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The Best Bialy in New York is at Hot Bread Kitchen

New York Ed Levine 3 comments

Like everybody else involved in New York's food culture, I support and applaud the efforts of Hot Bread Kitchen, a nonprofit and bakery which employs immigrant women to make the breads they're familiar with. That said, I'd never truly fallen in love with any of their breads or foodstuffs until I had one of their bialys. More

Gift Guide: New York Food

New York Carey Jones 8 comments

Whether you live in the city and you're sending a loved one New York's best, or you're bringing an expat New Yorker memories of home, there are all sorts of quintessential NYC eats. More

Dear Murray's Bagels: Get a Toaster, Please

New York Ed Levine 6 comments

A very sad, untoasted bialy. The good folks at Murray's Bagels will not toast your bagel or bialy. Not even if you say pretty please. I ordered a toasted bialy with scallion cream cheese yesterday morning and got this... More

Serious Eats Gift Guide: New York Food

New York Erin Zimmer 10 comments

This gift guide is for the New York food lover. Recipients can be New York expats or those who've never actually lived in the city but have come to appreciate quintessential Gotham foods. This year we've added a Brooklyn element, since there are so many skilled bakers, picklers, and cheesemakers opening shops and popping up at neighborhood farmers' markets, contributing to the budding artisan food scene in the borough. More

Chicagoland's Best Bagel Found at Lincolnwood's New York Bagel & Bialy

Michael Nagrant 3 comments

"Though I grew up with Dunkin' Donuts as my weekend snack, these days I’m more likely to hanker for a bagel." Yes, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of goyem, I will fear no lack of bagels, for thou foodie gods art with me. I figure if I repeat this mantra enough, it’ll eventually stick, but the truth is I’m pretty down on the lack of good Jewish eats in Chicago. Though we have a sizable metro population, only about 30 percent of the total Jewish population lives in the city proper. There wasn’t always a local diaspora. In the mid 1800s, a significant number of immigrant Jews lived in the central loop, Pilsen, and the famed... More

What's Your Go-To Weekday Breakfast?

Ed Levine 64 comments

Everyone, or just about everyone, has (or should have) and needs a go-to breakfast, the one they eat just about every weekday morning without thinking, a breakfast that is easy to prepare, can be eaten while reading the paper, and is a breeze to clean up. It should be reasonably filling, not too fattening, and nutritious according to some objective standard. Your go-to breakfast can't be bacon and eggs or pancakes with sausage, because those are too unhealthy, fattening and time-consuming. Either of those could be your weekend go-to breakfast, but that's not what we are talking about here.... More

What's In Your Food Sur-Thrival Kit?

Ed Levine 23 comments

Everyone has their own version of a Food Sur-Thrival Kit, a small group of reasonably priced go-to foods that we try to keep around at all times, so that no matter how bedraggled we feel when we get home, we can whip up a pleasure-inducing, satisfying meal in 20 minutes or less at any time on any day of the year. You not only survive on these foods, you thrive on them. Hence the name. Here's my Food Sur-Thrival Kit. Kossar's bialys: (fresh or sliced and frozen) A toasted bialy is just one of life's greatest and simplest eating pleasures. It supplies my daily requirement of crispness and crunchiness. Once the bialy is toasted, I melt a slice of... More

Give the Gift of Noshing

New York Ed Levine 3 comments

Whether you’re a New York expatriate who’s been exiled to a software development job in Silicon Valley or just someone who discovered the delights of quintessential New York food on a trip to Gotham, we all love New York food.... More

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