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Chef Waxman cuts Bell & Evans birds in half, seasons, and grills them before roasting in the oven. The herb-based salsa verde makes the dish pop New Yorkers have strong opinions about where to find the best bagel, but the only way to really judge a bagel is to try it in its natural form -- without any cream cheese or toasting. The bagel is dense but not bloated, and has a nice crunch that gives way to a pillowy and slightly salty interior.The square grandma slice has creamy melted cheese with pungent and robust red sauce interspersed.It tastes like the ideal dream of what pizza used to taste like "when you were a kid." The city needs more Best Pizza and less cheap pizza.Marco [Canora]’s gnocchi is pure perfection from texture to flavor.It is as simple as can be but warms the soul every time I eat it and inspires to keep pushing me to make the perfect pasta.