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The term is nebulous and too-often all encompassing. The best are places for a quick snack and a glass or two for wiling away the evening.
After the meal, let the meat simmer away into a gumbo, a congee or a barley soup, dishes as thrillingly varied as the meals they came from, Melissa Clark writes.
For French sandwich shops in New York, jambon beurre — ham on a buttered baguette — is one of the most difficult, yet satisfying feats.
Vegan chocolate bars, dreamy cookbooks and more small luxuries to give this year, as well as some ideas for your Thanksgiving leftovers.
With a pinch of dark humor, “The Menu” and “Fresh” explore the potential terrors of feeding the 1 percent.