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Every true love story begins with tragedy and strife, and BTR's Rebecca Chodorkoff's newly blossoming romance with Chiang Mai restaurant in Red Hook, Brooklyn, is no exception.
Here on Dish + Drink, we publish a good deal of stories relating to a meatless diet. Thanks to resident vegetarians and vegans, we’re all learning more about what it’s like to lead a plant-based lifestyle. While I am not part of this group, I do look to make more conscious decisions than many Americans.
Today, when we think of an Old Fashioned, we think of the popular, but classic whiskey cocktail. Those who know booze history, though, know that the Old Fashioned is the name given to the alleged earliest cocktail: any base spirit, sugar, water, and bitters.
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.
More from the summer salad series brings a Mexican-inspired dish. At the forefront of this salad is spicy grilled shrimp, which pairs with refreshing spinach, cucumber, avocado, and red peppers. Skip Chipotle tonight and make this instead.
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.
A quick side dish of corn and beans is a great way to provide a balanced meal alongside fish or chicken. This recipe also contains a homegrown kung pao pepper that gives a whopping amount of heat, so if you’re looking to go the mild route, swap the kung pao for a red bell pepper instead.
It may be June, but afternoon thunderstorms render grilling out of the question at least once a week. It’s best to be prepared to cook inside on the days that rain is likely. Instead of moping, I choose these days to throw together something simple that still feels elaborate.
This grilling recipe features sesame seeds and a beautiful sashimi grade tuna steak. Serve alongside chili sweet potato chips for the perfect summer weather dinner.
Peanut oil, toasted sesame oil, and chili powder come together in this potato recipe. The result is a subtly sweet and nutty chip with just a hint of a dry heat, which makes these perfect with dinner or as a summer snack.
This Hell's Kitchen Mexican spot serves up a slightly different style of prix fixe brunch that's well worth looking into. Great margaritas, spicy chilaquiles, and delicious coffee are on offer for a decent price.
This grilled cheese is a bit out there, but it's well worth checking out. Red pepper flakes, fig butter, and provolone cheese fuse to form a sweet, spicy, and savory grilled cheese all in one.
Dish + Drink checks out one of the 11 Spice locations in New York City. Thai food is abundant in this city, but Spice is at the forefront of New Yorkers' minds with its consistent menu and good vibes.
Offer up some self-serve dinner to your family and friends with this fun taco bar. Fresh guacamole and spicy salsas mixed with homemade pulled adobo-seasoned chicken make these tacos perfect for any time.
This dip is easy to put together and perfect for serving at your next party.
This Upper West Side restaurant offers a wonderful atmosphere.
This ramen spot in Harlem is trendy for good reason.
This light, but spicy dish is a great alternative to heavy meat, especially during Fitness Week.
This ramen dish is spicy, savory, and even a little sweet all at once.

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