In this week's roundup of new videos, a pizzaiolo at Farinella Bakery crafts a four foot long pie, Giardino D'oro in the Financial District quickly rebuilds after Sandy, Zohar Zohar uses family recipes to make some unique cookies at Zucker Bakery in the East Village, and Samantha Stephens puts a creative spin on oatmeal at her Greenwich Village shop OatMeals.
1) New York Pizza the Farinella Bakery Way:
This one's for the pizza lovers. And yes, that pie is four feet long:
2) Giardino D'oro Makes a Comeback After Sandy:
The Gold Street restaurant Giardino D'oro is back and better than ever after Hurricane Sandy:
3) A Look Inside Zucker Bakery:
Meet Zohar Zohar, the owner of Zucker Bakery, a small-batch bakery in the East Village:
4) David Bouley's New Year's Eve:
David Bouley is on to something with this New Year's feast:
5) Oatmeal Gets a Makeover at OatMeals:
Here's one for anyone looking to eat healthier in 2013. Introducing OatMeals:
Bonus Video: Be sure to check out the first installment of The Sandy Chronicles, a brand new Eater web series tracking restaurants that were affected by Hurricane Sandy as they rebuild and reopen.
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