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An easy salad that can stand on its own or be served alongside other single-ingredient salads.
A cheese course is an ideal holiday treat, with wine or cocktails or in place of dessert.
An introduction to some of the world's greatest blue cheeses.
Full-service market with good, if pricey, selections in produce, grocery items, meat and fish, cheese, bread and bakery.
New York City has more than 50 Greenmarkets. Lucky us.
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A large grocery store with foods from around the world.
A superb Italian grocer in Astoria. Since 1979.
One of New York's best cheese shops and charcuterie, with shops in Williamsburg and Grammercy.
A Greek grocery market, in two Queens locations, with cheese, salads, prepared foods and grocery items.
A full-service grocery market that specializes in Greek foods.
The best ice cream in all 5 boroughs.
Full-service market with good selections in produce, cheese, bread and bakery, meats and grocery items.
Tribeca outpost of a top quality Hamptons cheesemonger.
The City Cook can help with tips for menu planning, recipes, and budgeting your Thanksgiving dinner.
Tangy, spicy and what a color.
Small chain of high quality grocers, up and down Manhattan's west side.
Lou DiPalo of DiPalo's Fine Foods talks with us about Parmigiano Reggiano.
A surprisingly easy way to turn tangy cheese, herbs and eggs into a savory first course or supper dish.
New York outpost of a Seattle favorite cheesemonger.
A luscious fresh cheese from Puglia.
A New York institution, Zabar's has evolved from being a deli to a full-service market.
A top quality national grocery chain with a growing commitment to local farmers and competitive prices.
A spirited and resourceful shop that celebrates cheeses, especially ones with big personalities.
Cheese monger in Sutton Place neighborhood with large cheese selection plus charcuterie, some grocery items and bread.
A Park Slope treasure. Superb charcuterie, cheese, bread and grocery items.
New York has five outposts of this national chain that has a cult following. Three in Manhattan, one in Brooklyn and one in Queens.
Specialty grocers selling cheeses, charcuterie, spices, and hard-to-find imports.
An artisanal grocer in Park Slope.
One of New York's best Italian markets, and at wholesale prices. In Borough Park.
Italian cheese and dairy store in Bensonhurst.
Full-service market in Brooklyn Heights.
All-Italian grocery, food hall, and restaurant. Big, audacious and abbondanza!
It's difficult to find a better resource for meat, poultry, game, fish or seafood in the entire city.
Named for the island of Capri, a summer classic salad of tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil.
This simple cold soup makes a refreshing supper on a hot summer night. Add a piece of whole grain bread to complete the meal.
Cheese market with an enormous selection, top quality and excellent service.
What many consider to be the best Italian market in New York.
In part 2 of our butter primer, we tell you how to make your own and how to cook with butter.
In part 1 of 2 articles about butter, here are tips for choosing and buying from among today's many different choices.
A full-service market with both organic and conventional produce, on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
New York's leading on-line grocer.
Twelve food merchants together in one Midtown Manhattan landmark.
A quick yet favorite hors d'oeuvre made with frozen puff pastry and grated cheese.
A cheese monger that specializes in American artisanal cheeses. Find the shop inside the Essex Street Market.
Williamsburg grocer associated with the popular restaurant and wine bar.
A slice-and-bake savory shortbread that's a perfect companion to a winter's soup or glass of full-bodied wine. From Goat Cheese, by Maggie Foard.
If you think soufflés are old fashioned and tricky, think again. They are easy to make, sturdy to cook, and an affordable favorite, whether sweet or savory.
Welsh rabbit or Welsh rarebit? Either way, this traditional cheese dish makes a satisfying snack or lunch. From Fat, by Jennifer McLagan.
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