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    Food News From Across the Country

    The economic downturn has resulted in a decrease in milk consumption; now California's dairy operators may need their own sort of bailout. [Mercury News] Representatives from seven of the country's most expensive restaurants, from Masa to Alinea, s...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 13, 2009 @ 9:35 am
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    Best Markets -- El Quetzal

    A plastic case near the front of the store sells Mexican-leaning pastries, many topped with colorful ridges of crumbles. One was an oblong roll shaped like a braided empanada. Cut it open and out spills a sweetened condensed milk filling that looks l...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 13, 2009 @ 9:09 am
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    Obama's Kitchen Cabinet

    Cristeta Comerford. Laura Bush hired Comerford in 2005, and last Friday, Michelle Obama announced her family would be keeping her on. In a statement, the incoming first lady said "Cristeta Comerford brings such incredible talent to the White House op...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 12, 2009 @ 5:40 pm
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    Doubles Troubles

    I dutifully filed the info away, considering Bed-Stuy's A & A closed for further snacking, and went to seek my doubles (a pair of tiny pooris with chick pea curry in between, with a choice of sauces that include tamarind and fiery scotch bonnet, call...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 12, 2009 @ 3:34 pm
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    Frugal Fridays at Craft

    Snacks-$5 Marinated Chickpeas, Green Olives & Soppressata Smoked Beef Tartar & Spiced Flatbread Fried Mozzarella & Spicy Tomato Jam Crispy Anchovies, Bread and Butter Pickles & Malt Vinegar Aioli Salt Cod Fritters, Caper Berries & Piquillo Marmalade ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 12, 2009 @ 2:57 pm
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    The Holy Land: Bourekas, Pita and Tim Tams

    This afternoon, while waiting for my "moo goo gai panini"--a bad idea--to be ready from Marco Polo Caf (102 St. Mark's Place), I wandered into Holy Land Market. Amid the sacks of Israeli couscous and tins of tahini and pickled vegetables and rows of...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 12, 2009 @ 2:47 pm
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    Food News Roundup

    The number of New York City bars and clubs hit bucking the smoking ban was on the rise in 2008. Last year, 6.4% of inspected locales got hit with fines, on the rise from 3.5% in 2007. [NY Post] There's hope that Barack Obama could be the president t...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 12, 2009 @ 1:19 pm
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    Yelps for Co.

    Four Stars "It's pizza , but very tasty pizza." "The execution of a Margherita is the litmus test of a good pizzeria. Co. passed the test by executing on a perfect char on the crust, which was crispy at first bite, and then transitions into a perfe...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 12, 2009 @ 11:01 am
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    Gourmet to go?

    [Silicon Alley Insider via Eater] ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Hailey Eber on January 12, 2009 @ 10:34 am
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    George the Lobster Rides Again

    A 140-year-old, 20 pound lobster named George, who was the unofficial mascot at City Crab and Seafood (235 Park Avenue) for 12 years, got sprung from his tank this weekend and popped back into the Atlantic. After there was a request from...wait for i...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 12, 2009 @ 9:25 am
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    Just in Case You Were Wondering...

    By now, everyone knows that a "Turducken" is a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey. Or is it a turd inside a chicken inside a duck? After viewing this youtube, we're still not sure. But even better than the flesh flying everywhere in this video, i...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 12, 2009 @ 9:14 am
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    Chocolate Crack

    Right before Christmas it moved into a large and long-vacant West Village space at the corner of Bleecker and West 10th. Pure Dark was a store that vended only dark chocolate, often presented as a nugget or a bark. Stylish chocolate nibs figured in, ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 9, 2009 @ 9:49 pm
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    More Food Blogging Coming Monday

    Starting Monday, writer Hailey Eber will begin blogging for Fork in the Road as a regular contributor. You might remember Hailey for the guest blogging she did in December--she of the chocolate candy cane cookies and incisive coverage of Top Chef's s...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 9, 2009 @ 5:31 pm
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    Leftover Holiday Bread Pudding

    As I wrote on Tuesday, which was Three King's Day, otherwise known as the Epiphany, or the day that the three kings brought all those nice presents to baby Jesus, many cultures celebrate January 6th with a sweet bread that features a small baby Jesus...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 9, 2009 @ 3:16 pm
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    Making Homemade Vinegar

    Frankly, I'm feeling lazy about this vinegar-making adventure, and I didn't want to have to buy something, pay shipping and handling and wait for it to come. Then I read that Bragg apple cider vinegar can be used in place of the mother, because it's ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 9, 2009 @ 11:23 am
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    Adventures in a Crippled Kitchen

    I'd learned to boil hot water on my new hot plate by turning the throttle up to 5 and waiting 5 minutes and 34 seconds, and was soon happily drinking cups of Earl Grey tea and press-pot coffee as if I had a real stove. I didn't miss the gas at all. ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 9, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    A Modest Proposal--Restaurant Landmarking

    When I got home, I did a bit of research on the web and in my own collection of books about New York City. I turned up almost nada. Judging by the dcor, the current M & G exterior, and its curving interior linoleum counter, the place certainly origi...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 8, 2009 @ 3:18 pm
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    PETA Obsessed with Foie Gras

    PETA is beating the drums against foie gras again, this time offering a $10,000 prize to any chef who can come up with a vegetarian foie gras alternative. It seems like there are many more worthy targets (factory farms, anyone?) than foie gras, whic...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 8, 2009 @ 11:41 am
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    Beautiful Food

    Pictured above is one of the wildly colorful shoppers' snacks called chaats, engagingly explicated by Sarah DiGregorio. Looking like Jackson Pollock on acid instead of booze, this one is called chaat papri and features crunchy wheat crackers absorbin...

    @ Fork in the Road by Robert Sietsema on January 8, 2009 @ 8:38 am
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    Eat F-Cup Cookies, Watch Your Boobs Grow Like Chia Pets

    Want an F-cup? Eat these cookies. I am very aware that eating cookies will make you...curvier, but this Japanese product claims that the curves will all end up on your boobs. Not only that, but the company makes big breast gum and coffee, too. The ...

    @ Fork in the Road by Sarah DiGregorio on January 7, 2009 @ 4:57 pm
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