Food

‘Game of Thrones’ Hot Pie actor opens bakery in London

Welcome to Westeros bakery. “Game of Thrones” actor Ben Hawkey, who plays baker Hot Pie on the HBO show, has non-stop a London bakery with the ideal name: You Know Nothing John Dough. Hawkey’s You Know Nothing John Dough sells the direwolf bread his impression done for Arya Stark. (Matt Sayles/Matt Sayles/Invision/AP) The bakery will sell Direwolf bread, which Hot …

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Papayas means salmonella conflict — 1 dead, 47 ill: CDC

One New Yorker is passed and 12 have been hospitalized in 12 states interjection to salmonella-tainted papayas, sovereign officials say. The Centers for Disease Control has expelled an warning that salmonella Kiambu has been traced to Mexican Maradol papayas, sole under the Caribeña brand, which have putrescent 47 people. Salmonella can means diarrhea, fever, and abdominal pain — and, in …

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‘Fun Mom Dinner’ stars remember their own eccentric nights

A night out for tapas turns into an unexpected journey for 4 mothers with immature kids in “Fun Mom Dinner.” Gallons of Chardonnay can spin things tapas-turvy. Just ask the stars of the movie, out Aug. 4 — Toni Collette (“In Her Shoes”), Molly Shannon (“Saturday Night Live”), Katie Aselton (“Legion”) and Bridget Everett (“Patti Cake$”). Each already has a …

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All-you-can-eat pizza is now a thing in Williamsburg

Try it… * Mamma mia! How much pizza can one person eat? Hopefully a lot, if you’re formulation on trying the new all-you-can-eat pizza option at the Kesté plcae in Williamsburg (232 N. 12th St., Brooklyn). For $20 per person, things yourself with opposite slices from pies like the Margherita with Proscuitto; Noci E Porcini (fresh mozzarella, cream of walnut, …

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How a Queens jhol momo seller started a Himalayan food revolution

Success is a plate best served cold. In this case, the plate is momo, a prohibited Himalayan transfer that is a tack in the Nepalese and Tibetan village in Queens. For some-more than a decade, momo has been sole flattering much everywhere in Woodside and Jackson Heights. Always hot. Always dry. But in January, a momo seller named Januka Shrestha …

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Here’s where to get a shark burger to applaud ‘Shark Week’

Remarkably, the B sight hire at Prospect Park isn’t nonetheless overshoot with tourists, even yet it’s just a retard from the southern entrances to the park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. And conjunction are the internal businesses in this Prospect Lefferts Gardens nabe, which embody these 3 eateries that are a brief walk from the station. One even serves a …

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8 spots to get free solidified treats on National Ice Cream Day

The only thing better than ice cream is getting it free. And you can do that this weekend as dip shops around the city and country palm out treats on the residence for National Ice Cream Day this Sunday. Sweet deal! The unaccepted annual holiday lands on the third Sunday of Jul — the ideal time of year for a …

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Your kid’s lemonade mount may be illegal, here are the rules

So your kids wish to run their own summer lemonade stand? Sweet! Peddling the spicy and juicy ice-cold splash is a classical way for budding entrepreneurs to earn — and learn profitable lessons about — money. But before you set up shop, know the lemon(ade) laws in your area for permits and licenses for a proxy food service establishment. “Even …

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Inside Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron’s Eiffel Tower dinner

How do you contend Kentucky Fried Chicken in French? French President Emmanuel Macron is treating Donald Trump to a dish tonight at the famed Jules Verne grill on the second building of the Eiffel Tower, partial of Trump’s Bastille Day revisit to the City of Light. The six-course, $262 tasting menu at the Alain Ducasse boite is fit for a …

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New food gymnasium shows Financial District is recuperating from Sandy

The downtown food stage is looking up. The creators of City Acres Markets, a new food gymnasium and grocery store that non-stop Tuesday at 70 Pine St. in the Financial District, contend their epicurean offerings are a sign of liberation for a area still pang from Hurricane Sandy in 2012. “After Sandy, this place was kind of a food dried …

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