CBSN New York's Elle McLogan takes a tour of an abandoned tunnel that's become a cheese aging cave right in Crown Heights, Brooklyn in the latest edition of The Dig.
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."
'Butter Is My Thing': At Junda's Pastry Crust and Crumbs, Baking Is A Family TraditionCBS2's Elle McLogan visits a North Fork bakery where everything is homemade, from the raspberry-cheese strudel to the German chocolate danish.
Albanian Flavors Abound At Dua KafeA husband and wife team make rustic, homey fare at a restaurant named "love."
An Artist's Refuge: The 4th Street Photo GalleryCBS2's Elle McLogan visits photographer Alex Harsley, whose laden gallery stores volumes of pictures of New York City streets, past and present.
Computers? Who Needs 'Em! Not The Owner Of Gramercy Typewriter CompanyFor Paul Schweitzer, who still carries a flip phone, the typewriter is modern enough.
'It's Home': 92-Year-Old Ms. Clara Hayes Runs The Show At Macon Hardware In Bed-StuyAt age 18, Ms. Hayes moved to New York City with $28.
Lexington Candy Shop: A NYC Luncheonette Where Time Stands StillCBS2's Elle McLogan visits a neighborhood fixture supplying milkshakes and small-town atmosphere to the Upper East Side since 1925.
At Backyard Barbeque, 'Everything Tastes Great With Smoke'Along the Nautical Mile in Freeport, Long Island, a retired sanitation worker-turned-restaurateur looks to capture the spirit of a backyard barbecue.
The Dig: Crown Height Cheese Aging CaveCBSN New York's Elle McLogan takes a tour of an abandoned tunnel that's become a cheese aging cave right in Crown Heights, Brooklyn in the latest edition of The Dig.
Beneath The Streets Of Brooklyn, Caves Of CheeseThirty feet underground in Crown Heights, CBS2's Elle McLogan finds tunnels from 1850, laden with cheese. It's all part of Crown Finish Caves.
Bianco Brothers: Family's 50-Year Tradition Found On Knife's EdgeCBS2's Elle McLogan visits Bianco Brothers, a neighborhood institution that's been sharpening Brooklyn's knives since 1971.
Come For Your Passport, Stay For The Food Outside Nigeria's Consulate At Africana Mobile KitchenAfricana Mobile Kitchen aims to bring a taste of home to Nigerians in New York City. The main draw is the jollof rice with goat.
Keeping A Classic NYC Tradition Alive With The Brooklyn Seltzer BoysAlex Gomberg's great-grandfather passed his business down to his son, son's sons, and son's son's son.
Latin Sandwiches And Life Lessons: Doorman-Turned-Chef Follows His Passion At Jibarito ShackAfter ten years working as a doorman, Angel Medina was ready for a change.
The Dig: Long Island's Big DuckWhat's your town's claim to fame? One area on Long Island's east end is known for a very unusual attraction. CBS2's Elle McLogan takes us to The Big Duck in the latest episode of The Dig.
Fans Flock To Flanders To See The Big Duck"We don't have a zip code. We don't have a bank. We don't have a grocery store. But we do have a big duck," docent Janice Jay Young told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
At Rubie's Costume Company, Every Day Is HalloweenCBS2's Elle McLogan goes behind the scenes at the Westbury headquarters of a global costume empire.