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Oh, turkey: while its feathered counterpart, chicken, continues to ride a wave of resurgent popularity, the unwieldy bird tends to fade into the woodwork shortly after Thanksgiving. Save for sporadic appearances in water-logged sandwiches, of course, which—let’s be honest—bear a bulk of the blame for turkey’s perennial PR problem. Yet the following spots aim to salvage turkey’s reputation once and for all, eschewing outsourced cold cuts for house-roasted bird, and sidelining off-season tomatoes and iceberg...
For every time you complain about the daily hazards of life in Brooklyn—getting nearly run over by school buses as you cycle along Bedford, or that time your ceiling caved in and the landlord didn’t come for four days, or the regular failings of the , just repeat to yourself this one mantra: “At least I have access to some of the best wine and booze in the world!” It’s true. Brooklyn is killing it with wine...
It’s a funny thing about breakfast—we’re told time and again that it’s the most important meal of the day, and yet, it’s the only one where it’s actually entirely acceptable to eat muffins, scones and sticky buns (i.e., cake, cake, and cake). So maybe our moms, teachers and doctors are merely advising us against Pop-Tarts, or those crappy, plastic-wrapped danishes sold at the counter of corner delis, and recommending we jump-start our day with...
Unless you happen to have been born in Puebla—where Cinco de Mayo commemorates their unlikely victory during a battle with the French in 1862—you probably view this coming Monday as Margarita Day. Or maybe Cerveza Day, owing to the lime issue. Either way, tacos and tequila will invariably factor into your evening plans. But there’s no need to appropriate other people’s cultural celebrations in order to appreciate their food and drink. That’s why we’re happy...

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