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We Chat with Chef Nick Anderer of Maialino

Jacqueline Raposo 6 comments

Chef Nick Anderer has taken on an ambitious project: dusting off old Roman recipes that sometimes involve pigs feet and lamb intestines and making them palatable for a New York audience. But no matter how he does it, what matters most to him is that everyone leaves Maialino with a smile on their faces. Here he tells us how he tries to do just that. More

First Look: The New Olive Oil Tasting Menu at Maialino

First Look Jacqueline Raposo 4 comments

This week, Executive Chef Nick Anderer unveils a new olive oil tasting program at Danny Meyers' Italian trattoria, Maialino. Here Nick explains his motivation behind the program, what's on the menu now, and what we can expect soon. More

Sugar Rush: Tiramisu at Maialino

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

Maialino's tiramisu is classic in every way, and it nails it. More

Ed Levine's Must-Eat New York Dishes of 2012

Ed Levine 5 comments

As usual I experienced so much serious deliciousness this year, so when Max asked me to come up with a list of my favorite must-eats, I found it excruciatingly difficult to limit myself to the usual ten, so I didn't. More

17 Of Our Favorite Breakfast Sandwiches in NYC

Breakfast Hally Wolhandler 12 comments

What is it about breakfast sandwiches? Whether they feature melted cheese or a runny yolk, they're almost always oozing with warm and gooey yellow deliciousness. In our continued celebration of National Sandwich Month, here are 17 of our favorite breakfast sandwiches, each so good you'll be looking forward to your alarm going off in the morning. More

Sugar Rush: Granita di Caffé at Maialino

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

For summer, Maialino's dessert menu features Granita di Caffé ($6), an elegant two-part concoction of espresso ice and whipped cream. More

Staff Picks: Early Spring Dishes We Love in New York City

The Serious Eats Team 6 comments

Spring is happening in New York, and we couldn't be more excited (no, really look at slide 1—we're really excited). Tender, green vegetables are the order of the day, and we've already started chowing down. Of course Spring still has a long way to go, so we haven't devoured all our favorite veggies yet, but these have made a fine start to the season. Click through the slideshow to see all the early seasonal dishes we've loved lately. More

This Easter, Eat Rabbit: 9 Rabbit Dishes We Love in New York

The Serious Eats Team 3 comments

As we've been thinking about stories for Easter, we've had bunny on the brain—and not just the chocolate version. So for the past couple of weeks we've been reminiscing about recent rabbit meals we loved. Here are some of our favorites that you should consider for your next bunny-centric meal. More

13 Great Bites at Meatball Madness

Lauren Sloss Post a comment

Meatball Madness was a hot ticket at this year's New York City Wine & Food Festival, as evidenced by the sold-out tickets and by the long line stretching far down Mercer Street. We understand; after all, who doesn't love meatballs? Particularly when they're being made by New York's hottest chefs. With our discerning meatball palates on high alert, we wove our way through the crowd of food-lovers and Food Network lovers alike (Giada De Laurentiis was the evening's host, and Guy Fieri made an appearance), sampling all sorts of meat- (and meatless!) balls. More

The Brunch Dish: Contadino at Maialino

The Brunch Dish Ben Fishner Post a comment

With entrees ranging from $12-$15 and sides in the $6 neighborhood, brunch at Maialino isn't cheap, exactly. Considering that we had no wait, friendly, helpful service and seriously delicious food, Maialino's got one of the best brunches in town. More

Heirloom Tomato Dishes We Love Right Now

The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

Sure, we'd be happy eating heirloom tomatoes with nothing but a sprinkle of salt or a slather of mayo this time of year. But how are New York's chefs celebrating tomato season? Here are some of our favorite tomato dishes across the city right now. Get 'em while they're here! More

9 Egg Dishes in NYC I Love

Ed Levine 5 comments

Soft-scrambled, perfectly poached, or fried, I can't resist a great egg dish. While chefs all over New York do crazy, creative things with them, each more impressive than the last, today I'm talking about simpler stuff—the kind I find myself craving, rather than admiring. Here are nine of my favorite egg dishes in New York; what are yours? More

Sugar Rush: Olive Oil Cake at Maialino

Sugar Rush Kathy YL Chan 1 comment

Torta di Olio d'Oliva ($8) is a memorable yet simple way to end any meal at Maialino. More

First Look: Maialino's Happy Hour Menu

The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

We're big fans of Maialino, Danny Meyer's Roman-ish trattoria in the Gramercy Park Hotel, so we were thrilled to hear that they launched a happy hour menu—Monday-Friday, 5:00-7:00pm. Discounted drinks are a draw, of course, but so is Nick Anderer's food menu—eminently snackable plates like meatballs and anchovy-topped deviled eggs and crisp pork cracklings. More

Muffins We Love in NYC

The Serious Eats Team 6 comments

Maybe this endless winter is kicking our morning carb cravings into overdrive; or maybe we've just had so many early meetings, we've grabbed breakfast treats from all over. Either way, life at Serious Eats of late has been one great muffin after another. Here are some of the best muffins in NYC we've had recently; what are your favorites in the city? More

10 NYC Pancakes We Love

The Serious Eats Team 5 comments

Today may or may not be National Pancake Day—it seems to be a major pancake chain that has declared it such—but we don't really need an excuse to reflect on our favorites. For your reading pleasure: 10 of our favorite plates of hotcakes in NYC. More

The Best Restaurants We Reviewed in 2010

Ed Levine 3 comments

It's been quite a year for restaurants in New York. In fact, though it's hard to believe, some of my very favorite spots in the city have opened their doors within the last year. And others just came to our attention in the last twelve months, reminding us how very much exists in the world of New York restaurants. Here's a recap of my favorite eight reviews this year. More

Top 5 Breakfast Sandwiches of 2010

Carey Jones 2 comments

We love pancakes and scrambled eggs as much as the next eaters, but if there's one thing that really gets us excited in the mornings, it's a great breakfast sandwich. And there were plenty of great ones in 2010. Here are five of our favorites. More

Drink At Maialino's Nebbiolo Bar Before It's Gone

Maggie Hoffman 4 comments

You can try the wines by the glass (and even better, the half-glass) and it's a remarkable learning experience to taste your way through a few of them (or the whole bar, if you've got all night.) You should do it now, though, because Maialino's Nebbiolo bar is on its way out. More

How to Poach a Perfect Egg (Nick Anderer-Style)

J. Kenji López-Alt 20 comments

A couple weeks back, I wrote about the perfect poached egg I had at Maialino, marveling at its creamy, oozy consistency, and perfectly oblong, plump shape. I'd never seen eggs poached that well in my life. So how does he do it? More

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