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New York Times - Food and Drink

Dan Kluger Helps Vegetables Realize Their Full Potential

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What exactly does “Chasing Flavor,” the title of Dan Kluger’s new cookbook, mean? Perhaps that you had better eat your well-seasoned, vibrantly sauced vegetables — and there are plenty of recipes for them in the book. But even if you do, you won’t get dessert; Mr. Kluger, who owns Loring......
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A ‘Perfect’ Chocolate Chip Cookie, and the Chef Who Created It

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She emphasized the importance of focusing on theory, something she feels most baking cookbooks skip over. Hers begins with “Pastry Theory 101,” which explains the most basic elements of baking, like butter, sugar, gelatin and leaveners, and how they function within recipes. Then she expands into the building blocks of......
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‘It’s Fall! Here We Are!’ A Beloved Chocolate Shop Returns

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“There’s no secret recipe,” Ms. Vlahakis said. “It’s physics and chemistry.” Her parents retired to Florham Park, N.J. At 76, her mother died of breast cancer, and Ms. Vlahakis, then living in Manhattan, moved in with her father, who continued to visit the store just to sit and look around.......
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The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

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Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’re sharing things we’re eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. Sign up here to find us in your inbox every Wednesday. You can always reach us at tlist@nytimes.com. Stay Here A Design-Focused Guest House......
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Lulu Peyraud, a French Wine Matriarch, Dies at 102

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Mr. Peyraud worked in a variety of agriculture jobs and for his father-in-law’s leather firm until September 1939, when France declared war on Germany and he was called up for military service. After France’s swift defeat, Alphonse Tempier gave the young couple, who were now parents, Domaine Tempier, which was......
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In Trying Times, 20 Wines Under $20 That Revive and Restore

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Bodegas Hermanos Peciña Rioja Blanco Señorío de P. Peciña 2018 $19 I remember the first time I tried a traditionally made white Rioja, from the producer R. López de Heredia. It was thrilling. I had never had a wine like it before, made with the viura grape and aged in......
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Floyd Cardoz’s Memory Lives On Through Masalas

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Before he died of Covid-19 in March, the popular Indian chef and restaurateur Floyd Cardoz was working with Burlap & Barrel, a Queens spice company that specializes in sustainable, single-origin products, to create a line of masala blends. Thanks to the continuing participation of Barkha Cardoz, his wife, they are......
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Faith Stewart-Gordon, Doyenne of the Russian Tea Room, Dies at 88

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Faith Stewart-Gordon, an actress who traded Broadway for blini when she married the owner of the Russian Tea Room in Manhattan and then spent nearly three decades as its owner, greeting the glitterati who dined there in her incongruous Southern lilt, died on Friday at her home in New Preston,......
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The Evolution of the Onion Sandwich

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Long before James Beard was famous for championing American foods and mentoring a generation of chefs, long before he was an immediately recognizable celebrity, he was sick and tired of not being famous. Sick and tired of working in kitchens, unseen and uncelebrated, stalling out while the people around him......
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The Most Incredible Cauliflower

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Good morning. I love Melissa Clark’s new recipe for roasted cauliflower with pancetta, olives and crisp Parmesan (above), a deeply flavorful dish that could become a weeknight go-to for you these next couple of months. I love, too, Yasmin Fahr’s recipe for spicy baked butternut squash pasta with spinach, same......
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Pilgrim’s Pride to Pay $110 Million to Settle Charges of Fixing Chicken Prices

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Pilgrim’s Pride, one of the largest poultry producers in the United States, said on Wednesday that it would pay $110.5 million to settle federal charges that it helped fix prices and then passed on higher costs for chicken to consumers, restaurants and supermarkets. The company, based in Colorado, said it......

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