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The Pastry Chef Who Makes Movie-Themed Chocolates

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The Pastry Chef Who Makes Movie-Themed Chocolates

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An East Village Dessert Shop Returns — A Decade Later, in Gowanus, With Cakes

How to Build a Chinese-American Cookbook

Writer Tienlon Ho talks about collaborating with chef Brandon Jew on their new cookbook, "Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown," and the challenges of documenting this moment in time in Chinese-American food

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The True Cost of Keeping a Restaurant Open During a Pandemic

San Francisco chef and restaurateur Pim Techamuanvivit breaks down COVID-19’s effects, and the difficult decisions she’s had to make

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The Baker’s Apprentice

How Eater Young Gun Zoë Kanan established herself as one of New York’s most promising culinary talents

Thinking About Starting a Food-Related Business? Take This Advice

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Is the $10 Pint of Ice Cream Worth It?

The face-melting price of the ultra-premium, super-artisanal, incredibly indie new ice cream

Madhur Jaffrey on the Legendary Judith Jones

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A Gelato Maestro's Last Scoop

Meredith Kurtzman gave New York its taste for gelato, but even now, on the verge of retirement, no one knows her name