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manhattan-clam-chowder

Manhattan Clam Chowder

No one really knows who made the first clam chowder with tomatoes, the chowder known as Manhattan. New Englanders, mainly those from Mass...

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horn-amp-hardartrsquos-macaroni-and-cheese

Horn & Hardart’s Macaroni and Cheese

The Automat’s macaroni and cheese was at one time the whole city’s soul food, a comfort to us all. This recipe comes from the...

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3470
knishes

Knishes

Knishes as we know them today were probably created in New York City, modeled after an unknown European prototype. According to Eve Jochn...

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veal-parmigiana

Veal Parmigiana

In Italy, when you say “parmigiana” it is understood to be eggplant parmigiana, because these days there hardly is any other ...

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italian-american-tomato-sauce

Italian-American Tomato Sauce

The yield will depend on how much liquid is in the can. Tomatoes imported from Italy yield the most sauce.

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cold-noodles-with-sesame-sauce

Cold Noodles with Sesame Sauce

Cold noodles with sesame sauce was cutting-edge Chinese in 1969, and New York City’s food adventurers were going to Chinatown to ea...

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lsquo21rsquo-clubrsquos-steak-diane

‘21’ Club’s Steak Diane

By the 1940s, Steak Diane was a standard of Cafe Society haunts. In January 1953, Jane Nickerson wrote in the New York Times that it was ...

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juniorrsquos-cheesecake

Junior’s Cheesecake

Truth be told, this recipe, from Welcome to Junior’s, the restaurant’s own cookbook, makes an even better cake than the one y...

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thin-sponge-cake-layer-for-juniors-cheesecake

Thin Sponge Cake Layer for Junior's Cheesecake

Watch this cake carefully while it’s baking. There’s not much batter, so it needs only about 10 minutes of baking—just ...

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black-and-whites

Black And Whites

On February 3, 1994 (Season 5, Episode Number 77), Jerry Seinfeld, waiting on line in a New York City bakery, used Black and Whites as a ...

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