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2018-01-18T17:56:16.895Z
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The new restaurant from Greg Proechel of Le Turtle is a culinary Swiss Army knife, making the most of a small basement space in a Chelsea hotel.
Using intuition can bring delicious surprises.
Marcella Hazan’s Bolognese is one of her most beloved recipes.
A fifth branch of Tacombi in the Empire State Building, New York Sushi Ko closes, and other restaurant news.
This quickly braised cod in butter and wine is practically defined by its simplicity and speed.
This inventive restaurant in Sydney is an exemplar of Australia’s seafood prowess.
Though mislabeled and misunderstood, the country-style rib has deep flavor, versatility and a friendly price.
A mini version by Zwilling is great for disjointing a chicken or smashing garlic.
These zero-proof drinks from top bartenders all over the country are healthy-ish, use fresh ingredients — and won't give you a hangover.
Ms. Mar, the chef and an owner of the Beatrice Inn in Manhattan, offers a recipe for an English-style meat pie that’s a worthy winter meal.
In Kent, Conn. chef Joel Viehland has opened Swyft, a casual restaurant for pizza and small plates. Come summer, it will welcome a more upscale counterpart, Ore Hill.
A small new restaurant in the basement of the Made hotel in Manhattan is full of surprises.
Lightly smoked salmon or tuna in single-serve bowls comes with sauce, spices and cooked rice.
A novel exploring a troubled time in the artist’s life is up for discussion at the 92nd Street Y.
This cooked version of Italian ham, from Lombardy, is now being imported for the first time.
Spicy or sweet, ingredients like peanut, melon seed and honey peas await.
Every day, instead of coffee, Ana Kras drinks a chai latte of adaptogenic herbs, an ancient way to fortify the body against maladies.
Melissa Clark’s cod braised in butter and wine, paired with mashed potatoes, would make a fine dinner tonight.
Make something hearty, like a beef stew with Dijon and Cognac, and follow it up with a galette des rois.
The creative consultant Matilda Goad includes a warm blend of turmeric and coconut milk in her nightly de-stressing routine.