Gail Dosik, the founder and cookie aficionado behind One Tough Cookie, knows everything there is to know about cookies.
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Quite possibly the perfect fried chicken sandwich.
The ultimate egg sandwich.
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"When it comes to Filipino food, everything's gotta be BIG."
Sung Park, chef and owner of Bistro Petit in Brooklyn, is breaking taboos with his bold-flavored Korean French cuisine.
What if you loved food, but the odds were against you?
"Seitan isn't a meat replacement, it's a food stuff in its own right," say the seitan specialists behind Monk's Meats, which produces between 100 to 150 pounds of seitan a day.
I will admit, I'm not the biggest nut person. I rarely crave them. In fact, I don't seek them out. Nuts, in general, don't make it into my pantry as a snack.
I had never seen fresh baked frozen cookies marketed in the freezer aisle before and I was intrigued (maybe a little skeptical), but I'm so glad I tried 'em.
There's nothing like 'em. To me, they have the perfect texture, perfect flavor and crunch.
"For a vegetarian, in particular, it's the best kind of protein you can eat."
Meet Jolene Collins, the founder and artisan behind Jojo's Sriracha in Brooklyn, NY.
Baby boy goats often have a very different fate than female goats on goat dairy farms. Find out what No Goat Left Behind is doing to change that.
Find out what makes a good stock from Rachael Mamane, founder of Brooklyn Bouillon, the first sustainable and traceable small-batch artisan stock company based in Brooklyn, NY.
I've never really thought about what actually goes into a pumpkin ale. I guess, I thought it was just a blend of spices that gave the beer its signature flavor. Until now.
Meet Anna Hodson, the young and gentle, sheep loving shepherd at Kinderhook Farm in Ghent, NY. The farm is dedicated to producing great tasting meat as well as the care and concern of each and every animal.
These are the street food elite: six food vendors cooking up special plates unlike any other in the 5 boroughs.
Real salts, salts not heavily processed in factories, don't all taste the same. They have their own unique "terroir" -- nuanced flavors that give a product a special sense of place.
Montauk Pearls are new to the oyster scene, and the success of their operation has given the East End a new found interest in aquaculture.
"In my head, I just know that if our business failed, it's not because of the product, it's definitely because of our business acumen - that's how m...
The restaurant wasn't doing well financially; they knew they needed something special on the menu to draw in customers. But what could that one thing be?
"Raising kids is really hard work, and if we can make it a little easier for parents to feed their babies better, then I think we're doing the right t...
"You know, for us, it was never really an option to buy our kids products, like Capri Sun, that we felt were really loaded down with sugars and unnatu...
"I think what we're doing is important, it's important for chocolate. And it's important for us that this type of chocolate is known about."
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