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9 Great Punch Recipes from New York City's Bars

Drinks Lauren Sloss 2 comments

Is there anything more convivial than a brimming bowl of punch? Once relegated to the dusty corners of Victorian nostalgia, punch has been making a serious comeback, with bartenders creatively combining herbs, spices, and blends of alcohol and juices. The sharable nature of punch (not to mention its good-cheer vibes) makes it the perfect addition to spice up your holiday party. Here are 9 great punch recipes from Prime Meats, The Drink, and Slightly Oliver to put you in a celebratory mood. More

A Sandwich A Day: Roast Beef by Francis Louis at Cafe Pedlar

New York Liz Clayton 1 comment

The Frankies Spuntino empire has spawned another child: a catering line named Francis Louis, available in portable sandwich form at Brooklyn's Cafe Pedlar. The sandwiches come in those little triangular boxes that evoke British supermarket basements or airports, but are full of the promise of your biggest picnic fantasies. More

Ed Levine's Top 10 Potato Dishes

New York Ed Levine 4 comments

Make no bones about it, I'm a spuds man. A properly cooked potato—fried, mashed, hashed, souffled, baked, chipped, a pizza topping—is a beautiful thing any time of day: breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack. New York's chefs are quite accommodating when it comes to indulging my predilection for potatoes. Herewith, some of my favorite places to get my potato fix. What are your favorite spots for potatoes in the city? More

The Best Winter Cocktails in New York

Drinks The Serious Eats Team 3 comments

'Tis the season for eggnog, for hot toddies and spiked cider, for apple brandy, buttered rum, Spanish coffee, and all things warming. Over the past few weeks, we've toured the city's bars, seeking out delicious and unusual winter cocktails. Here are the best winter drinks we tasted. More

Cook the Book: Beef Sauerbraten with Red Cabbage and Pretzel Dumplings

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 8 comments

This recipe for Beef Sauerbraten with Red Cabbage and Pretzel Dumplings is a mix of old world and new—fairly standard brisket in a sour and aromatic marinade, slow-roasted and served with melting sweet and sour red cabbage. The Franks' modern take comes in with the pretzel dumplings. Day-old soft pretzels are mixed into a rich egg dough, rolled into logs, poached, and finally pan-fried into something that I can only compare to a crisp pretzel bread pudding. When the super tender brisket, sweet cabbage, and carb-tacular dumplings come together they make for a knockout of a cold weather plate. More

The Best Oatmeal in New York

New York Carey Jones 18 comments

Oatmeal from Prime Meats. Not quite the best in New York, but tasty just the same. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] There are two kinds of people: Those who understand why one would order oatmeal from a restaurant, and those who... More

Mix It Up: The Good Word at Prime Meats

New York Laren Spirer Post a comment

It sounds a little crazy, but a bar can feel welcoming even when there are no stools. If you're looking to linger over several rounds, be prepared to stand at Prime Meats, one of the more recent additions to the... More

Ed Levine's Serious Diet, Week 84: Do You Ever Scare Yourself Into Eating Less?

Ed Levine's Serious Diet Ed Levine 14 comments

"Many thanks, serious eaters, for all the shout-outs of support and encouragement." I scared myself into not eating last week, and not just because of what I ate on the road in Chicago. Erin pointed out that my real downfall was the double meal I ate last Tuesday night. It started with oxtail, shepherd's pie, jerk chicken, leg of lamb, and goat at The Islands with Erin and Carey. Then it was (and this was the killer) two pork roasts and two fried chicken recipes from Donald Link's and David Chang's books that Cook the Book's Caroline Russock made at her house for a cookbook competition we are participating in. So when you think about it, my two-pound weight gain... More

Prime Meats: The Frankies Get Serious About Breakfast

New York Ed Levine 11 comments

From French toast to perfectly fried eggs over-easy to a fine trout salad, Prime Meats delivered on the promise of serious chefs thinking about breakfast in this town. More

Prime Meats Burger: One Step Away from Greatness

A Hamburger Today Ed Levine 10 comments

We recently checked out Prime Meats, the meat-centric joint opened by the focused and ambitious Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo. Although the steaks needed a little bit of work, much of the cooking was terrific, such as the amazing... More

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