Thirty feet underground in Crown Heights, CBS2's Elle McLogan finds tunnels from 1850, laden with cheese. It's all part of Crown Finish Caves.

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The Dig Callback: Finding Tranquility In Hard Times At Brooklyn TeaCBS2's Elle McLogan checks in with co-owners Jamila McGill and Alfonso "Ali" Wright to find out how the Bed-Stuy tearoom is adapting during the pandemic.
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Easy Drink Recipe: The 'Alligatorade' MocktailIf you're looking for simple recipes to try at home, bartender Rico Dynan demonstrates his pineapple-coconut mocktail.
Easy Recipes: Jenny's Pimento CheeseIf you're looking for simple recipes to try at home, chef and author Jennifer Brulé demonstrates her take on a Southern staple.
Amid Uncertainty, Local Graduates Plan for the FutureCBS2's Elle McLogan spoke with young people looking to start careers amid the global pandemic.
Operation Infinity: Long Island Volunteers Deliver Groceries To Those In NeedCo-coordinators Jayne Guarino and John Fallon are on a mission to help keep local seniors safe. CBS2's Elle McLogan reports.
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Cooking at Home: George's Combo BurgerIf you're looking for simple recipes to try at home, try an unconventional burger from George Motz.
Cooking At Home: Beatrice's Pasta With TunaIf you're looking for simple recipes to try at home, here's one from Beatrice Tosti, chef-owner at Il Posto Accanto restaurant.
For Owner Greg Rales, Temptation Is 'Torture' At Red Gate BakeryIn pursuing his childhood dream of baking, Rales resists the daily urge to indulge.
Sugar Hill's Tsion Cafe Brings Together Flavors From Africa And The Middle EastChef-owner Beejhy Barhany designed the menu in homage to her Jewish Ethiopian heritage.
Greenwich Locksmiths: Trusted Gatekeeper Works In Manhattan's Smallest BuildingOwner Philip Mortillaro has turned down big offers for his little shop's spot in Lower Manhattan.
Lloyd's Carrot Cake: A Family Legacy Thrives In Riverdale"Made from scratch. That's what it's all about for us," owner Betty Campbell-Adams told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Liebman's Deli: A Riverdale Tradition Since 1953"It's our job. It's our lifeline. It's our tradition," owner Yuval Dekel told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Homemade Pasta Is A 114-Year Family Tradition At Raffetto's In Greenwich VillageMarcello Raffetto founded the shop in 1906. From generation to generation, the business retains its old-world feel.
Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks: An East Village Shop Giving Old Cookbooks New Life"It's amazing how many people are interested in how people used to cook," owner Bonnie Slotnick told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Mimi Vang Olsen Pet Portraits: NYC Artist Immortalizes Cherished Cats and DogsAt her West Village storefront studio, Mimi Vang Olsen paints portraits of dogs, cats, and the occasional guinea pig.
Schmidt’s Candy: Meet Margie Schmidt, The Beloved Candy Maker Behind A Woodhaven Icon"It is steeped in tradition, and we still do everything the way grandpa did it," owner and candy maker Margie Schmidt told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Elle Talks About Iraqi House Restaurant In BrooklynMohammed Almandalawi learned to cook watching YouTube videos. CBS2's Elle McLogan takes a closer look.
Iraqi House: Couple Brings Their Native Dishes To Bay Ridge"I love cooking, and I didn't see any Iraqi restaurant here in New York," owner Mohammed Almandalawi told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
TrainLand In Lynbrook Keeps A Family Tradition Running"When people come in, they see trains, they get excited because it's part of their past, part of their history," Kenneth Bianco, Jr. told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
A Team Of Polish Women Make Pierogi Like Back Home At PierozekRoughly 2,000 pierogi are handmade daily at Pierozek, a Brooklyn restaurant whose name translates to "little pierogi."

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