Pick up “Made Here” from Send Chinatown Love, watch a documentary on a remote Nordic restaurant and more food news.You know what they say about too many cooks? It did not happen with “Made Here: Recipes and Reflections From New York City’s Asian Communities,” ... More »
A Hanukkah staple for the Aleppan Jewish community, cheese sambousek is a point of pride.For the members of Brooklyn’s Aleppan Jewish community, the tinier the meat- or cheese-filled pastry, the better the cook.At Hanukkah, which this year begins on the evenin... More »
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You’ll find the crumbly, melt-in-your-mouth texture and buttery flavor of Scottish shortbread biscuits unmatched, which is why they have been popular for centuries. There’s no reason for anything this delectable to e... More »
The flavor of wasabi is unmistakable—savory, bright and pungent, with a kick of heat. While it’s most commonly used as an accent to sushi, in this era of spicy cocktails, bartenders are looking to the root to add a warming dimension to everything from cachaça ... More »
Every year, Eater publishes Where to Eat, a guide to the most exciting places to dine all over the world, including some of the greatest food towns right here in the U.S. We’re busy lining up our hit list for 2024, but we’re leaving one spot open. That’s where... More »
Caramelized cabbage and walnut pasta, vegetarian skillet chili and honey-glazed chicken with shallots for those precious, quiet December evenings.Julia Gartland for The New York TimesI was sure I had plenty of time to prepare for the holidays as I flipped to t... More »
What is a ball but an invitation to transcend? Hush puppies. Scotch eggs. Arancini. Name me a culture, and I’ll toss you a ball that can serve as its culinary avatar. Fried balls, as an institution, make practical sense, especially when it comes to hors d’oeuv... More »
“This year, we should do something different,” I said to my mother on the ride from the airport. I had just flown home to Houston to celebrate the holidays with my family after my first two years away at the University of Pennsylvania.
“What should be differe... More »
The first thing to know about chocolate Hanukkah gelt is that it’s not very good. The second thing to know is that it’s not supposed to be.
Gelt, like Hanukkah itself, is for children, small humans whose palates have yet to develop beyond an inborn preference ... More »
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What Is Orzo
Orzo is a type of pasta that is shaped like grains of rice. It is made from durum wheat flour and water and is usually cooked by boiling in water until it is tender. Orzo is often used in soups, salads, and other dishes to substitute rice or other... More »
Warm spices, sweet root vegetables, savory chicken — a perfect dinner.David Malosh for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Simon Andrews.Good morning. I can see the scene in my head: yellow leaves skittering down the sidewalk, gathering in piles at the base of s... More »