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Classing Up Risotto, One Plate at a Time

By Seth Fera-Schanes

I typically associate risotto with cooler weather months.  This might be a function of the denseness of the meal and some primeval urge to bulk up before winter.   638 more words

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Heirloom Tomato Season in New York City

By Seth Fera-Schanes

Farmers markets around the city are bursting with heirloom tomatoes right now.  Incongruous in shape, dotted with asymmetrical patterns and splotched with different colors.   98 more words

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Escape From New York

By Seth Fera-Schanes

Flight times from JFK to Buffalo Niagara International Airport will show up as an hour and a half but in reality you are in the air for around fifty minutes.   626 more words

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Green with Envy

By Seth Fera-Schanes

We are entering late August and summer is starting to wane.  Each day brings an earlier sunset and cooler temperatures.  The progression is gradual but inevitable.   52 more words

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Perry St by Jean-Georges

By Seth Fera-Schanes

Perry St restaurant sits on the edge of the West Village and across the west side highway from Hudson River Park. With a modern design, cool crowd, attentive staff and of course good food, Perry St is a spot to add to your NYC restaurant list. 251 more words

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Free Kayaking in the Hudson River

By Seth Fera-Schanes

Free activity is a phrase that will turn heads in the city.  Free summer movies in the park, free wine and beer at a gallery opening and a personal favorite, free kayaking. 389 more words

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Myers of Keswick in the West Village

By Seth Fera-Schanes

Myers of Keswick is “your traditional British grocery store in New York City” according to the tagline on the company website and they really are just that.   248 more words

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