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Tokyo in Texas: Distinctive Japanese Food Is Thriving in Austin

Tokyo in Texas: Distinctive Japanese Food Is Thriving in Austin

Brisket ramen at Kemuri Tatsu-ya, a “Texas izakaya” in Austin, Tex. The dish was an early attempt by Kemuri’s chefs and owners, Takuya Matsumoto and Tatsu Aikawa, to create a hybrid Japanese-Texan cuisine.

Conversation Served With Cocktails

Conversation Served With Cocktails

Patrons at the Big Bar can try an array of drinks.

Beef and Onions, Made Better With Beer

Beef and Onions, Made Better With Beer

In this hearty, warming stew, golden-brown onions melt into a soft-textured sauce for brawny cubes of beef.

How to Fit All of Asia (and a Food Cart) Into a Museum Cafe?

How to Fit All of Asia (and a Food Cart) Into a Museum Cafe?

The chef Deuki Hong (center) with Bin Chen (left) and Andrew Chau, the founders of Boba Guys, an artisanal bubble-tea chain. They are rethinking food at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, where the Taiwanese artist Hung Yi’s sculpture “Dragon Fortune” guards the front steps.

No Pretenses, but Lots of Personality

No Pretenses, but Lots of Personality

Some of Clandestino’s drinks: from left, a Negroni, a Whiskey Mac and a D’Amiti, a rum and lime drink.

An Icebox Cake Casts Its Spell on Strawberries

An Icebox Cake Casts Its Spell on Strawberries

This twist on the traditional chocolate-wafer icebox cake, run through with strawberries and gingersnaps, has definite appeal for fruit lovers.

Canadian Whisky’s Long-Awaited Comeback

Canadian Whisky’s Long-Awaited Comeback

The writer Davin de Kergommeaux at the Highlander Pub in Ottawa. His 2012 book, “Canadian Whisky: The Portable Expert,” was the first serious guide to the product in decades, and interest was scant. “I was very much a voice in the wilderness,” he said.

Cod Optimization, From Head to Tail

Cod Optimization, From Head to Tail

A cod’s brain, lips and eyes go into a pasta sauce.

Review: ‘Mozza at Home’ and ‘Eat in My Kitchen’

Review: ‘Mozza at Home’ and ‘Eat in My Kitchen’

“Mozza at Home”
by Nancy Silverton
with Carolynn Carreño
(Knopf, $35, Oct. 25)

With a Sniff and a Signal, These Dogs Hunt Down Threats to Bees

With a Sniff and a Signal, These Dogs Hunt Down Threats to Bees

Cybil Preston, chief apiary inspector for the Maryland Department of Agriculture, is expanding her canine detection program, training dogs to find traces of American foulbrood, a bacteria that can decimate beehives.

Winter Squash Finds a Mate in Tofu

Winter Squash Finds a Mate in Tofu

Sweet-and-spicy roasted tofu and squash.

A Fresh, Bright Way to Stir-Fry

A Fresh, Bright Way to Stir-Fry

Each mouthful of this chicken with ginger-scallion sauce is a little different, one more compelling than the last.

A Festival Where Refugees Cook for New York

A Festival Where Refugees Cook for New York

Nasrin, a refugee from Iran who lives in Queens, preparing falafel in the basement kitchen of Taim in NoLIta.

A Satisfying Soup From the Italian Pantry

A Satisfying Soup From the Italian Pantry

This potato-pasta soup is an example of Italy’s bare-cupboard cuisine.


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