New York

Alison Roman – Over a long summer lunch at her Brooklyn apartment, the food writer and ex-pastry chef trades dinner-party tactics, reveals her biggest food heroes and explains why recipes exist to be subverted

Inside Alison Roman’s Kitchen – The New York food writer picks out a very useful fruit, some obsession-worthy tableware, and a cookbook that takes her back to California

Alison Roman’s New York Address Book – The food writer on her four favourite NYC pizzerias, the place to go for deep-fried tofu and an amazing Middle Eastern grocery

Spring Peas With Anchovy, Lemon & Radishes – “When it comes to spring produce, I prefer my peas raw and my radishes plentiful. Crunchy, spicy, bitter, flawless radishes are only made better by salty anchovy and an aggressive

Roasted Branzino With Basil & Aleppo Pepper – “Roasting a whole fish is easier than dealing with fillets, in my opinion. Cooked on the bone, protected by the skin, it’s almost impossible to overcook. And while I don’t

The Gannet Q&A: Sam Sifton – The New York Times food editor on memorable meals, kitchen soundtracks and being a terrible cookbook flirt

The Tao of Coffee & Other News – This week’s Gannet Digest negotiates perilous honey, the fine art of composting and a salmon in a minibar

Chicken Ragu with Polenta – A tasty, restorative dish that's good for people with busy schedules, by New York restaurateurs Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis

Hugue Dufour & Sarah Obraitis’ New York Address Book – The couple behind M Wells recommend an oyster-lover’s paradise in Manhattan, a “dope” cocktail bar in Long Island City and an “insane” international supermarket

Hugue Dufour & Sarah Obraitis – The couple behind New York's fantastic M Wells restaurants discuss fast food and kitchen hierarchies and fix us some great chicken ragu at their apartment in Long Island City

Inside Hugue Dufour & Sarah Obraitis’ Kitchen – The couple behind M Wells on maple syrup to drink by the glassful, a family bread saw and the Mexican cookbook that everybody loves

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