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Recipe: Indian Pudding for Thanksgiving

Indian Pudding may be the ugliest dessert every created. But it’s also one of the most delicious–especially if you top it with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream!

Concocted from corn meal, molasses, eggs and spices, Indian Pudding has long been a Thanksgiving staple. Read my story on Saveur.com about how this baked pudding came to be and click her for a recipe by Ed Brown, chef-owner of Ed’s Chowder House in Manhattan.

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Upper West Side: Two Restaurants Get Some Michelin Love

The Upper West Side got a dose of Michelin love yesterday. Jean Georges retained its three

Photo: Chef Ed Brown

Chef Ed Brown

stars. And Chef Ed Brown recived a single Michelin star for the second year in a row for his restaurant Eighty-One.

Brown, who recently opened Ed’s Chowder House in the Empire Hotel, situated across from Lincoln Center, has instituted a budget menu at Eighty-One. That means you can get Michelin star quality food at very reasonable prices.

For more about Brown, read Food and Thing’s recent interview with the star chef.

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