True story: Frito Pie was created by a some Garden City friends living in New Mexico in 1971. (Or maybe it was 1972?)
‘This is about local seed sovereignty. That is the only agenda; we’re not trying to sell anything.’
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An accidental addition of ancho chile powder produces surprising results.
A popular pie is the Kerberry, Kerber’s own creation using strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, orange rind and fresh vanilla beans
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Steep cinnamon in high-proof alcohol, add rum and sugar and you’ve got a drink for in front of the fire.
It is COLD outside, which means it’s time for hearty warm soups inside. This is one of my favorites, not least because it’s made…
Devotees of Divine Brine’s pickles can rejoice as Chef Robert Schaefer has opened up his own discount pickle sanctum in Farmingdale. • Photographs by Doug Young
Even Communists like beer. Found out how it tastes when the collective opens the taps at the Nutty Irishman.
Let us help you stare down the January blues with a sunny perspective on our bleakest month. • Photographs by Doug Young
In a building once used as offices for President Teddy Roosevelt, a husband and wife team cook up ‘creative American cuisine’ perfect for sharing.