Food

Restaurant Review: Evelia’s Tamales, a Sidewalk Standby, Comes in From the Streets

By 7 a.m. on most weekdays, when Evelia’s Tamales in North Corona, Queens, is in the thick of the morning…

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J. Kenji López-Alt’s Summer Staple? Guacamole With Grilled Corn

My thoughts in quick succession after seeing the word “esquimole” on the menu at Hasta la Madre, a new Mexican…

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23 Easy Tomato Recipes for Summer

For those desperate to savor the last days of summer, the perfectly plump, impossibly juicy tomatoes at the market sure…

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14 Easy 15-Minute Dinners for When There Aren’t Enough Hours in the Day

“Brevity is the soul of wit,” wrote William Shakespeare, and the same could be said of a good recipe. Weekend…

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All You Need for This Crisp-Tender Skillet Cake Is Rice and a Little Time

Fermentation, to me, is like a dance with my environment, at times loose and improvisational, but always measured and contained.…

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A ‘Little Banchan Shop’ for Long Island City

During recent trips back to his native South Korea, Hooni Kim, the chef and owner of Danji and Hanjan (a…

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten Polishes Up the Tin Building

The prolific restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten has reached a new pinnacle with this dazzling food hall in the Tin Building. With…

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I Eat at Restaurants for a Living. That’s Not Why My Stomach Always Hurt.

I’ve never known what it means to have normal digestion. That’s especially hard when your profession centers on eating. As…

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Dented, Dated, Discontinued? At the Salvage Grocery, It’s Called a Deal

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — In a world where a jar of peanut butter costs a dollar more than it did last…

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24 Freezer-Friendly Recipes to Cook for New (and Tired) Parents

Nothing can prepare someone for the level of exhaustion and elation that accompanies the early days of parenthood. But helping…

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