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In New York, Store-Bought Paratha That Cures All Ills

Here’s a cure for the jaded palate: surprisingly fresh-tasting handmade parathas, packaged by Corona’s Delicious Foods. READ MORE

Sobakoh, Japanese Noodle Contender in the East Village

The newest name to come up in the “best soba in town” conversation is SobaKoh. READ MORE

Think Outside the Bubble: Pearl Tea Discovery at Taco Bell

Near Flushing’s Chinatown, there’s a Taco Bell/Pizza Hut outlet where you find tapioca tea drinks. READ MORE

Daphne’s New Digs and Other New York News

Daphne’s Caribbean Express has traded its lived-in, cafeteria-like room for fancy new digs a few doors east. READ MORE

At Szechuan Garden, a Chinese Menu for Everyone

West Hartford’s Szechuan Garden hides its best and most authentic dishes on a Chinese-only menu but will patiently walk non-Chinese diners through that menu. READ MORE

Black and White Update: Surprise at a Bagel Shop

There is no better black and white cookie than the one from the Pick a Bagel mini-chain, swears sarabeth721. READ MORE

Randazzo’s Revisited: Pass the Secret Sauce

It’s no knock on the seafood at Randazzo’s Clam Bar, but hounds can’t stop talking about the secret sauce. READ MORE

Sweet Breads for Morning, Noon, and Night

Eli Zabar’s E.A.T. has a sweet, rich, yeasted multigrain bread, studded with cranberries and walnuts, that Non Cognomina could nosh on from morning to midnight. READ MORE

Five Hamburger Contenders In Brooklyn

The je ne sais quoi in the alluring hamburger at Cocotte is a dash of cognac, which is drizzled over a fistful of top-notch beef at this Park Slope bistro and bar. READ MORE

Telepan Revisited

From the amuse bouche on, zGustibus was sold on the farm-to-table experience at Telepan. READ MORE