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Medieval Times Goes Modern, Replacing Its Kings With Queens

Medieval Times Goes Modern, Replacing Its Kings With Queens

Monet Lerner, 27, a former teenage actor from Southern California, is one of four young women who share the role of queen at the Medieval Times in Dallas. The company has retooled its production to replace the presiding king with a queen at its castles across North America. Ms. Lerner rides out at the beginning of the show on an Andalusian horse bred especially for the spectacle.

A Popular Taiwanese Chain Opens an Outpost in the East Village

A Popular Taiwanese Chain Opens an Outpost in the East Village

Mung bean cakes, left, and herbal jelly with taro balls are among the treats at Meet Fresh.

Meatless in the Midwest: A Tale of Survival

Meatless in the Midwest: A Tale of Survival

Some patrons, unlike the reporter, line up for brisket at Arthur Bryant’s barbecue, in Kansas City, Mo.

In Vancouver, a Door to a Parallel Culinary World

In Vancouver, a Door to a Parallel Culinary World

Rafal Gerszak for The New York Times

Make Peace With Meat

Make Peace With Meat

Cubes of raw veal shoulder meat for an Asian-style stew.

The Quarterback of the Kitchen? It’s Not Always the Chef

The Quarterback of the Kitchen? It’s Not Always the Chef

Expediters, like Rebecca Raben at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, are crucial to fast-paced kitchens, organizing the data from a constant stream of tickets that notify the kitchen what food to send out to which diners.

The Kindest Cut of All: A Pork Rib With Slow-Cooked Comforts

The Kindest Cut of All: A Pork Rib With Slow-Cooked Comforts

With its deep pork flavor, the country-style rib is ideal in slow-cooked winter dishes like this pork stew with pears and sweet potatoes.

Review: ‘Taste of Persia’ Crosses Borders

Review: ‘Taste of Persia’ Crosses Borders

Baku fish kebabs from “Taste of Persia.”

Lemon Bars, With Blueberries in a Supporting Role

Lemon Bars, With Blueberries in a Supporting Role

Bakers, take note: These are lemon-blueberry bars, not blueberry-lemon bars.

Discovering the Art of Craft

Discovering the Art of Craft

Downstairs kitchen, upstairs dining room. At Craft, the employees called runners run a lot.

There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.

There Is a Free Lunch, After All. It’s at the Office.

At the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank in Washington, employees get a free buffet of dishes like prime rib, crab cakes and housemade beignets.

Smoky Beef and Vegetables in a Petite Package

Smoky Beef and Vegetables in a Petite Package

Smoky beef and vegetable sliders.

It’s Maine Shrimp Season, Without the Shrimp

It’s Maine Shrimp Season, Without the Shrimp

The Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde, Me. Port Clyde Fresh Catch, a seafood distributor, has been relying heavily on crab since regulators decided last month to bar shrimping for a fifth year.

How to Fit All of Asia (and a Food Cart) Into a Museum Cafe?

How to Fit All of Asia (and a Food Cart) Into a Museum Cafe?

The chef Deuki Hong (center) with Bin Chen (left) and Andrew Chau, the founders of Boba Guys, an artisanal bubble-tea chain. They are rethinking food at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, where the Taiwanese artist Hung Yi’s sculpture “Dragon Fortune” guards the front steps.


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