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The Absolute Best Fried Chicken in New York

Excellence in fried chicken demands (1) a hot and crisp exterior, (2) juicy meat, and (3) enough, but not too much, salt. Flourishes aside, let’s say this applies equally to Nashville-hot, Japanese karaage, and Taiwanese night-market chicken, all of which … Continue reading

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Where to Watch the Super Bowl

On Sunday, the Eagles will battle the Patriots in Super Bowl LII. At bars all across New York, fans will be battling for their sanity and a glimpse of a television screen. But it doesn’t have to be this way. … Continue reading

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Chef J.J. Johnson Starts His Day With Eggnog Waffles

It’s been an eventful year for chef J.J. Johnson: He left his post as the executive chef of Minton’s, became a new father to twins, and wrote his first book. Recently, he’s been cooking at Chefs Club — a long-term … Continue reading

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Kenji Dreams of Sausage

This past spring the cook and food writer J. Kenji López-Alt took the stage at Italy’s Teatro Scientifico del Bibiena, in the small city of Mantua, with sacrilege on the brain. López-Alt, known to his devotees simply as Kenji, is … Continue reading

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