SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience celebrates American brewers this June, uniting the everyday drinker and the beer aficionado for a weekend of cuisine and craft brews. June 14 & 15, New York City, Altman Building and Metropolitan Pavilion
In this video for SAVEUR, Mark Israel of Doughnut Plant in New York City talks about his family's history in the doughnut business, the unexpected success of his pistachio doughnut, and how much fun doughnut-making is.
The Japanese lunch boxes known as bento as beautiful as they are delicious. Ekiben, the bento sold at Japanese train stations, are bento at their most exciting: they're usually based on local specialties: up north, you might find a bento featuring snow crab; down near the city of Kobe, you'll find ekiben featuring that region's famously marbled beef. There are over 5000 train stations in Japan, and over 1,600 varieties of ekiben. In this gallery—a companion to the story Beautiful Bento by Kenneth Wapner—feast your eyes on eight of our favorites, all available at Japanese restaurants in New York City this month.