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Max
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Tribeca, New York
$$, Happy Hour, Full Bar, Italian
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Chinatown, New York
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Eric  Bromberg
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Blue Ribbon Brasserie, Blue Ribbon Sushi , Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken...
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Grandview Public Market , The Crown, Rice and Gold...
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Momofuku, Momofuku Nikai, Momofuku Nishi...
New York
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Poke Bowl | VEGGED
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1:33
December 28, 2016

There’s a good reason people can’t seem to get enough of poke bowls: when done right, they’re a dynamic alternative to hit-or-miss salads, with the addition of fresh fish and a tangle of crisp vegetables. Pro-tip: follow Chef Jordan Andino’s (2nd City, NYC) lead and swap out the traditional bed of steamed rice for spiralized zucchini noodles for the freshest bowl on the block. Sponsored

Winter Salad, 1915™ Organic-Style
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0:51

Watch 2nd City chef Jordan Andino whip up a 1915™ Organic-infused beet and carrot vinaigrette for winter salad inspiration, then put that inspiration to good use for a chance to win a catered party for 10 (and raise $1915 for your local foodbank!). Just post a photo of your own dish made with 1915™ Organic juice, or a dish you would pair with your favorite 1915™ flavor to your Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter— and don’t forget to tag #1915juiced and #sweepstakes! Official rules and deets.

Chef Dan Kluger of ABC Kitchen, ABC Cocina | Roots
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Chef Dan Kluger of ABC Kitchen/ABC Cocina in New York City tells his origin story. Spoiler alert: the Union Square Greenmarket is a big deal, and a chance meeting with Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten at a produce stand changed his career. Roots takes a deep biographical look into the world's most influential chefs to reveal their inspirations. Ancestry.com style except not really.

Surf and Turf Hot Pot with Jesse Schenker | Secret Sauce
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1:40

At the intersection of land and sea, there’s a dude named Jesse with a handle of teriyaki. This, friends, is not a traditional hot pot. It’s a one-pot wonder with a modern twist: beef mingles with salmon and shrimp, sweet corn tempers the deep earthiness of turnips and mushrooms. Before you lose your way in the collision of flavors, teriyaki swoops in like a saucy Swiss Army knife to save the day. At The Gander in New York City, Chef Jesse Schenker builds harmony — rich and warm umami, salinity and sweetness, a cleansing bite — on a sturdy and subtle foundation. Sponsored

Cook With Conviction
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1:00

If you are what you eat, sourcing the high quality, authentic ingredients is your best shot at greatness. That’s how Capatriti became the first olive oil to earn the USDA Quality Monitoring seal for both its Extra Virgin and 100% Pure olive oils – just the kind of rep a chef can get behind.

Squad! To Brooklyn, With Love From Italia
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1:37

At LaRina Pastificio & Vino, chef Silvia Barban and her team sling dreamy pasta and drinks from the modern Italian canon. It may not be home, but it’s a very, very close second. Brought to you in partnership with Crocs at Work™, the only kitchen shoes that love your feet like you love your team.

Cooking Your Heritage with Chef Hooni Kim | Elevated
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Chef Hooni Kim (Hanjan/Danji) yearned for the pride that comes from cooking food from your heritage, so he and his wife took their savings, spent it on a restaurant instead of a house, and found it. Elevated is a series where chefs talk challenges faced, and challenges overcome.

Balancing the Stage of the Kitchen with the Theater Stage
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3:03

Ajna Jai spends most of her time at her New York restaurant Pondicheri making sure everything is running smoothly day after day. But the kitchen isn't her only stage: Outside of the restaurant, she finds inspiration at the theatre for her acting career, all with the help of the perfect adventure vehicle the Toyota RAV4.

A Boudin Runs Through It
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Two chefs, 348 miles, and a bottle of antacids in search of the kind of truth found only in a sausage casing.
How to Cook in Chinatown
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October 16, 2015
How one chef's personal vision could restructure our relationship to 24 very tricky square blocks.
Eat These Dishes for World Food Day NYC!
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We're working with José Andrés' non-profit World Central Kitchen and our friends at Resy for a great cause: On October 14th, dine at one of these restaurants for World Food Day, and 10-percent of the proceeds will go towards helping end hunger.

Lobster Mob
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June 29, 2016

Don't even argue. These are the best lobster rolls this side of the Atlantic.

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