This Week in 'New York Times' Food News
Doughnut City: Doughnut shops galore are popping up in New York.
Wine Lingo: All the well-chosen words in the world can't do the experience of wine justice.
Cuisine from Around the World in Indianapolis: Immigration is changing the way this very American city eats. Goat in berbere sauce, anyone?
Shaved Steak: When you slice meat paper-thin, the cut of steak becomes indistinguishable.
Three Stars: Air Fiori "turns an Italian lens on haute French cooking to reveal French food as it might be cooked in Como for a table of aristocrats."
Backyard Goats: Goats at home mean fresh milk and cheese, and also a lot of work.
Very Little Italy: Cheese and cannoli are the last remains of a changing neighborhood's Italian heritage.
Food Stuff: The Rangpur lime is a lemon and mandarin cross with a floral aroma; a Lower East Side cafe called Stellina will sell gelato in raspberry-buttermilk cones; Chutney Collective makes musky sweet tomato with black mustard seeds and curried peach chutnies.