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Craving Peanut Soup? Head to Saloum in Williamsbridge

When Concourse Village Senegalese restaurant Maryway shuttered some months back, I lost my favorite mafe—a peanut stew— in the Bronx. Rich and savory without being overwhelmingly peanut buttery, Maryway's was one of my favorites in the five boroughs, and, come to think of it, the only one in the Bronx worth seeking out. I've been hunting for a worthy heir ever since, and after months of vain pursuit, I've found one at Williamsbridge's Saloum. More

10 Great Vegetarian Soups In NYC

With winter effectively in full swing, it's time to turn our attention to a warming bowl of soup, and what a diverse subject it is, with varied flavors and textures, sometimes in the same bowl. Some are seasonal specials, and some are better served cold. Here are ten of our favorite vegetarian soups from around the city. More

5 Warming Winter Soups

The winter chill of January demands soup. Soups that function as meals—hearty, warming bowls served alongside a chunk of fresh bread. Noodle soups count, too. Cream of mushroom soup with fluffy bacon dumplings; spicy red pepper soup and naan; chicken curry noodle soup. These are just a few of our favorites—what are yours? More

Run, Don't Walk, to Thai Market

I finally made it to Thai Market, and I was mightily impressed. First of all, I loved the look of the place. There were blown-up photos of markets in Thailand, umbrellas on the ceiling, and Thai cups cleverly placed in... More

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