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Pete Wells

NASA: Last month was our planet’s warmest March on record. Incredible warmth, esp in Arctic.…
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Backyard wild strawberries that just appeared last summer are back.
Coyote, blanched, pan fried and braised with chiles, nopales, tomatillo and garlic
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I Sodi exists in its own extraterritorial jurisdiction, like the U.N. The @pete_wells review
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Thanks @nytfood @pete_wells for the best staff party. Never would have happened without you.Senior frogs is amazing
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Can somebody please hire me to write an oral history of this Instagram? You can possibly hire me for free.
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The tl;dr version of @pete_wells's Lilia review: @missyarobbins is cooking pasta again
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Cake by @kcouse172
#WeAreNotThis in NYC. 2 weeks ago @BilldeBlasio & NYC passed the opposite of the NC ordinance. We are ONE New York.
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The light wasn't right for food photography but it was great for design details; I love the shadow the water glass casts on the plate.
Some things people in Britain gave as their "rank, profession, or occupation" on the 1881 census via @jawsew
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Folks digging for clams on Coney Island, 1881. Clams were a major food source for New Yorkers #NYC #history
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When Joseph Stalin looked like a hipster from Williamsburg. New from @theretronaut…
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My drawing of Insa's Mai tai. I will try to do better next time.
Residents of Red Hook, Brooklyn, mourn the death of a beloved barkeep
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Goddammit, the sugar's just not working
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Why my too-busy-for-breakfast city could use more restaurants like @highstnyc:
here's @Koalani on Pamela Moore and Chocolates for Breakfast. So good:
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