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There’s a Lot of Great New Fried Chicken in New York Right Now

While New York can lay claim to some legendary figures in fried-chicken lore — Joseph Wells, who popularized chicken and waffles at his Harlem supper club; man-with-a-cast-iron-pan Charles Gabriel; Williamsburg’s dive-bar doyen Stephen Tanner — it has not been known … Continue reading

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The Humble Bialy Steps Into the Spotlight

Except for a devoted cult following, the bialy has never enjoyed the fame and fortune of its Jewish-appetizing relative the bagel. Unlike that plump and shiny dough ball, bialys, whose origin in Bialystok, Poland, food writer Mimi Sheraton chronicles in … Continue reading

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