging. A clever nod to the mass industrialization of meat or loud...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 25, 2009 @ 2:47 pm
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    How Do You Spell G-U-T-B-O-M-B in Spanish?

    Spotted in Valparaiso, Chile: chorrillana at local favorite greasy spoon J Cruz. This mess of fries, chunks of steak, onions and melting cheese is like Quebec poutine's fatter, sexier and sluttier cousin. Not for the prudish nor the faint of...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 25, 2009 @ 1:40 pm
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    Under Review

    This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema and Sarah DiGregorio bring you Izakaya Week. They check out Rockmeisha in the West Village and Qoo Robata Bar in Williamsburg, respectively, for satisfying Japanese pub grub. Bruni gives the new Bouley the sam...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 25, 2009 @ 1:23 pm
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    Making Msemmen

    3 cups flour (the recipe called for whole wheat but all we had lying around was all-purpose... we know, how colon-cloggingly uncouth of us!) 1 tsp salt 1/2 cup olive oil 1 tsp cumin (again, the recipe called for ground, but being the lazy cooks that ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 25, 2009 @ 11:39 am
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    It's Izakaya Week

    Our Man Sietsema is at Rockmeisha, where the ramen is terrific, and anything involving a pig's foot is a good bet; skip the bizarre slab of cream cheese. Meanwhile, I'm at Qoo Robata Bar in Williamsburg, where the encyclopedic menu offers good drin...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on March 25, 2009 @ 9:58 am
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    Ramsay's Other Kitchen Hell

    A Gordon Ramsay restaurant in London is under investigation by local food safety authorities after a patron pulled an inch-and-a-half-long piece of plastic out from a bite of lamb. The rub? The customer was a reality TV star from British Wif...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 25, 2009 @ 9:42 am
  • A Guide to NYC Bars with Great Takeout Food - Take a grub-pub crawl

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    A Guide to NYC Bars with Great Takeout Food - Take a grub-pub crawl

    Ah, the pleasures of bringing good takeout food to a friendly bar. Often, the most delicious grub comes from a truck, or a spartan joint with one linoleum table and a flickering fluorescent light. Although you can balance a plate on a parked car, or...

    by Sarah DiGregorio on October 6, 2009
  • Quinto Quarto Brings a Bit of Rome to the Village - The pleasures of pig jowl

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    Quinto Quarto Brings a Bit of Rome to the Village - The pleasures of pig jowl

    I haven't had such killer bucatini amatriciana ($11) since the last time I was in Rome. The pasta--like thick spaghetti, but bored up the middle to facilitate boiling--came gobbed with a tomato sauce whose richness derived from guanciale, the cured ...

    by Robert Sietsema on October 6, 2009
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    Pick Your Racism -- Chinese Takeout T-Shirt

    There was a gratifying outcry when Sarah DiGregorio outted the "drunken Negro face cookie" at Lafayette French Pastry, but how come nobody cares when Chinese-Americans are insulted? I've seen the above t-shirt at a half-dozen places around Greenwich ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on March 24, 2009 @ 6:27 pm
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    Incredibly Cheap Eats--Lechon

    The menu is encyclopedic and although there are some Dominican and American dishes, it's heaviest on the Puerto Rican classics. There are four different kinds of mofongo, and dozens of stews, such as goat, oxtail, bacalao, pork feet and tripe. But ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on March 24, 2009 @ 3:48 pm
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    Sausage Fest

    We've hardly ever met a brat we didn't like and this veal wurst was no different. Straight from the grill and served with a caramelized onion sauce and a side of rsti (crispy potato hash cake), it's the first main course on the dinner menu ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Chantal Martineau on March 24, 2009 @ 3:24 pm
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    Vegetarian Delights of NYC -- Sliced Pumpkin with Peppers

    Demonstrating the facility of Sichuan cooks with vegetables, and their amazing ability to treat them in ways Westerners would never have imagined, we have the modestly named "sliced pumpkin with peppers" at Bamboo Pavilion. The orange v...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on March 24, 2009 @ 1:21 pm
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