Weekend 'New York Times' Food News

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Braised Pig Parts: Simmering sauerkraut makes a nice bed for pigs' feet, and other parts.

Chocolate Desserts: Recipes that feature this Valentines day staple, like olive oil brownies and chocolate-banana pudding.

Maximal Flavor for Minimal Cash: For New York on a budget, try Veselka for borscht, Caracas Arepas Bar, and plenty of food carts.

Slow Coffee: Great coffee equipment coming from Japan.

Eat Real Food: "The truly healthy alternative to that chip is not a fake chip; it's a carrot."

Cruise to Great Dining: Where to eat near the ports: llama carpaccio in Buenos Aires, sour cherry kabobs in Istanbul.

Dressed Up Salads: The fat in salad dressing helps your body absorb nutrients from all the veggies.

36 Hours in Brooklyn: Make sure these hours include duck meatloaf at Buttermilk Channel and dim sum in Brooklyn's Chinatown.

BOD4GOD: An evangelical church teaches New Yorkers to love their bodies.

A Day with Daniel Boulud: Sundays are for soccer, family time, and dinner with friends.

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