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    A Taste of New York

    As part of the current Postcard Swap, each particpant is sharing a recipe from their part of the country. It was too hard deciding what recipe representedmy hometown so I created a cookbook of recipes. Herein are recipes from NYC restaurants or just too typical of the Big Apple to leave off the list. Whether or not you are part of the swap, enjoy.
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    I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account. The previous owner said this recipe comes from Martha Stewart. It's a delicious cake!!

    Recipe #37625

    86 Reviews |  By Len

    Here's how to make corned beef and cabbage the right way. My thanks to my great-grandmother Delia O'Dowd and other NYC Irish Catholics who invented it. It is not normally eaten in Ireland, folks!

    Recipe #15846

    If you're not watching your sodium intake, use regular instead of low-sodium ingredients. This recipe is based on chili served at Gallagher'ss Steak House, 228 West 52nd Street, New York City, with just a couple of very minor alterations.

    Recipe #26772

    This pizza sauce is easy to make and tastes better than store-bought.

    Recipe #169388

    26 Reviews |  By yooper

    When I orignally posted this back in Jan 2002, I said I had not tried this recipe because it looked like a lot of work. Flash forward to Easter 2007..I finally broke down and made this, and I was right, it is indeed, a lot of work. But it is so worth it. This tastes just like the Junior's cheesecake I ordered off of QVC. I made it again last night for a co-workers birthday and brought it in...everyone was swooning and begging for the recipe! Next time I make this I will make the sponge cake layer a day ahead and just cover it tightly with tin foil and leave it out overnight. You do want to make this a day ahead before you plan to serve it as it's best chilled for at least 8 hours. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #17927

    from the Tavern on the Green restaurant, New York City

    Recipe #26472

    Source: Bobby Flay Adopted 9/06 (Mean Chef)

    Recipe #37758

    19 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I grew up drinking this in the Bronx. Once you could get it at almost any corner soda fountain, now it's considered a relic.

    Recipe #14127

    this is yummy, give it a try on your next wieners

    Recipe #95019

    This tasty dressing was found in The Russian Tea Room Cookbook. Use it on sandwiches, salads or fresh seafood.

    Recipe #34564

    While watching the cooking segment of the October 19th episode of The Tony Danza Show, Chef Rocco's Dispirito's mama prepared her infamous meatballs. I have not tried them, but I have a friend that did the following night and said she will never make another meatball recipe again.

    Recipe #102764

    Oprah recently featured this treat as one of her favorite things. I ordered the mix from Serendipity in NYC. The food editor from our local paper went in search of the recipe after numerous requests from readers and here it is--straight from Serendipity 3 restaurant. When my mix arrives, I'll let you know how this recipe compares to the real deal.

    Recipe #104403

    potatoes and eggs

    Recipe #127200

    11 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This recipe is from the "old" Russian Tea Room Restaurant in NYC (before the original owner's daughter took it over.) Authentic in flavor and preparation (no short cuts) and was always served over RICE (not noodles) at the restaurant.

    Recipe #30862

    10 Reviews |  By Bev

    This recipe for crisp, panfried potatoes with peppers and onions originated in the early 1900s at a Manhattan restaurant known as Jack's. You can vary the recipe by substituting any of your favorite pepper varieties. Serve the potatoes with scrambled eggs, burgers or short ribs. This recipe comes from Casual Cusines of the World.

    Recipe #25545

    9 Reviews |  By Mirj

    New Yorkers (especially Brooklynites) will wax nostaligic over this intensely chocolate cake. I remember having a piece as a little girl and I have never forgotten how wonderful and rich that little piece was. You will get a lot of utensils dirty making this cake, and it has a lot of preparation steps, but it is so worth it!

    Recipe #50115

    8 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Another Perruso family recipe-these are great!

    Recipe #15631

    One taste of these deli-style sandwiches will have you craving for more!

    Recipe #78881

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