Gallery: This Week at Serious Eats World Headquarters

Cheerios delivery
Cheerios delivery

Cereal Eats columnist Leandra Palermo started her week off right with a special delivery: eight kinds of Cheerios.

What do we do with all these Cheerios?
What do we do with all these Cheerios?

Leandra and editor Carey Jones inspect the goods. (Yes, this may have been staged. They don't usually look that confused when holding boxes of cereal.)

Great NY Noodle Town ordering
Great NY Noodle Town ordering

There are a great number of menus at Great NY Noodle Town. You have some underneath the glass tabletop, some standing up on the table (listing dishes on both the front and back). Wait, these menus look exactly the same.. but they are different? It took us a while to figure out our order.

[Photograph: Jessica Leibowitz]

Lunch carnage
Lunch carnage

You're looking at just a fraction of what we ordered. That casserole dish at the bottom right corner was a last-minute addition. "Hey, don't we need a casserole, too?" —Ed

[Photograph: Jessica Leibowitz]

Homemade fudge
Homemade fudge

Former SE intern Chris Crowley visited our office with a special gift: his mom's homemade fudge. Thanks, Chris and Mrs. Crowley!

Cocktail hour
Cocktail hour

Editor Maggie Hoffman made a cocktail with freshly squeezed grapefruit juice for an upcoming post on SE Drinks.

Norwegian snacks
Norwegian snacks

Editor Robyn Lee went to Norway over the winter holidays and came back with Norwegian potato chips and her favorite kind of gummy candy. (Read more about Norwegian candy here.)

Everyone stop working; there's a baby in the house
Everyone stop working; there's a baby in the house

SE NY contributor Sara Markel-Gonzalez and her adorable daughter Sadie stopped by with a delivery of Mexican pastries.

Pastry tasting
Pastry tasting

Aside from a cute baby, another thing that gets everyone to stop working is a table full of pastries.

More Sadie
More Sadie

Since there's no Hambone this week (Kenji's on vacation), here's another cute baby photo for ya!