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If you want to know New York, get to know its street cuisine. I learned it early. Growing up in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, I would get a lunch of two hot dogs in steam-soft rolls from the guy who set up his stainless-steel pushcart on the corner of 17th Street every morning, rain or shine, Saturdays and holidays, summer-fall-winter-spring.
This bar can be as small or as big as you like! Keep replenishing the bowls as guests drop in through the day! Chutneys Red
It has protein, good fats, fiber and, of course, great taste.
It's the perfect complement to the full-flavored British asparagus.
So it was nagging at me that I had never made up a recipe when I opened up the freezer and saw we had four whole chickens. Most of my life is spent trying to figure out how I am going to use the chicken in our freezer.
I have included you in dishes you where might not necessarily belong. In omelettes, on pizza, often in cocktails. Sometimes
Oh, cilantro. So green in color, fresh in flavor and polarizing in nature. I love you. Our relationship has always been a strong one. I grew up surrounded by you, your smell filling my apartment each time my mom brought you home from the market.
Israeli chef Rafi Cohen's new cookbook is devoted entirely to salads -- fresh, cooked, fried and baked; cold and hot.
This version of hummus, made with ripe avocados, is the creamiest hummus ever!
Humble ingredients elevated with a zingy vinaigrette of pungent roasted coriander, tangy lime juice and fiery cayenne.
I've never really thought about what actually goes into a pumpkin ale. I guess, I thought it was just a blend of spices that gave the beer its signature flavor. Until now.
An informal poll of seven KitchenDaily and Huffington Post Food editors found that four editors love it: ("Everything is