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Zuni Cafe Chicken

cooking.nytimes.com — You don't need a brick oven for this perfect roast chicken from the legendary chef Judy Rodgers - but you do need a hot one, and a day or so to dry-brine the bird before using it Rodgers's technique, which involves drying and seasoning the chicken, then flipping it while cooking, results in a wonderfully browned bird, with crackling skin and moist meat It's simple but lively

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Aug 28, 2015

Some recipes for you to cook this weekend. Let me know how it all works out. nytimes.com/indexes/2015/0… #nytcooking

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Cold and fiery sesame noodles hit the spot

seattletimes.com — The whole point of cold sesame noodles is what's called in the food trade its "mouth feel,'' the velvety smooth feeling of perfectly combined ingredients. This recipe is a classic. Cold sesame noodles are a mainstay of Chinese takeout menus.

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Cold Sesame Noodles: Without the Wait for Takeout

nytimes.com — Cold sesame noodles are a mainstay of Chinese takeout menus in New York City. They have been so since at least the 1970s, when Chinese chefs trained in the banquet arts introduced the dish to diners at new-style Sichuan restaurants like Hwa Yuan on East Broadway, the Empire Szechuan chain uptown and Tang Tang's near Gramercy Park.
Aug 11, 2015

I forgot how great this recipe is. @samsifton deconstructed cold sesame noodles some years ago. Here it is. Make it. nyti.ms/1P1DmPf

Aug 12, 2015

RT @kimseverson: I forgot how great this recipe is. @samsifton deconstructed cold sesame noodles some years ago. Here it is. Make it. nyti.ms/1P1DmPf

Aug 12, 2015

I love that the "historian of Chinese food in New York" in this piece is a guy named Ed Schoenfeld - nyti.ms/1P1DmPf @SamSifton

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nytimes.com — THIS is a city of beautiful restaurants. No one who has lunched at Le Bernardin, or wandered at twilight into the Harrison, or spent a Don Draper evening under the towering ceilings of Eleven Madison Park can deny it. These dining rooms are stages, for both chef and customer. They captivate.
Aug 09, 2015

RT @NYTFridge: Really miss this place. [From the @samsifton archives.] Via @nytimes. Vandaag Offers Simplicity With a Dutch Accent nyti.ms/1KZZkEr

Mixed grill, American style

charlotteobserver.com — "Gotta save room for mixed grill," a character says in Jonathan Franzen's 2001 novel, "The Corrections," a little ominously. The meal stood then as a kind of metaphor for American ennui, a groaning board of fire-roasted meats that was delicious until it was not. "Browning meats on a grille of chrome and hellish coals," Franzen writes.

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nytimes.com — Have questions about recipes, cooking and food? That's what I'm here for. Inquire at foodeditor@nytimes.com. I'll answer what I can. I recently devoured Jacques Pépin's autobiography "The Apprentice" and was really taken with his philosophies on how to live and eat well with friends and family.
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Aug 28, 2015

RT @PalmStkMan: @pete_wells true! Our release xplains it all! A 90 yr old family biz must make tuff decisions! Archived walls! Celebratory book 2 come 4 all

Aug 28, 2015

RT @pete_wells: Dear @PalmStkMan, what's happened to the artwork at the original Palm? Rumor is it's painted over but that seems impossible.

Aug 28, 2015

Here's @jessbidgood on the latest in this awful story: St. Paul’s Student Not Guilty on Top Rape Charge nyti.ms/1PDmJtx.

Aug 28, 2015

Some recipes for you to cook this weekend. Let me know how it all works out. nytimes.com/indexes/2015/0… #nytcooking

Aug 27, 2015

RT @nytimes: The NYT obituary for Darryl Dawkins, known to fans as the NBA’s lovable "Chocolate Thunder" nyti.ms/1KbxLIz pic.twitter.com/SGJfko4H4H


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