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25I Super Reflux Essential Extractor

Don't use this for moonshine. READ MORE

In the Wong Place

Imagine my delight when I learned that Bravo.com would be giving us hungry surfers “Top Recipe:The Wong Way to Cook. READ MORE

Feed Me, Seymour!

British scientists create artificial stomach for research purposes; insert English food joke here. READ MORE

The Best Story About Wine Labels You’ll Read This Week

E/The Environmental Magazine fronts a tastefully busty brunette holding a glass of red vino to add a bit of pizzazz to an informative cover story on organic wines. READ MORE

The Stink of Progress

Kraft crafts scratch ‘n’ sniff advertising to pimp cream cheese and Jell-O. Will the stinky ads persuade consumers to stuff their faces with yet more processed swill? READ MORE

God’s Own Flapjack

At the Prather Ranch stand at the Ferry Building farmer’s market, you can get big, fluffy buttermilk pancakes, topped with whiskey-laced maple syrup, served alongside a richly flavored sausage made from heritage pork. For $7 it’s enough food to feed two c READ MORE

Secret Garden

Pepito’s is one of the most boring-looking stores on the street. But be a true Chowhound like rworange and go inside, and you’ll discover that the little Mexican grocery store is actually mostly a restaurant–with a surprise secret garden patio in back READ MORE

New Rochelle Mexican Update: Pork on Parade

New Rochelle, Westchester’s hot spot for Mexican chow, is loaded with rotisserie pork right now. “There seems to be a local mini-trend for tacos al pastor–I’m seeing the notices everywhere,” observes JSexton, whose favorite is the tender, peppery, bri READ MORE

A Meatless, Frankless Surprise at Dash Dogs

At Dash Dogs, even those who shun hot dogs and meat can find a worthwhile bite. Vegetarian sliders–made in-house from portobellos, squash, bread crumbs, and eggs–come with the same eclectic choice of toppings that come with dogs. “Tasty isn’t even the READ MORE

Home-Style Cantonese Food

At Tasty Garden, henrychan888 finally found hearty home cooking like Grandma used to make. For example, the salty fish with steamed ground pork–a lot of places just don’t serve it because of the strong smell. Tasty Garden serves it alone or with a ric READ MORE