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Root Vegetables Enrich Hearty Comfort Dishes

Fresh vegetables aren’t always top of mind when thinking about hearty dishes best served in the chill of winter. But incorporating vegetables into dishes during this colder season can be just as easy as it is with the bounty of the summer.

A NYC Champagne Bar Gives Bubbly New Life

Ariel Arce popped open the doors to her very own champagne storyline at the end of June. You might say it’s the 29-year-old’s love letter to her favorite wine. “It’s like you’re walking into somebody’s living room,” she says about the intimate, eclectic, and—above all—approachable wine bar she’s created.

Huevos Rancheros

Happy guests are just minutes away when you combine Bush’s Best Easy Entrées Texas Ranchero Pinto Beans with eggs, salsa, queso, and tortillas for this Mexican favorite.

Chilling Details Emerge from Ken Friedman's Sexual Harassment Scandal

James Beard Award-winning restaurateur Ken Friedman is the latest industry titan to be hit with sexual harassment accusations. The New York Times released a chilling report Tuesday detailing the accounts of 10 women who have come forward to say Friedman, among other things, groped them, texted employees for nude photos, openly asked for group sex, and let friends and visitors, including Mario Batali, harass employees at his Spotted Pig restaurant, the Michelin-starred eatery helmed by acclaimed Chef April Bloomfield.