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6 Popular Food Trends that Have Taken Over in 2021

6 Popular Food Trends that Have Taken Over in 2021

Having spent most of last year practicing social distancing and ordering take-out, many people have been eager for the full dine-in experience again. With the pandemic curbing most avenues of entertainment, we have also seen people turning to food as a source of...

4 New York City Bars with the Best Frozen Cocktails

4 New York City Bars with the Best Frozen Cocktails

The city that never sleeps isn't just about late-night shenanigans and 24-hour pizza; it also has a rich cocktail culture. These four bars are not only open until the wee hours, but they also serve up some of the most inventive and delicious frozen cocktails in town....

4 of the Best Bagel Spots in NYC

4 of the Best Bagel Spots in NYC

Bagels are more than just NYC's favorite piece of baked pastry; it is the taste of the world's favorite city. It is the taste of the fast mornings as you head out to start your day and tackle your daily goals. In terms of the best bagels, they should typically be...

New York Eats: Popular Foods Everyone Should Try

New York Eats: Popular Foods Everyone Should Try

New York is famous for being a melting pot of cultures. Fortunately, both residents and visitors get a chance to experience those cultures through the wide variety of amazing food.   It's safe to say that of all the foods New York has to offer, there are some...

Making the Perfect Polenta

Making the Perfect Polenta

Polenta is a staple of northern Italian cuisine that dates back centuries. Over the years, the dish has transformed. People in the Middle Ages cooked polenta using raw ingredients. The polenta was made with the cream of cut broad beans cooked in oil, onion, and buckwheat or spelled. In the 18th century, cornflour replaced the chopped broad beans. Polenta can take on many roles during the meal. This dish can either be a replacement for bread, a side meal, or complement vegetables, fish, meat, or cheese as part of the main dish. While polenta sounds intimidating to make, but this is far from true. Be sure to avoid these mistakes when preparing polenta.