Highlights of this day in history: A pivotal battle in the American Revolution; President James Garfield dies; Bruno Hauptmann arrested in the Lindbergh baby case; Unabomber's manifesto published; 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' premieres. (Sept. 19)
Mary Tyler Moore on casting the "Mary Tyler Moore Show". From the Mary Tyler Moore Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
After bad luck in Flushing, Southern Spice moved its beloved Indian fare to Long Island. The menu spans India, but the Chettinad dishes, like a fierce shrimp curry, are what make the hike worthwhile. CHOW.com's Pervaiz Shallwani filed this report.
Kansas City–style barbecue gets it turn in the city's barbecue spotlight at John Brown's in Long Island City, where addictive burnt ends are cooked for 16 hours until they turn into "candy."
Natural Tofu Restaurant in Queens uses 20 pounds of beef bones everyday to make homemade broth for their Soondooboo, a boiling mini-cauldron of spicy, silky soft tofu stew. CHOW.com Contributing Editor, Liza deGuia, filed this report.
For four weeks beginning in late spring, herring fanatics sidle up to the counter at Russ & Daughters to toss back a Dutch herring that rivals the best sushi. CHOW.com Contributing Editor Pervaiz Shallwani filed the following report on June 18, 2012.
Thick-cut French toast with apples, pecans, and maple syrup is the star of Anella’s weekend brunch menu. CHOW.com Contributing Editor Liza de Guia filed the following report.
Mary Tyler Moore discusses being cast on "The Dick Van Dyke Show". From the Mary Tyler Moore Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
Betty White, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Valerie Bertinelli talk to Larry King about the recent "Mary Tyler Moore Show" reunion on the hit TV Land sitcom “Hot in Cleveland”.
It's rare to find tarts made with as much care as they are at Bien Cuit in Brooklyn's Cobble Hill, where they are making a marvelous chocolate-pistachio tart with brandied cherries that CHOW.com Contributing Editor Alex Van Buren adores.
Mary Tyler Moore on starting MTM Enterprises. From the Mary Tyler Moore Archive of American Television Interview http://www.emmytvlegends.org/interviews
CHOW.com Contributing Editor Alex Van Buren loves the popular octopus-and-bone-marrow fusilli--an inventive twist on Surf & Turf--at Manhattan's Marea.
At Mesa Coyoacan in Brooklyn, diners make a warming meal out of huge bowls of festive Mexican pozole, a hearty soup with a spicy chili broth with braised pork and hominy. Contributing Editor, Liza de Guia, filed this report.
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