Food & Dining
 

Spanish-Style Migas With Chorizo, Peppers, and Kale

Serious Eats (Recipes) 3/17 9:43P Sasha Marx
Take a page out of the Spanish shepherding culinary repertoire, and make a meal out of crispy breadcrumbs, chorizo, and hearty vegetable. Then top it off with crispy fried eggs. Get Recipe!

Seared Duck Breast With Prosciutto, Sage, and Peaches

Serious Eats (Recipes) 3/15 3:00A Michael Harlan Turkell
The ease of this recipe lies in the fact that it all takes place in the same pan, and uses the duck fat that's rendered from the breasts to crisp the frizzle the prosciutto and sage. Get Recipe!

All New York City Public Schools Will Adopt Meatless Mondays

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 3/12 3:17A Nikita Richardson
New York City schools have a lot of pervasive issues, but, fortunately, food is not one of them. Since 2017, breakfast and lunch has been free at all public schools and this week, the mayor s office announced that starting this fall, the city s...

Smoky Bacon-Wrapped Baby Potatoes

Serious Eats (Recipes) 3/12 12:30A Morgan Eisenberg
With a creamy and tender potato center, crisp and smoky bacon exterior, and a flavorful and spicy seasoning, these potato bites will disappear before your eyes. Get Recipe!

Seared Scallops With Buttermilk Beurre Blanc

Serious Eats (Recipes) 3/8 1:55A Michael Harlan Turkell
Sweet and tender scallops snuggle up with a twist on a classic French beurre blanc , using orange juice and buttermilk in place of the standard white wine and vinegar. Get Recipe!

Scotty, We Hardly Knew Ye!

Food Safety News 3/5 10:44A Dan Flynn
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the 23rd U.S. Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, will leave the post just short of two years on the job. Gottlieb surprised Washington D.C. on Tuesday when he announced he is stepping down in another month. He...

Grub Street s Restaurant Power Rankings

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 3/1 5:50A Alan Sytsma
Welcome to Grub Street s weekly survey of the most talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots both new and old, ranked according to one important, ever-fluctuating (and admittedly subjective) metric: Who...

13 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This March

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 3/1 4:00A Chris Crowley
Every month in New York, there are a bewildering number of new dishes to eat, drinks to imbibe, and food-themed events to attend. Often, the hardest part is just figuring out what s really worth your limited time. So Grub kicks off each month with...

These Are the Drinks You Need to Order at NYC s Most Exciting New Bars

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 2/28 7:13A Nikita Richardson
The year has still barely begun, but already New York City is teeming with new bars promising to introduce us to innovative cocktails. There are spinoffs from already-beloved standbys like Long Island Bar, Dear Irving, and Death first-time bars...

Niche Niche Is a New Wine Bar That Will Be a Nightly Dinner Party

NYMag.com (Grub Street) 2/28 3:00A Nikita Richardson
Nobody in New York City has the room to do dinner parties properly anymore and I was raised on dinner parties, says Ariel Arce, who grew up in Hell s Kitchen and is now the owner of Air s Champagne Parlor and Tokyo Record Bar. It was basically...

Radicchio, Endive, and Anchovy Salad

Serious Eats (Recipes) 2/28 1:58A Sho Spaeth
Bitter greens like radicchio, Belgian endive, and parsley take on a surprising sweetness when paired with fennel and celery dressed in an aggressively savory anchovy vinaigrette. Get Recipe!

CDC, FDA warn of ongoing danger from tahini recalled during outbreak

Food Safety News 2/27 6:04P News Desk
Ten months after the beginning of the first confirmed illness in a Salmonella Concord outbreak traced to tahini, the CDC has declared the outbreak over. However, there is a good chance some consumers are unaware of several tahini recalls, leaving...

Shrimp Po' Boys

Serious Eats (Recipes) 2/26 11:28P Sasha Marx
Fried seafood po' boys are classic New Orleans street food. These "dressed" sandwiches are spread with a zesty rémoulade sauce, filled with crunchy shredded lettuce, pickles, and sliced tomatoes,...

Oyster Po' Boys

Serious Eats (Recipes) 2/26 11:28P Sasha Marx
Fried seafood po' boys are classic New Orleans street food. These "dressed" sandwiches are spread with a zesty rémoulade sauce, filled with crunchy shredded lettuce, pickles, and sliced tomatoes,...
Don't miss any news from:
New York City BubbleLife!
Share with thousands of local readers!

Weather

44°
Winds Northwest at 12.7 MPH, Humidity 26%
MonTueWed
47°F48°F51°F
32°F35°F40°F

Send to a Friend

    Cancel