One Perfect Peach – The New York Times

Good morning. I’m firmly of the opinion that you get one really good peach a year, if you’re lucky, if you don’t live in the South or next to a peach orchard. One peach, soft and juicy and sweet. That’s something to treasure. When I get one, I eat it slowly, with joy. Of course you’ll get plenty of pretty good peaches along the way, the More...

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By Admin On Thursday, July 9th, 2020
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Outdoor Dining Offers Fresh Air and Fantasy to a City That Needs Both

A new design genre was born last month when New York City began allowing restaurants, which had been closed for on-premises dining since March, to take over miles of sidewalks and streets for outdoor seating. More...

By Admin On Wednesday, July 8th, 2020
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What Does it Mean to be ‘At Home’ These Days?

Welcome. I write from home because home is where I work, but I’m not always at home any longer. I’ve been to a hardware store this week, a pizzeria, a convenience store and the chandlery for a length of More...

By Admin On Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
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A Black-Owned Distillery in Minneapolis Pushes Forward

When Chris and Shanelle Montana founded Du Nord Craft Spirits in 2013, they chose the Longfellow neighborhood in southern Minneapolis, “in part because it was a little quieter,” Mr. Montana said. It didn’t More...

By Admin On Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
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Where Italian and Croatian Cuisine Meet

Travel is tamped down for the time being, but I’m daydreaming in my kitchen — Spain, and especially Italy, tempt me. So off I go with a raft of unfamiliar recipes to try, thanks to “Friuli Food and Wine: More...

By Admin On Monday, July 6th, 2020
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Turn Your Frozen Fruit Into the Simplest Soft Serve

When a balmy evening inspires an ice cream craving, it’s time for a 60-second soft serve. Unlike regular ice cream, which requires some combination of muscle, machinery and time, this soft serve whips frozen More...

By Admin On Sunday, July 5th, 2020
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Think of Kimchi as a Verb

In 1904, the Japanese military authorities arrested the American novelist Jack London. Three times. He was covering the Russo-Japanese War for the San Francisco Examiner as a war correspondent in Korea, and More...

By Admin On Saturday, July 4th, 2020
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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 More...

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...

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