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Chili and Other Cincinnati Eats at Edward’s

Cincinnati expats in serious need of Skyline chili can tuck into a steaming three-way once a month in Tribeca. READ MORE

The Japanese Sweet Potato Lady of Edgewater, NJ

At the Mitsuwa mini-mall, whose Japanese supermarket and food court draw packs of hounds, the chow action starts in the parking lot. READ MORE

Championship-Caliber Chili at Righteous Urban Barbecue

Righteous URban Barbecue’s chili is rich, satisfying, and loaded with meat, including RUB’s famous burnt ends, the twice-cooked fatty end of the brisket. READ MORE

Bargain Lox in Greenpoint and Other Smoked-Fish Tips

Acme Smoked Fish sells its wares to such higher-end purveyors as Zabar’s, Citarella, and Russ and Daughters–and, one morning a week, to us retail-paying civilians. READ MORE

The Chinatown Beat – Noodles, Oysters, and Killer Fried Chicken

A new contender has stepped forward in Chinatown’s hand-pulled noodle wars: Lan Zhou Handmade Noodle on East Broadway. READ MORE

Nurnberger Bierhaus – Soulful German on Staten Island

Solid, hearty German chow is drawing happy crowds at Nurnberger Bierhaus. READ MORE

Middle Eastern Update – Falafel and More Downtown

East Village newcomer Taj-Almoulouk has charged to the top spot in eca’s personal falafel ranking. READ MORE

On Roosevelt Avenue, a Mexican Metamorphosis

One of the best of the latest wave of food vendors hawks superb gorditas and quesadillas in the afternoons on Roosevelt Avenue. READ MORE

Onera Dresses Down; and Other New York News

The upscale Greek restaurant Onera earned critical acclaim and hound love, but that by itself doesn’t pay the rent. READ MORE

Frozen Mochi Goodness at Momofuku Ssam Bar

There’s marvelous fresh-made mochi ice cream on the dinner menu at Momofuku Ssam Bar, says kathryn. READ MORE