It’s Friday afternoon. And these are the best posts of the week:
We ranked Our 10 Best Food Shops.
Corona’s Abarrotera Central offers one-stop shopping for Halloween.
Scottish food importer Andrew Hamilton is making haggis for Highlands.
This week, g-u-t-b-o-m-b was spelled okonomiyaki at May Chan.
This week’s Top Chef explored the fine line between being helped and being dominated.
The Voice‘s choice of Roberta’s as the city’s Best Neopolitan Pizza fanned the flames of the Neopolitan pizza imbroglio.
The recent publication of three books about food in the city have made it a good month for New York food history.
Brussels sprouts: Are they really from Brussels?
Incredibly Cheap Eats savored dumplings and scallion pancakes at Prosperity Dumpling and XSG Dumpling House.
The Voice‘s Best of 2009 included plenty of food picks from Robert Sietsema and Sarah DiGregorio.
David Chang: A force for good or evil? Discuss.
Fork in the Road on the Road journeyed to Spain’s Rioja region.
Battle of the Dishes pitted S’mac’s and Macbar’s mac ‘n’ cheese against one another.
No. 7’s Tyler Kord gave us a preview of what to expect at his new sub shop in the Ace Hotel.
Our Man Sietsema visited Despana for an adventure in ridiculously high-priced ham.
Sonoma Chefs’s Jeff Mall and Josh Silvers shared their recipe for Pork Chops Two Ways.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 23, 2009