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Culinary Star Lawson

Beef tenderloin with red wine, ...
Data da imagem: 12/02/2019
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Beef tenderloin with red wine, anchovies, garlic and thyme is served with arugula in a recipe from Nigella Lawson in her iconic cookbook "How To Eat," first published in 1998.

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Beef tenderloin with red wine, anchovies, garlic and thyme is served with arugula in a recipe from Nigella Lawson in her iconic cookbook "How To Eat," first published in 1998.

Crédito: Julia Gartland/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Beef tenderloin with red wine, anchovies, garlic and thyme is served with arugula in a recipe from Nigella Lawson in her iconic cookbook "How To Eat," first published in 1998. Since then, Lawson has stared in several cooking shows and has written a dozen more cookbooks. (Julia Gartland/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny Pizza

From the outside, Upside Pizza looks ...
Data da imagem: 08/02/2019
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From the outside, Upside Pizza looks like any other pizzeria in New York.

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From the outside, Upside Pizza looks like any other pizzeria in New York.

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From the outside, Upside Pizza looks like any other pizzeria in New York, Feb. 8, 2019. Upside Pizza is owned by the same Brooklyn natives who own the 2 Bros. dollar-slice pizza chain. (Jeenah Moon/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny Pizza

People eat pizza at 2 Bros. Pizza in ...
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People eat pizza at 2 Bros. Pizza in New York.

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People eat pizza at 2 Bros. Pizza in New York.

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People eat pizza at 2 Bros. Pizza in New York, Feb. 8, 2019. At 2 Bros., two slices and a drink cost $2.99 ? maybe the cheapest, fastest lunch in town. (Jeenah Moon/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Food Containers

Botto containers. The containers are ...
Data da imagem: 06/02/2019
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Crédito: Tony Cenicola/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

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Botto containers. The containers are adjustable and expel the air as they contract to keep leftovers or pantry staples fresher longer.

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Botto containers. The containers are adjustable and expel the air as they contract to keep leftovers or pantry staples fresher longer.

Crédito: Tony Cenicola/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Botto containers. The containers are adjustable and expel the air as they contract to keep leftovers or pantry staples fresher longer. (Tony Cenicola/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Venez Aid

Venezuela’s President Nicolás ...
Data da imagem: 05/02/2019
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Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro, center, at a military ceremony in Caracas.

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Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro, center, at a military ceremony in Caracas.

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A photo provided by the Miraflores Palace of Venezuela?s President Nicolás Maduro, center, at a military ceremony in Caracas, Feb. 4, 2019. Venezuela?s opposition leaders say they are preparing to deliver tens of millions of dollars in donated food and medicine to ease the nation?s devastating shortages and undermine Maduro's authoritarian rule. (Miraflores Palace via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY --

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Venez Aid

Abraham Rivas digs through a dumpster ...
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Abraham Rivas digs through a dumpster in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Abraham Rivas digs through a dumpster in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Abraham Rivas digs through a dumpster in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb. 5, 2019. Venezuela?s opposition leaders say they are preparing to deliver tens of millions of dollars in donated food and medicine to ease the nation?s devastating shortages and undermine Nicolás Maduro's authoritarian rule. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Venez Aid

Children at a soup kitchen sponsored ...
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Children at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Children at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

Crédito: Meridith Kohut/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Children at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb. 5, 2019. Venezuela?s opposition leaders say they are preparing to deliver tens of millions of dollars in donated food and medicine to ease the nation?s devastating shortages and undermine Nicolás Maduro's authoritarian rule. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Venez Aid

Gabriela Vega, in blue shirt, serves ...
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Gabriela Vega, in blue shirt, serves children lunch at the soup kitchen she runs in her house in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Gabriela Vega, in blue shirt, serves children lunch at the soup kitchen she runs in her house in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Gabriela Vega, in blue shirt, serves children lunch at the soup kitchen she runs in her house in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb. 5, 2019. Venezuela?s opposition leaders say they are preparing to deliver tens of millions of dollars in donated food and medicine to ease the nation?s devastating shortages and undermine Nicolás Maduro's authoritarian rule. ?Even though Maduro and his crew don?t want this to happen, we, the people who are suffering, who are hungry, who are sick, we do want this aid," Vega said. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Venez Aid

Volunteers cook lunch at a soup ...
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Volunteers cook lunch at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

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Volunteers cook lunch at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela.

Crédito: Meridith Kohut/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Volunteers cook lunch at a soup kitchen sponsored by opposition politicians in La Vega, a working-class district in Caracas, Venezuela, Feb. 5, 2019. Venezuela?s opposition leaders say they are preparing to deliver tens of millions of dollars in donated food and medicine to ease the nation?s devastating shortages and undermine Nicolás Maduro's authoritarian rule. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Los Angeles Restaurants

The Tam O’Shanter carving station in ...
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The Tam O’Shanter carving station in Los Angeles.

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The Tam O’Shanter carving station in Los Angeles.

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The Tam O?Shanter carving station in Los Angeles, Feb. 3, 2019. The restaurant business is punishing, and Los Angeles is often misunderstood by outsiders as a city without history-- but some places defy the stereotypes, and draw diners of all ages and backgrounds. (Coral Von Zumwalt/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Los Angeles Restaurants

Carly and Ted Hagerman, regulars at ...
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Carly and Ted Hagerman, regulars at the Tam O’Shanter carving station, in Los Angeles.

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Carly and Ted Hagerman, regulars at the Tam O’Shanter carving station, in Los Angeles.

Crédito: Coral Von Zumwalt/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Carly and Ted Hagerman, regulars at the Tam O?Shanter carving station, in Los Angeles, Feb. 3, 2019. The restaurant business is punishing, and Los Angeles is often misunderstood by outsiders as a city without history-- but some places defy the stereotypes, and draw diners of all ages and backgrounds. (Coral Von Zumwalt/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Los Angeles Restaurants

Tam O’Shanter carving station in Los ...
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Tam O’Shanter carving station in Los Angeles.

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Tam O’Shanter carving station in Los Angeles.

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Tam O?Shanter carving station in Los Angeles, Feb. 3, 2019. The restaurant business is punishing, and Los Angeles is often misunderstood by outsiders as a city without history-- but some places defy the stereotypes, and draw diners of all ages and backgrounds. (Coral Von Zumwalt/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Los Angeles Restaurants

A plate of prime rib and sides at the ...
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A plate of prime rib and sides at the Tam O'Shanter carving station, in Los Angeles.

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A plate of prime rib and sides at the Tam O'Shanter carving station, in Los Angeles.

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A plate of prime rib and sides at the Tam O'Shanter carving station, in Los Angeles, Feb. 3, 2019. The restaurant business is punishing, and Los Angeles is often misunderstood by outsiders as a city without history-- but some places defy the stereotypes, and draw diners of all ages and backgrounds. (Coral Von Zumwalt/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Los Angeles Restaurants

Stevie Delgado, who has worked at the ...
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Stevie Delgado, who has worked at the Tam O’Shanter carving station for more than 30 years, in Los Angeles.

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Stevie Delgado, who has worked at the Tam O’Shanter carving station for more than 30 years, in Los Angeles.

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Stevie Delgado, who has worked at the Tam O?Shanter carving station for more than 30 years, in Los Angeles, Feb. 3, 2019. The restaurant business is punishing, and Los Angeles is often misunderstood by outsiders as a city without history-- but some places defy the stereotypes, and draw diners of all ages and backgrounds. (Coral Von Zumwalt/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny British Restaurant

A variety of dishes on toast at Cherry ...
Data da imagem: 02/02/2019
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A variety of dishes on toast at Cherry Point in Manhattan.

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A variety of dishes on toast at Cherry Point in Manhattan.

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A variety of dishes at Cherry Point in Manhattan, Feb. 2, 2019. Not all the neighbors in Greenpoint have noticed yet, but a new chef has taken Cherry Point in a more meat-focused, English-leaning direction. (Caitlin Ochs/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny British Restaurant

Quail with pickled prunes on toast at ...
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Quail with pickled prunes on toast at Cherry Point in Manhattan.

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Quail with pickled prunes on toast at Cherry Point in Manhattan.

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Quail with pickled prunes on toast at Cherry Point in Manhattan, Feb. 2, 2019. Not all the neighbors in Greenpoint have noticed yet, but a new chef has taken Cherry Point in a more meat-focused, English-leaning direction. (Caitlin Ochs/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Ny British Restaurant

Ed Szymanski, who took over as chef ...
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Ed Szymanski, who took over as chef last year, prepares beef tartare and bottarga at Cherry Point in Manhattan.

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Ed Szymanski, who took over as chef last year, prepares beef tartare and bottarga at Cherry Point in Manhattan.

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Ed Szymanski, who took over as chef last year, prepares beef tartare and bottarga at Cherry Point in Manhattan, Feb. 2, 2019. Not all the neighbors in Greenpoint have noticed yet, but a new chef has taken Cherry Point in a more meat-focused, English-leaning direction. (Caitlin Ochs/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Milk Bar

Items for sale at Christina Tosi's ...
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Items for sale at Christina Tosi's newest Milk Bar location in Cambridge, Mass.,

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Items for sale at Christina Tosi's newest Milk Bar location in Cambridge, Mass.,

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Items for sale at Christina Tosi's newest Milk Bar location in Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 2, 2019. As her Milk Bar chain enters the big leagues, the pastry chef?s challenge is holding on to its small-shop charms. (Kayana Szymczak/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Restaurant Complaints

From left: Chris Brutus, Melinda ...
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From left: Chris Brutus, Melinda Shopsin, Zack Shopsin and Luke Kaplan at Shopsin's, which is known for tossing out difficult customers, in New York.

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From left: Chris Brutus, Melinda Shopsin, Zack Shopsin and Luke Kaplan at Shopsin's, which is known for tossing out difficult customers, in New York.

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From left: Chris Brutus, Melinda Shopsin, Zack Shopsin and Luke Kaplan at Shopsin's, which is known for tossing out difficult customers, in New York, Feb. 2, 2019. Restaurant critic Pete Wells encourages diners to bring complaints to management, rather than anonymously torching the place online. (Stefano Ukmar/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Los Angeles Restaurants

The line at Cielito Lindo, in Los ...
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The line at Cielito Lindo, in Los Angeles.

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The line at Cielito Lindo, in Los Angeles.

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The line at Cielito Lindo, in Los Angeles, Feb. 2, 2019. The restaurant business is punishing, and Los Angeles is often misunderstood by outsiders as a city without history-- but some places defy the stereotypes, and draw diners of all ages and backgrounds. (Coral Von Zumwalt/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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