Food

Turn leftover Easter candy into gratifying cocktails

Wondering what to do with all that candy your kid’s firm to get for Easter? Toss it right into your cocktail shaker. That’s right — preserve beans, chocolate bunnies, Cadbury Creme Eggs and even Peeps can make for honeyed sips if interconnected with the right spirits. Jelly beans go good with rye whiskey; chocolate is a no-brainer with coconut and …

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Brain solidify has zero to do with your brain

Sad fact: Ice cream, gelato, slushies and other solidified delights have a sucky side — and, no, not the dull sweetened calories. It’s that all too common and unpleasant side outcome that goes by many names: ice cream headache, cold impulse headache, sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia (if you’re all science-y and such) and, of course, brain freeze. It happens when you (or …

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Shake Shack to open in Staten Island at Empire Outlets

Staten Island is finally getting a Shake Shack. The quick infrequent burger sequence — famous for wrinkle cut fries, griddled beef patties and solidified custards — plans to open a plcae there next March, just stairs from the Staten Island Ferry. The quick infrequent mark will be housed at Empire Outlets, a sell mall opening next year. The outside dining …

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Please stop with the Franken-coffee

Enough already with the monsters in a mug. Anyone (including this reporter) who’s ever started the work week with a prohibited crater of what seemed to be unchanging good old joe only to learn by holding a sip that by blunder it’s — tremble — hazelnut coffee will know all of the dramatics. Same goes for coffee flavors like white …

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See-through coffee is a thing

Nobody wants watered-down java. Ick. But a coffee-flavored splash that looks like water may be another story. Clear Coffee, a passed ringer for bottled H2O, is out in England and being hawked as the world’s first pure java in the world. Necessity was the hermit of invention. Two Slovakian sibs, David and Adam Nagy, came up with the thought while …

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Peeps start story: Everything you need to know about Peeps

The iconic chicky and bunny-shaped Easter treats famous as marshmallow Peeps were first hatched in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where they’ve been delivered by the Just Born confectioners given Easter 1953. Back then, it took about 27 hours for just one singular sight to be hand-crafted but today, complicated machines siphon one out in six mins flat. To make them, outrageous machines …

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Here’s where to get a Dole Whip outward of Disney World

Hidden on slight Centre St., the J sight hire at Canal St. is at the heart of a area that’s been a go-to for foodies for much of the past century. These 3 restaurants in Chinatown — one old, two new — are just a few of the options found within a retard of the stop. Chef-designed poke, and pineapple …

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Bill Murray to shake things up at The Manhattan Cocktail Classic

Coming soon… * Get in the spirit. The Manhattan Cocktail Classic returns May 11 – 17 for the first time in 3 years. Actor Bill Murray , who’s an financier in the vodka code Slovenia will kick off the festival with a black-tie cocktail celebration at The Loeb Boathouse ($275 per person) in Central Park. Spirits consultant James Moreland has …

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Lettuce necessity sends prices soaring

Lettuce pray. Salad lovers need to interest to a aloft authority, what with the cost of shaggy greens soaring, interjection to complicated rains in California this winter. Even Caesar couldn’t means the cost of these salads: Basic iceberg is $5.99 a conduct at the Gristedes at 103rd St. and Broadway. Romaine hearts will set you back $7.99. And things are …

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Starbucks invents two new mocktails

Another day, another Starbucks specialty quaff. So meet two new mocktails the sequence has rolled out at its Seattle Roastery, also famous as the java giant’s mothership of invention. The Emerald City Mule is a tip of the shawl (and cup) to Seattle’s nickname — supposed interjection to the city’s enviable greenery. Swimming inside the cup: Starbucks Reserve cold brew, …

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