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In the spring of my most favorite sandwich was fried eggplant, mozzarella and roast beef on an Italian hero, with hot peppers and a slash of mayonnaise I adapted the recipe from a sandwich served at Defonte’s Sandwich Shop, on Columbia Street in Red Sandwich Shops, Best Sandwich, Sandwich Recipes, Roast Beef Sandwiches, Wrap Sandwiches, Eggplant Sandwich, Sliced Roast Beef, Eggplant Recipes, Cooking Eggplant

In the spring of 2016, my most favorite sandwich was fried eggplant, mozzarella and roast beef on an Italian hero, with hot peppers and a slash of mayonnaise I adapted the recipe from a sandwich served at Defonte’s Sandwich Shop, on Columbia Street in Red Hook, Brooklyn It is a beautiful torpedo of food, crunchy, silken, sweet and spicy all at once

The Queens kimchi belt has got to be the least explored, discussed and celebrated of the city’s great ethnic-food districts. In and near Flushing, hundreds of restaurants serve classic Korean dishes. Ny Food, New York Food, Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Food Places, Places To Eat, I Want Food, Asian Recipes, Ethnic Recipes

Bada Story 161-23 Crocheron Avenue (162nd Street),718-321-9555 Hwe (raw seafood)

Mad for Chicken Northern Boulevard Street), Fried chicken Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Ny Food, Korean Fried Chicken, Food Places, Food Reviews, Critic, Restaurant Recipes, Wells

Mad for Chicken 157-18 Northern Boulevard (158th Street), 718-321-3818 Fried chicken

Samgyupsal, or barbecued pork belly, comes in four forms at Han Joo Chik Naeng Myun & BBQ: unseasoned thin slices that crisp up, fatter ones that stay meaty, strips rubbed with green tea and others marinated in red soybean paste. Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Ny Food, Food Reviews, Bright Lights, Pork Belly, Restaurant Recipes, Beverage, Crisp

Han Joo Chik Naeng Myun & BBQ 41-06 149th Place (41st Avenue) 718-359-6888 Samgyupsal (barbecued pork belly)

Chicken gyoza, or boned-out wings filled with kimchi, chopped shrimp or other stuffings you would normally find in a dumpling, at Debasaki Chicken Gyoza, Ny Food, Korean Dishes, Food Reviews, Dumpling, Not Good Enough, Restaurant Recipes, Kimchi, Chicken Wings

Debasaki 33-67 Farrington Street (35th Avenue), 718-886-6878 Chicken gyoza (stuffed wings)

Nearly everything on the menu at Yaso Tangbao, in Downtown Brooklyn, evokes nostalgia for the streets of Shanghai. Here, the blue crab and pork soup dumplings. (Photo: Andy Matias for The New York Times) How To Cook Dumplings, Cooking Dumplings, New York Eats, Ny Food, Pork Soup, Food Articles, I Want To Eat, Food Reviews, Sauerkraut

A simple storefront in Downtown Brooklyn specializes in Chinese soup dumplings and nostalgia. 148 Lawrence Street (Fulton Street) Downtown Brooklyn 929-337-7599 yasotangbao.com

Barbecued marinated pork collar at Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong is complemented by beaten eggs and corn mixed with grated cheese that cook in long canals, basted by fat that runs from the grill. Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong, Ny Food, Marinated Pork, The Chew, Food Reviews, Restaurant Recipes, Kimchi

Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong 152-12 Northern Boulevard (Murray Street),718-886-8645 Barbecued marinated pork collar

To Soc Chon Bell Boulevard Road), Soondae (blood sausage) Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Ny Food, Food Places, Food Reviews, Critic, Restaurant Recipes, Choices, Sausage

To Soc Chon 45-30 Bell Boulevard (45th Road), Bayside,347-408-4584 Soondae (blood sausage)

Kalbi, or marinated short-rib, at Mapo Korean BBQ Korean Bbq, Korean Food, Restaurant Recipes, Dinner Recipes, Ny Food, Korean Dishes, Short Ribs, Food Reviews, Critic

Mapo Korean BBQ 149-24 41st Road (149th Place),718-886-8292 Kalbi (marinated short-rib)

The Queens kimchi belt has got to be the least explored, discussed and celebrated of the city’s great ethnic-food districts. In and near Flushing, hundreds of restaurants serve classic Korean dishes. Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Ny Food, Cold Noodles, Ethnic Food, Food Reviews, Restaurant Recipes, The Dish, Kimchi

Keum Sung Food 40-07 149th Place (Roosevelt Avenue), 718-539-4596 Naeng myun

Mat Baram Northern Boulevard Street), Kalguksu and sujebi (fresh noodles) Korean Dishes, Korean Food, Ny Food, Food Reviews, Critic, Easy Healthy Dinners, Restaurant Recipes, Noodles, Choices

Mat Baram 150-40 Northern Boulevard (150th Street), 718-460-2535 Kalguksu and sujebi (fresh noodles)

Celebrate Chinese New Year with This Borough-Wide Dumpling Tour - Brooklyn Magazine Lucky Food, Ny Food, Pork Buns, Year Of The Monkey, Delicious Dishes, Chinese New Year, Dumplings, Places To Eat, Brooklyn

Celebrate Chinese New Year with This Borough-Wide Dumpling Tour - Brooklyn Magazine

The Chinese New Year—i.e., the Year of the Monkey—officially kicks off today, and one of the most customary ways to celebrate is to eat lucky foods, such as long noodles (for extended life), whole fish (which symbolizes abundance) and, of course, dumplings; auspiciously shaped like silver ingots. Not only that, but it’s alleged that the …

Korean black goat at Bangane Ny Food, Korean Dishes, Food Reviews, Critic, Restaurant Recipes, Wells, Goat, Choices, Queens

Bangane 165-19 Northern Boulevard (165th Street),718-762-2799 Korean black goat

All restaurants that have opened since the last time we attempted this ludicrous gut-busting task. Indian Food Recipes, Asian Recipes, Cheap Eats Nyc, Cumin Lamb, Ny Food, Cantonese Food, Best Chinese Food, Asian Soup, Food Stall

The 101 Best (New) Cheap Eats, Ranked

All restaurants that have opened since 2006, the last time we attempted this ludicrous gut-busting task.

The Best Chocolate Pastries and Desserts in NYC Best Chocolate Desserts, Chocolate Pastry, Ny Food, Serious Eats, Cookie Bars, Macarons, Bakery, Nyc, Cookies

The Best Chocolate Pastries and Desserts in NYC

I'm virtually incapable of visiting a restaurant or bakery in my hometown without inquiring after their chocolate offerings. From cookies and brownies to pastries and cakes, I've ordered and devoured them all, and the very best, the most destination-worthy, are the ones you'll find on this list. If you're traveling to NYC soon, or just want to experience the best chocolate desserts and pastries the city has to offer, here is your definitive guide.