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While the experience is decidedly more down-home than downtown, the expert, pressure-fried chicken at the tiny Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter might... More »
Go ahead and drink the Kool-Aid. No, really. The electric-red drink is offered at this Williamsburg restaurant that's imbued with a Southern, cheffy sensibility. Not... More »
Frying up the best chicken in Williamsburg, and some of the best in Brooklyn, Pies-N-Thighs represents a sort of hipsterized Southern diner, a "meat and three" place that... More »
The first thing you notice about Char No. 4 is the smell. It's an aroma you could eat with a spoon-smoky, full-bodied, and porky. The smell comes from the smoker, where the... More »
This Cajun restaurant located inside a punk dive bar turns out food to rival and sometimes surpass our city's many new, fancified Southern restaurants-and it has the added... More »
Sided by mashed potatoes and buttermilk gravy, the fried chicken at 107 West (who knows where the name comes from) is nothing short of miraculous, with a very thin, crisp... More »
After touring the Weeksville Houses, a miraculously preserved African-American village founded after the abolition of slavery in New York in 1827, we dropped in... More »
When we saw the color picture and read the hype about this place in the Times Wednesday food section, we thought, "This has got to suck." Nevertheless, we ran... More »
While New Orleans natives pooh-pooh the po' boys, many New Yorkers appreciate the ginormous portions of gumbo, chicken-fried steak, barbecue ribs, mac 'n' cheese, and... More »
The Bed-Stuy fried chicken destination is sisters with Peaches and the Smoke Joint, but the smaller menu here focuses strictly on Southern cooking. The kitchen whips up... More »
The veteran drummer is one of those rare artists who generates a specific energy when he plays. Long story short, you can feel a perpetual wave of power coming from his instrument. In the large, Carvin’s language is post-bop uproar, albeit working on the refined tip: His team is comprised of craftsmen who match lyricism with fervor, and his running partner Sonny Fortune sits on a couple...
According to the Sibley Field Guide to Birds, the bobwhite is a short, squat member of the quail family, native to the Southeastern United States. With feathers in muted shades of red, brown, and rufous, this understated creature's most prominent feature is the male's talent for endless self-promotion, incessantly chirping, "Bob white, bob white, bob white."
And Bobwhite is...
The best thing about a pot of jambalaya, whether it's made with a box of Uncle Ben's or a bag of Southern long-grain, is the leftovers. The next day, the flavors have deepened. Balled up and fried, the meat-studded, stock-soaked rice gains texture, too. At Exchange Alley in the East Village, the fried jambalaya ($8) is jeweled with Andouille sausage and Tasso ham, served with an...
love the food mac n cheese mashed papas fried chicken, beets banana cream pie,brussel sprouts, meatloaf , salmon, grilled chicken could go on and on comfort food done well Thank you mama for making many a bad days feel betterRead Full Review
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