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Holiday Bread: Traditional German Baumkuchen at Stork's Bakery

Good Bread Andrew Coe 10 comments

For New York's German community, the rarest holiday tree on the market this December isn't a plant but a cake. In Germany, baumkuchen, or "tree cake," is a Yuletide fixation ubiquitous in bakeries and holiday markets. It's made by coating a spit with layers of batter and baking them layer by layer in a special oven, and you can find it at Stork's Bakery in Whitestone. More

Serious Eats Neighborhood Guides: Christina Lee's Whitestone, Queens

Neighborhood Guides Allegra Ben-Amotz 1 comment

Recette's pastry chef lives in the neighborhood where she grew up and her parents still call home. But Whitestone isn't just diners and Italian joints anymore, says Christina; as the demographic changes, the food scene has begun to grown and expand. More

Lidia Bastianich's Shopping Guide to Italian Ingredients in Queens

Neighborhood Guides Allegra Ben-Amotz 5 comments

Since emigrating from Italy to the U.S. at age 12, Lidia's family has called Queens home. She has lived all over, from Astoria to Bayside to Douglaston, and shops in the borough nearly every day, after church or on her way into Manhattan. Here's where Lidia seeks out Italian ingredients on her home turf. More

Good Bread: Seeking Out the Best Corn Rye in NYC

Good Bread Andrew Coe 15 comments

I met with some food writers, chefs, and the patriarch of an appetizing store clan to taste some corn rye, a classic New York Jewish loaf that risks extinction in modern bakeries. More

Good Bread: Stork's Bakery

Good Bread Andrew Coe 8 comments

Stork's Bakery is a vestige of a dispersed community. Queens was once home to a thriving German-American population dating back to the mid 19th century. But Stork's still stands, a tribute to the stubbornness of its owner, Anton Duke, who bought the business from the Stork family back in 1990. More

Serious Eats Finds New York's Best Cheesecake

Carey Jones 48 comments

In the pantheon of iconic New York foods, not much outranks the proud cheesecake. Whether after dinner at Luger's, by the round at Eileen's, or shipped across the country by Junior's, New York cheesecakes are a force to be reckoned with. After countless miles traveled, bites considered, and calories consumed, we've arrived at our winners. More

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