My maternal grandmother was a phenomenal cook, but her simplest culinary offering has left the deepest imprint in my memory: hairy crabs, steamed plain, served with a dipping sauce of inky-black rice vinegar and slivers of ginger.
Nearly 800,000 people work supplying food to New Yorkers. We traveled to every borough to talk to them about what they eat.
Using apps that resemble Airbnb, New Yorkers are selling dining experiences in their homes.
Gottscheer immigrants put down roots in Ridgewood after losing their homeland a century ago. It’s up to a changing neighborhood to help keep their culture alive.