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This recipe is perfect when you want a simple, delicious meal that doesn't require too much prep!
As winter’s cold embrace envelops the state of New York, we seek shelter in dishes that provide comfort through warmth (and butter). Try BTR'S Hannah Sutker's killer recipe for pesto!
Faro in Bushwick, though a newcomer to the scene, has collected quite a few accolades during its short but influential run. It was only right that Dish and Drink's Rebecca Chodorkoff make the trip and decide for herself.
Some might call this genre “comfort food,” but let’s be honest, nobody eats it when they’re comfortable. These depression foods might just be worth the tears, though. So buck up everybody, your life might suck but at least pizza exists.
This recipe brings together garlic chili shrimp with lemon, goat cheese, zucchini, white mushrooms, and fresh egg pasta. Three kinds of pepper add another layer of flavor to this zesty and spicy dish.
This dish has all of the notes and flair of summer in Italy without having to spend too many moments outdoors in the sweltering weather. Fresh lemon, spinach, and rosemary meet in this pasta and grilled chicken dish alongside garlic, wine, and sauteed onion.
This three cheese macaroni and cheese recipe also includes black pepper, bourbon, and soy milk. The bourbon and black pepper add a nice punch and kick, respectively, while the soy milk adds a sweetness that pairs well with the bourbon.
There's no grill necessary here to create an element of southwest summer barbecuing. It's the perfect meal to cook on a weeknight when there’s a heavy thunderstorm that prohibits outdoor cooking.
It has been quite a while since I ran a recipe that resembles something of a “garbage” dish. This one does just that and combines leftover shrimp and arugula with mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, and rigatoni.
Over the course of the past year or two, zucchini pasta, or “zoodles,” have become quite popular. Zoodles are spaghetti-shaped zucchini slices and are much lower in carbohydrates than actual spaghetti. There are several ways to make these, but the most simple is to use a spirelli.
This shrimp dish is full of flavor. It’s packed with a dry heat thanks to cayenne pepper, but it is also a bit sweet from loads of fresh tomatoes and herbal from parsley, oregano, and basil.
The owners of Ferraro’s Ristorante in Westfield, NJ recently opened Anna’s Ristorante in the nearby town of Summit, NJ. The popular Italian spot is located on Union Place directly next door to The Office Beer Bar & Grill.
This Italian-Sardinian spot owns up to its high ratings.
This Morningside Heights Italian restaurant is the perfect neighborhood spot.
Escape to the coast with this summery recipe.
A simple lemon and garlic pasta dish goes a long way with a little bit of vegetables and sausage.