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Eunice Choi

Eunice Choi

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The New Amsterdam Market Pops Up for Summer

After a dispute with the City Council about the fate of the Fulton Fish Market, the New Amsterdam Market came back yesterday for summer, with 70+ locally-minded vendors selling everything from cheese to maple syrup, raisins dried on the vine to seasonal produce, from fresh-caught fish to cold-brewed coffee. And, of course, some ready to eat bites: tacos, sandwiches, and plenty of ice cream. More

All 20 Lobster Rolls from Tasting Table's Lobster Roll Rumble

Last night marked Tasting Table's Annual Lobster Roll Rumble, with seafood restaurants and clam shacks from New York and all over the country selected by the Tasting Table crew to face off in a battle of knuckle, claw, and tail. Some contenders kept it simple, with a drizzle of drawn butter and a dusting of chives, while others went all-out in rethinking the lobster roll—lobster mac and cheese with lobster roe, anyone? More

A Storebought Super Bowl: The Winners of Our Taste Tests

If there ever was a day for eating pre-made foods, it's the Super Bowl Sunday. Sure, you could make your own everything from scratch, but this is the day made for lounging, lazing, drinking, eating, and watching others do the running around. There's no shame in buying pre-made queso dip and jars of salsa on Sunday. Just make sure you don't buy any of the losers of our tastings. More

How to Make the Best Guacamole

Everyone likes guacamole, agreed? So whether you're rooting for the Ravens or the 49ers this weekend, we can all agree on Team Guacamole, right? Here's a recipe for the classic guacamole, and an important discussion on the science behind guacamole (on browning, on ripening, on mashing, on various avocado types). If you're feeling much less purist, check out our 14+ guacamole variations in the slideshow. Sriracha-infused guacamole anyone? More

Step Behind the Kitchen Doors at Betony

@tarasuan the lime-looking thing is the chicken liver mousse, wrapped in a mix of parsley and schmaltz. if you cut it open, it does look the normal consistency and color of mousse!

A Day in the Life: Max Falkowitz, New York Editor

this series is AMAZING. I am very much looking forward to the upcoming posts.

Where to Drink Coffee in New York's Financial District

no love for kaffe 1668?

Where to Drink Coffee in Midtown Manhattan

@winedanddined little collins, for sure! they've got a bunch of people who used to work at kaffe 1668, and some from toby's as well. australian owner, cool vibes, good food, excellent coffee.

Snapshots from Scandinavia: My Best Bites and Sips in Denmark and Sweden

kaffe 1668 in tribeca has the chocolate balls too

So This Exists: Chocolate Cheese

Like I said, no one at the office was very impressed with this gift set; we reviewed it more for the novelty of the product. But since you asked, most of us were disappointed with chalky texture of the chocolate, and commented that the cheese tasted like "unsweetened cheesecake." Valentine's Day has since passed, and Murray's Cheese is sold out of this online, but I hope this helped.

3 Reasons to Be Excited about Coffee Right Now

agreed on the grassroots-style coffee movement! there's a lot of micro-roasters/coffeeshop owners/baristas outside the U.S. who are also taking things into their own hands and getting passionate about coffee, traveling to origin to ensure quality beans to serve in their own cafes. I was in Korea this past summer, and was amazed by the quality of coffee there.

This Week at Serious Eats World Headquarters

My Latest Obsessions: Wasabi Peas

I know EXACTLY what you're talking about; all-nighters are only durable with the help of those sinus-clearingly hot green orbs.
I have oily marks all over my keyboard from where my fingers grabbed a bite of wasabi peas only to smudge the residual powder-stuff all over my computer.
Have you tried the Sriracha peas? They kind of intrigued me, but I wasn't sure if they would live up to my beloved wasabi peas...

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