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Chef Jet Tila Wants You to Cook These 101 Asian Dishes Before You Die
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Chef Jet Tila Wants You to Cook These 101 Asian Dishes Before You Die

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Before Jet Tila became a regular judge on the Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen, he was first a disciple of his grandmother. As a young child,...
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Brooklyn’s Industry City Food Hall Is Home to an All-Avocado Restaurant, Steampunk Coffee, and More
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Brooklyn’s Industry City Food Hall Is Home to an All-Avocado Restaurant, Steampunk Coffee, and More

By  •  1 week ago

Stroll through the mega-office and manufacturing complex Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and you will be awed by its sheer size. The 35-acre waterfront...
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Julie Taboulie’s Family Secrets
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Julie Taboulie’s Family Secrets

By  •  3 weeks ago

Grandmas and moms are quick—that’s a fact. Try catching up with them in the kitchen; good luck to you. When Julie Ann Sageer was rediscovering...
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Julie Taboulie’s Fatteh Hummus
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Julie Taboulie’s Fatteh Hummus

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Fatteh Hummus Introduction In Lebanon, this peasant-style layered chickpea dish is often eaten for breakfast, and is a favorite morning meal of my Uncle Dominick...
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Julie Taboulie’s Kibbeh Kbekib
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Julie Taboulie’s Kibbeh Kbekib

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Kibbeh Kbekib (Meat and Bulgur Spheres Stuffed With Lamb-Pine Nut Filling) Introduction In Lebanese cuisine, any dish that combines cracked bulgur wheat and ground lamb...
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Julie Taboulie’s Recipe for Sitto’s Batata Salata
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Julie Taboulie’s Recipe for Sitto’s Batata Salata

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Sitto’s Batata Salata (My Grandmother’s Lebanese Potato Salad) Introduction Lebanese people love potatoes—so much so that when my grandmother visited us many years ago, she...
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Fishing for the Right Seafood Choices
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Fishing for the Right Seafood Choices

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MONTAUK, N.Y.—The ocean blue stretches as far as the eye can see. Birds fly overhead, occasionally diving into the water, then re-emerging milliseconds later with...
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Sugar High: Top 10 Pastry Chefs in America Present Their Sweet Creations
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Sugar High: Top 10 Pastry Chefs in America Present Their Sweet Creations

By  •  2 months ago

NEW YORK—The presentation was dramatic. Fresh honey slowly dripped from a raw piece of honeycomb and was then dolloped onto plates as the finishing touch to...
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Whatever Life Hands You, Make Gumbo
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Whatever Life Hands You, Make Gumbo

By  •  2 months ago

When life gets tough, it’s time to cook up a pot of gumbo. And when life’s worth celebrating, it’s also time to cook up some...
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Ivor Chodkowski: Restaurateur and Entrepreneur, but a Farmer First
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Ivor Chodkowski: Restaurateur and Entrepreneur, but a Farmer First

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Ivor Chodkowski is not your typical restaurateur. He is a farmer by trade and grew up working on farms in New Hampshire during his summer breaks...
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