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Make-Ahead Coconut-Poached Chicken with Spring Vegetables and Cashews

Serious Eats Suzanne Lehrer Post a comment

Chicken poached in coconut milk and chicken stock becomes amazingly tender. The rest of this salad is all crunch: napa cabbage, cashews, and blanched asparagus and green beans, dressed in a simple soy vinaigrette. More

Outrageously Inauthentic Asian Salad

Serious Eats HeartofGlass Post a comment

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Famous Sichuan: Fine Chinese Food in Chinatown Without the Wait

New York Ed Levine 15 comments

Here's the question I'm asked at cocktail parties just about as much as "what's your favorite restaurant?": Where can we eat in (Manhattan's) Chinatown without waiting in line? Well, serious eaters, I have an answer for you: Famous Sichuan. It's a place that Robyn Lee's been going to since last November, and every time she goes she says there's never anybody in the place. I worry about good, moderately priced restaurants going out of business (we need every last one of them), so I went for the ridiculously cheap $5.50 lunch special both days I was wandering around Chinatown during my two-day tour of jury duty. More


Serious Eats Lee Zalben Post a comment

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Dinner Tonight: String Beans with Tomato, Olive, and Garlic

Serious Eats Blake Royer Post a comment

As summer vegetable season draws to a close, I'm finding late-season produce still available at the market, and it needs a little more attention in the kitchen. Tomatoes aren't quite as glorious raw with a little basil. At this point,... More

Dinner Tonight: String Beans with Arugula

Serious Eats Blake Royer 1 comment

I was pleasantly surprised at the flavor packed into this dish, all dependent on a few strong elements: spicy arugula, tart lemon zest, and caramelized garlic. The three boost an otherwise mild and humble string bean. Though I had a... More

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