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Apple Cider Doughnuts. Seriously. 

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This is dope: The Serious Eats Guide to Ramen Styles.

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Dan Dan Noodles

Looks like a place worth visiting. 

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Serious East tells us all about fish sauce. 

[Photo Credit: Paul Hillier]

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Serious Eats gives: Spring Salad of Asparagus, Ramps, Snap Peas, and Peas, with Poached Egg and Lemon Zest Vinaigrette.

[Photo Credit: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt]

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Serious Eats has a matzoh taste-test. Oymen.

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Seriously, I’d try this.

[Photo Credit: Jennifer Olvera]

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Serious Eats offers us a recipe for dinner.

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Pasta Alla Norma from Serious Eats.

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Continuing yesterday’s theme, Serious Eats offers a guide to 20 tasty Chinese restaurants (with a movie theater nearby).

[Photo Via: The Girl Who Ate Everything]

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Serious Eats with a cool holiday gift idea.

New York Minute

Over at Serious Eats, Dorie Greenspan takes a tour of the Essex Street Market. I’ve been meaning to get down there. Must do that, man.

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Serious Eats chips in.

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What’s your favorite cut of French Fry? I like ‘em all though I’m not crazy about Waffle Fries.

Here’s where you can get some good fries in America.

[Photo’s Via: Add a Spoonful of Sugar]

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Serious about breakfast.

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Serious Eats tries Nigel Slater’s recipe for a salad of summer leaves, cured pork and cherries.

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Serious Eats gives us Pearl Sugar Brioche Buns.

[Photo Credit: Carrie Vasios]

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Serious Eats vs. Food52: Are you kidding me?

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