Food

Clam Dip, but a Little Hot and Spicy

Most of the time, canned clams are a fallback measure, something to reach for when you’re craving spaghetti alle vongole…

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The Many Sides of Curry Leaves

At my parents’ home in Kurunegala, Sri Lanka, as at many others across South Asia, curry leaf trees grow in…

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Doughnut Plant Introduces ‘Wonder Wheel’ Ice Cream Sandwiches

To accompany the warming weather, Mark Isreal, the owner of the Doughnut Plant, has introduced the Wonder Wheel: a cake…

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Cioppino This Good Can’t Be a Cliché

SAN FRANCISCO — When Roseann Grimm was growing up, there was always a pot of long-simmered red sauce on the…

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The History of Japanese Green Tea in America

If you think the enjoyment of green tea is a relatively new pursuit in the United States, a Zoom talk…

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Eleven Madison Park Gets Into the Meal Kit Game

Last year the chef Daniel Humm converted Eleven Madison Park, his much-lauded palace of haute cuisine, into a palace of…

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Sweet and Squishy as Ever, the Gummy Universe Keeps Expanding

Matthew Beverley, an electrical engineer in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, is known to keep a bag of Haribo gummy candy on…

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Try Jibneh Seasoned with Mahleb From Kasbo’s Market

Benita Kasbo, an entrepreneur who left Aleppo, Syria, as a toddler and lives in Chatham, N.J., makes jibneh, a variety…

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The Pavlova Begs for Improvisation

In 1905, the prima ballerina Anna Pavlova premiered a solo ballet created just for her, “The Dying Swan,” which she…

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Just in Time for Grilling Season

Heritage Foods now offers linguiça from the sausage maker the Mayor, in Richmond, Va. The signature Portuguese sausage harbors the…

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