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Zucker Bakery’s Turkey-Stuffed Sufganiyah

By Margaret Eby

Zucker Bakery’s Turkey-Stuffed Sufganiyah
Even if you love turkey dinner and a deep-fried glazed doughnut, the thought of the combining the two may not have occurred to you. But, in the age of the cronut and bacon-flavored everything, of course the rare overlap between Thanksgiving and Hanukkah could not leave the pastry world unmarred. In honor of the holiday, the brave owners of Zucker bakery have created a holiday pastry Frankenstein: the turkey-stuffed sufganiyah.Read More


Katz's Deli Gets Artsy

By Margaret Eby

Katz's Deli Gets Artsy
Want a side of art with that pastrami on rye? You’re in luck. As part of celebrations for the iconic Lower East Side deli’s 125th birthday, Katz’s Deli commissioned the space next door to their restaurant to use as a pop-up gallery.Read More


Neil Blumenthal Is Behind Each Pair of Distributed Warby Parker Glasses

By Margaret Eby

Neil Blumenthal Is Behind Each Pair of Distributed Warby Parker Glasses
For every pair of glasses Warby Parker sells, it gives a pair to someone in need. The strategy is as clever as it is generous.Read More


Mile End, Russ and Daughters Both Plan Bars

By Margaret Eby

Mile End, Russ and Daughters Both Plan Bars
What’s better than a bagel and lox? A bagel and lox with beer, of course.Read More


Is Larry Smith the New Black?

By Margaret Eby

Is Larry Smith the New Black?
In ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ Larry Bloom is Piper Chapman’s hapless fiance. In real life, he’s quite different. Meet Larry Smith, the inspiration for Jason Biggs’s character.Read More






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