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At Empress Pavilion in Chinatown, it's not 1991, but not bad either

Empress Pavilion is the biggest restaurant in Chinatown, a glittery, hangar-size seafood palace built at the height of the late 1980s boom. In its early years, you would typically wait an hour or more for a table on dim sum Sunday mornings, and in the evenings, the vast hall would be subdivided...

Daily Dish

Jonathan Gold

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Russ Parsons

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Food Recalls

Dining Out

Grilled Cheese Month

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Home Cooking

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Easy Dinner Recipe: BLD's fresh vegetable salad

Because it's the time of year when a trip to your nearest farmers market is exactly the thing to make you forget about traffic, a long work week — or your taxes, which are due Wednesday — here's a terrific salad recipe from the folks at BLD. Make extra dressing and use it later. And remember that...

Scouting Reports

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Beer, Wine and Cocktails

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Wine by the glass, done right, can be better than a bottle