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Greenmarket Report

by Trip Kirkpatrick 18 years ago

Wondering if anyone knows of a reliable, regularly updated report on what's currently at the greenmarkets in NYC--m...

Tuna recipe

by Hitzgallore 19 years ago

Wow-this recipe looks real good!-check it out for yourselves, but for me anything with fresh tuna is usually delici...


Governor commented 18 years ago

Cow Eye Tacos

by Pam Sommers 19 years ago

This sensational cover line is for a story on adventurous eating/extreme chowhounding in the NY area in Time Out Ne...


Jim Leff commented 18 years ago

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Top 10 Kid's Menu Items

by Tori Rogers 19 years ago

Chowhound: Where can I find the top 10 (documented) kid's menu items on the net? I know the obvious answers, but ...

Memories of a Lost Egypt

by Allan Evans 19 years ago

A food-centric memoir of Cairo from the 1940's has just been published: Memories of a Lost Egypt, by Colette Rossan...


DavidG commented 19 years ago

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Chinon/bourbueuil food in NYC?

by Jim Leff 19 years ago

I've been assigned to find and profile a restaurant (preferably in NYC, but anywhere in northeast will do) which serv...

Hey, where can I buy some Key Limes downtown NYC?

by amy tarshis 19 years ago

I've got a recipe for key lime pie but cannot find Key Limes. Dean & DeLuca doesn't even have 'em and I'm even wiulli...


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by pat hammond 19 years ago

I'm hoping that with all of the new chowhouders out there someone knows a place in one of the boroughs where they s...


pat hammond commented 19 years ago

New Sterns' Book Due Soon!

by AHR 19 years ago

I just noticed that has begun accepting orders for an as yet unpublished update to Jane and Michael Ster...


gourmetguy commented 19 years ago

Restaurant Portugal

by Josh Mittleman 20 years ago

Riva & I returned to Restaurant Portugal in Ossining last night, Jim, with your review in mind. Great food! The sou...


George Patiño commented 19 years ago

Pearson's Texas Barbecue

by Ellen Goldberg 19 years ago

To all those who have lamented the close of Pearson's -- we're coming back. The pit is on order. We'll have the ...


jeff lang commented 19 years ago

Garlic Chablis

by Heidi 19 years ago

Okay, I'm sure that got your attention, it sure got mine today at an upscale,(read expensive), "farmers market". I ...


Heidi commented 19 years ago

Ruth Reichl is leaving the New York Times!

by Gourmet Guy 19 years ago

I just heard--on good authority--that Ruth Reichl is leaving the New York Times, apparently to go to Gourmet Magazi...


Sue Kister commented 19 years ago

Chinese/Japanese combination restaurants

by Josh Mittleman 19 years ago

There's a trend in Westchester for Chinese restaurants to add a sushi bar and Japanese menu. My impression is that t...


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by BILLY 19 years ago

I recently went to the Pearl Oyster Bar, (for the 6th time). After the wait (30 min. and a few beers on the street) I...


joyce briand commented 19 years ago

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Tips: NE Puerto Rico?

by Adam Riess 19 years ago

I'll be in NE Puerto rico (Luquillo/Fajardo/El Yunque) for three days. Any great recommendations? Thanks very muc...


by PAT HAMMOND 19 years ago

Is it just me or is the NY Times restaurant section (both Wed. and Fri.) plodding in Chowhounds footsteps? The most ...


Jim Leff commented 19 years ago

Article on Italian international culinary police in WSJ

by Alan Divack 19 years ago

The front page of today's Wall Street Journal had an article about a "buoyantly corpulent" Italian expat who goes a...


Jen McAllister commented 19 years ago

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by lee 19 years ago

can anyone suggest a good brunch place that can accomidate a group of about 20 for a party

late nite eats near Lincoln Center

by R Linton 19 years ago

going to opera that ends late. any suggestions for late supper any ethnic walking distance between Lincoln Center a...


Gary Cheong commented 19 years ago

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