The Most Delicious Chicken – The New York Times

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. The Fourth of July, with its tantalizing promise of corn and watermelon, is somehow upon us. (Is time moving quickly? Slowly? It’s tough to tell!) There are two recipes below that would go nicely on the grill — though you could also cook them indoors if grilling isn’t an option — along with some More...

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By Admin On Saturday, July 4th, 2020
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James Sherwood, Who Revived the Orient Express, Dies at 86

As a consolation prize, Mr. al-Fayed gave him Turnbull & Asser ties (Mr. Al Fayed owned the company) and frozen stag’s testicles from his estate in Scotland, which he said would improve his sex life. That More...

By Admin On Friday, July 3rd, 2020
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New York Changes Outdoor Dining Rule, Leaving Restaurants Scrambling

For restaurants and the New Yorkers who love them, the outdoor cafes that have sprung up across the city over the past two weeks have been one of the few bright spots in a grim season. Under an emergency program More...

By Admin On Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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This Is the Secret to the Crunchiest Fruit Crumble

I learned the secret to making the best, crunchiest fruit crumble over two decades ago. And I subsequently ignored it. A pastry chef friend shared the technique. Instead of sprinkling the raw crumbs on top More...

By Admin On Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
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Peter Meehan Resigns as Los Angeles Times Food Editor

Peter Meehan, the editor of The Los Angeles Times food section, announced Wednesday afternoon that he was stepping down. His resignation comes after a series of tweets posted on Monday by Tammie Teclemariam, More...

By Admin On Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
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John T. Edge, A White Gatekeeper of Southern Food, Faces Calls to Resign

Nicole Taylor, 42, a Georgia-born New York food writer who has participated in several alliance events and produced media for the alliance (and whose work has appeared in The Times), admires the mission of the More...

By Admin On Tuesday, June 30th, 2020
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‘Who Are We for?’ How the Virus Is Testing the Identity of Chinatown

Hop Kee is a basement Cantonese eatery offering $9.50 shrimp lo mein. Hwa Yuan Szechuan is a three-story, white-tablecloth restaurant where the whole fish with hot bean sauce is $45. Both have long histories More...

By Admin On Monday, June 29th, 2020
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Black Wine Professionals Demand to Be Seen

TJ Douglas and his wife, Hadley, own Urban Grape, a thriving wine shop in the South End neighborhood of Boston. Before the pandemic, a regular internet customer with whom Mr. Douglas had had many discussions More...

By Admin On Sunday, June 28th, 2020
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A Fashion Designer’s Reimagining of a Quinoa Bowl

At this time of year, Jesse Kamm would typically be living off the grid. She’d be down in Panama with her husband, Luke Brower, and their 11-year-old son, Julien, on their annual three-month break, living More...

By Admin On Sunday, June 28th, 2020
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Why Out-of-Work New Yorkers Are Starting Cooking Businesses

For some, selling food is entirely about making money during a stressful time. Natalia, a substitute Spanish teacher who asked that her last name be withheld for legal reasons, lost her income when the schools More...

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