The Week in Food Blogs: Iconic NYC Dishes, Sexy Foods, Massive Vegetables

This week in food blogs ...

I can see your noodles.
I can see your noodles.

Eater rounded up the 10 most copied New York City dishes. And, yes, meatball sliders made the cut.

Grub Street mourned the official end of Coney Island mom-and-pop shops with the closing of Paul's Daughter.

Zagat Buzz shouted out the eight craziest-looking food trucks.

Food Republic gave us foods that should be aphrodisiacs, but aren't. Like spaghetti.

Midtown Lunch posted videos on the origins of Trini Paki and Eggstravaganza.

Serious Eats weighed in on the soaring cost of cocktails.

The Daily Meal delivered 10 chocolate factories to visit around the world.

The Feast got excited about the return of Madison Square Eats.

CHOW offered four lessons we can all learn from the first White House-brewed beer.

The Food Section gave us a glimpse at some pretty massive vegetables.

For more dining news, head to Fork in the Road, or follow us @ForkintheRoadVV.


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