Vegetables can be incredibly tasty when done right, and yet when most people go out to eat, they tend not to order a vegetarian dish unless they're, well, a vegetarian. Here are 30 examples to make you reconsider.
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As National Ice Cream Month draws to a close this week, we'd like to leave our readers with one last icy, creamy, and delicious gift. Here are the SE staffers' favorite ice creams in NYC (although some of us had a hard time deciding on just one).
There are plenty of ways an eggy ice cream with sweet wine can go wrong, but this is fantastic stuff: a good hit of booze, the rich custardy depth of egg, and a sweetness that doesn't overpower the delicate flavor of the grapes.
I have a complicated relationship with Bklyn Larder in that I love basically everything they make, bake, or stock, but can't make a habit out of buying $9-pint ice cream or $29/lb cheeses. So it's a very pleasant surprise that their new breakfast menu is gently priced. What's not surprising: that it's all excellent.
We can feast on apple desserts all year round, but they seem especially appropriate during the colder months. From classic tarte tatins to fancier versions found at restaurants, from apple milkshakes to apple butter-laced sundaes, pastry chefs in the city do all sorts of things. Check out ten apple desserts we love this holiday season.
The season for Concord grapes has long come and gone, but the flavors of these sweet candy-like grapes are preserved in jars of concord grape jelly by Ace Jams.
I can count the number of memorable cold tuna sandwiches I've ever had on one hand, but am not at all surprised that Bklyn Larder makes a fabulous one.
While in the winter, Taleggio and Greens is a mighty fine sandwich, in warmer weather Bklyn Larder swaps that out for Ricotta and Greens ($8)—another excellent meal.
It's hard to think of a better sandwich for winter than the sauteed greens and taleggio from Bklyn Larder.
I've just about eaten my way through the menu at Bklyn Larder, but was stalled in my progression through the sandwich list as, more than a few times, I'd end up ordering the chorizo and manchego instead of something new.
Consider the meatball with provolone sandwich ($8.50) at Bklyn Larder the most elegant meatball sub you'll ever eat. It's the meatballs you taste—juicy with beef, pork, and veal, a hint of spice and lemon—with the fully melted provolone and tomato sauce just a pleasant background.
[Photo: Carey Jones] Envision a moist, buttery loaf cake. Now bulk up that cake with ground almonds and pistachios, and since that isn't quite nutty enough, add a layer of candied pistachios on top. The result is Bklyn Larder's...
Which is the tastiest of them all? [Photo: Erin Zimmer] Everything from the cheeses to the prepared foods at Bklyn Larder (the Park Slope gourmet market from the folks at Franny's) is incredibly tasty—but incredibly pricey. I'd tried their...
Where to pick up your turkey, sides, and much, much, more.
Bklyn Larder opened this week—they didn't have a really good answer on why they hate certain letters—by the owners of Franny's pizzeria down the block, Francine Stephens and her chef-husband Andrew Feinberg. It's pretty small. Just a deli with...