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Take a bite of the Big Apple! Paris may be the capital of haute cuisine, but expat Marc Grossman craves the comfort food he grew up with in New York and Brooklyn. So he has lovingly recreated those iconic recipes, from blintzes, bialys, and black & white cookies to pork buns, cheeseburgers, cheesecake, matzo ball soup, and everything in between. Grossman zooms in on particular neighborhoods and their special fare, and even includes addresses of his favorite places to chow down—including Greek restaurants like Tom's and Big Nick's, kosher delis like Barney Greengrass and Murray's Sturgeon shop, or Brooklyn's café-bakeries like Four & Twenty Blackbirds and Bakeri.
Marc Grossman grew up in New York and now lives in Paris with his wife and children. What began, for the author, as “a minor homesick craving—say, for a fresh bialy from Kossar's or a piece of cheesecake from Junior's"—grew into a “full-blown culinary obsession,” which, happily, has resulted in a splendid collection of recipes and photographs that recreate the wildly varied experience of eating in New York. Grossman is the creator of two organic food establishments located in Paris—Bob's Juice Bar and Bob's Kitchen. He has also written books on smoothies, muffins, and bagels.