Shop Cook Eat New York: 200 of the City’s Best Food Shops, Plus Favorite Recipes
This is like a food-lover’s version of our New York: The Big City and its Little Neighborhoods. It has the appeal of other compilations Edible Brooklyn the Cookbook and The New Brooklyn Cookbook, but Shop Cook covers all five boroughs and is much more packed with photos, making it an even better souvenir for visitors.
A follow-up to the authors’ Gourmet Shops of New York (2006), this is a dream tour for foodies everywhere: 150 of the best of New York’s amazing cornucopia of food shops with fascinating photography and recipes that tell you how best to use the culinary gems you find. A must-have for food-obsessed New Yorkers and tourists alike, it includes a new chapter on Harlem and an expanded chapter on Brooklyn. From the famous Union Square Greenmarket to artisanal spots in Williamsburg and hole-in-the-wall ethnic shops in Astoria, no stone is left unturned in the search for New York’s most coveted culinary outlets.
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Susan P. Meisel grew up in New York, where she opened her own catering business more than twenty years ago. Her longstanding relationships with shopkeepers all over the city led