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We admit that we tend to take limes for granted. More often than not, we have five or more of them slowly gathering brown spots at the bottom of our crisper drawer, ready to be fished out at a moments notice to spritz over a pair of fish tacos or garnish an end-of-day gin and tonic. So it certainly was startling when the cost-effective citrus suddenly began fetching around $1 each at grocery stores,...
Going vegan might be a hipster cliché, but meat-eating actually feels like a bigger part of today’s dominant counterculture. Hipster iconography has always been rooted in nostalgia for, and ironic reclamation of, signifiers of 70s suburbia—the white flight world their parents created, from which they’d eventually escape to return to the cities: mustaches, Pabst, big glasses, big hair, etc. Along with these motifs comes meat—backyard barbecues and roasts on the dinner table. The socially...
Illustration by Sarah Lutkenhaus When it comes to genuinely useful date ideas, is there anyone more trustworthy than an actual couple? Lifestyle advice is all well and good, but it’s always best coming from the people who’ve actually dealt with the waitstaff at a given place, mentally catalogued the spots that are worth hiring a babysitter to get to, felt the inexorable pull to stay in bed with Netflix and pizza and ventured out into...
Behind every great restaurant there stands a great chef. Or, more frequently, a number of great chefs. And because there was such a wealth of notable openings this year, we wound up being introduced to a whole lot of incredible talent. Granted, few of these toques are actual neophytes to the dining scene, but each has made a significant impact on the way Brooklyn ate this year, which is why we’ve named them the best...

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