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    This Goulash Runs Deep: A Classic Recipe

    For a girl and her grandmother, a hearty Hungarian stew spoke louder than words. This recipe traveled with a family from Hungary all the way to Queens, N.Y., and no wonder: Warming, meaty, paprika-spiced and profoundly satisfying, it provides comfort however chilly the conditions outside

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    Sommeliers on How They Moved Up to the Cellar

    Top New York wine directors are the wine world equivalent of super star chefs, but they don’t do it alone. They depend on sommeliers, some of whom may be almost as knowledgeable, if much less well known.

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    Taste Talks Awards Honor New York City Chefs and Restaurants

    Several New York City chefs, restaurants and food professionals were honored by the Brooklyn-based Taste Talks organization at its national awards program Monday night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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    Dos Toros Is Bullish on Expansion

    Dos Toros Taqueria, which operates 11 fast-casual Mexican restaurants in New York City, expects to open four to six new locations annually in the coming years.

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    Putting Down Roots at a Vineyard

    Long Island’s North Fork has a healthy residential real-estate market now, while prices for North Fork wineries and vineyards have been reduced. Would buyers be better off putting their money into the wine business instead?

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    Meals Delivered, Stories Told

    Ralph Gardner Jr. tags along as Citymeals on Wheels delivers food to older New Yorkers who need a hand.

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    Little Italy Sheds Its Red-Sauce Reputation

    As style-conscious restaurateurs emerge in Manhattan’s famed Italian-American neighborhood, Little Italy is in the midst of a reinvention.

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