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Williamsburg Pizza Investor Offers a Free Pizza If You Abuse Domino’s New Pizza Tweeting System

If you didn’t know, Domino’s has recently announced that you can order a pizza by tweeting to them with the pizza emoji (Windows Phone users need not apply apparently?). Williamsburg […]

The Black Rose Jim Morrison

Rock & Roll is Coming Back to the East Village?

Ok, so maybe not in the way most people that have been living in the East Village are hoping for, but how about an homage? If you remember Odessa Cafe […]

Masato Shimizu

Sushi Master Masato Shimizu is Leaving 15 East

If you’ve never been to 15 East (a well-acclaimed sushi spot in Union Square), then you might not know why people care that Masato Shimizu is leaving. Masato happens to be […]

NYC To Get New, Cleaner Food Carts

You know those sorta gross food carts all over the city? You know, the ones you only ever eat at very late at might after a questionable number of drinks? […]

What is Jambalaya?

With roots in France, Spain, Africa, the Caribbean, and Native America, jambalaya is about as USA as food gets, a literal melting pot of cuisines and cultures. It’s one of […]

Glowing Bar

Extensive Whiskey List, Local Vibe, And a Patio @ The Gibson

Looking for a bar in a great location, with a chill atmosphere, and extensive list of reasonably priced and awesome drinks? (Aren’t we all.) Save yourself some trouble, and head […]

Paris on Your Plate: The Croque Monsieur

With a name that’s most often translated as “crispy mister,” you might think this sandwich was destined to appear on a fast food menu. And so, eventually, it did. From […]

Tuna and Shrimp Ceviche

Fresh Seafood, To Go @ Cevich

Lately there has been a huge surge in “fast food” eateries that go above and beyond the “almost-food” offerings of places like McDonald’s and Taco Bell; places that promise a […]

Almond Crusted Chicken Fingers

How to Make Paleo, Gluten-Free Chicken Fingers (That Don’t Suck)

Chicken fingers are a classic dish loved by the young, the old, and the drunk-at-3am-on-a-Saturday alike. And while no one’s gonna sit here and deny how yummy the greasy, fried, […]

Fourth Down

A Brooklynite’s Sports Bar @ Fourth Down

When you think “Williamsburg”, you don’t necessarily think “sports bar”. And while there may not be many, that doesn’t mean the ones that do exist aren’t great. Which brings us […]

What is Chicken Paprikash?

When 16th century explorers began sending new foods back from the Americas, it was as if a giant cornucopia had been emptied over Europe. Italy and Spain made tomatoes a […]

Yogurt Gin Cocktail

Newest Cocktail Ingredient on the Block? Greek Yogurt & It’s Delicious

As great as your classic Manhattan and Gin & Tonic may be, it’s always fun to experiment with new cocktail recipes and ingredients. And, of course, there’s an ever growing […]

Chef Ed Brown of Lincoln Center Kitchen Schools Us on Salmon (Video)

Salmon is an extremely tasty and versatile food. It’s probably one of the few proteins that’s equally good raw as it is cooked. We recently met up with Chef Ed […]

“New Indian” Dinner w/ Simon Majumdar & Michele Ragussis

Recently ForknPlate had the great honor of following its very own Davina Thomasula up to New England to meet up with some old friends, and cook a meal with Simon […]

Goulash: A Fascinating Dish of Necessity

When I was very young, my mother sometimes presented us with a casserole dish called goulash, made of hamburger, spaghetti, something tomato-ish, and a can of alphabet vegetable soup. Even […]

The Best (& Tastiest) Things to Buy at Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s is a bastion of yummy, healthy, affordable food amongst a sea of Whole Paycheck health food stores and less than appetizing cheap-o markets (a la Ron Swanson’s go-to “Food […]

Homemade Dog Food: Better for Them & Easier Than You Think

The desire for people to know what goes into their food and the upswing of homecooking hasn’t just stopped at the human level. More and more folks are opting to […]

Cherries Jubilee: Simple Yet Grand

Twice a year, I celebrate the fact that sometimes life really is just a bowl of cherries. One of these occasions is July 4th, when cherry pie is the order […]

Here’s the Best Veggies to Add to Your Grocery List this Spring

Winter is over! Hip hip hooray! And while it may not feel like shorts and sandals weather yet (here in New York, we’re still battling the last few snow flurries), […]

Best New Places for Fried Chicken in NYC

Walk a few blocks in any section of New York and you’re sure to see some fried chicken joints. However, some are great and some are… just okay (I hesitate […]

New Restaurants You Absolutely Must Try This April

It’s officially spring, and after months of endless snow and bitter cold, that’s certainly cause for celebration. Good thing there are lot of great new NYC dinings spots for you […]

Hot Cross Buns Featured

Hot Cross Buns: A Tasty Bite of Easter Tradition

Hot cross buns seem to be making a comeback in the U.S. Though always popular in the U.K. and Australia, where the buns are in such high demand that bakeries […]

Whoopie Pies: A Delicious and Surprisingly Controversial Treat

Whoopie Pies have long been a classic dessert found in bakeries all around the US. However, with such a long-standing history, often passed down from generation to generation without much […]

How To Make Perfect Pie Crust

Is making pie crust the last frontier for you? It doesn’t need to be. The truth is, anyone can bake a beautiful pie crust. All it takes is a plan, […]