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I'll be in NE Puerto rico (Luquillo/Fajardo/El Yunque)
for three days. Any great recommendations? Thanks
very much! -Adam
Is it just me or is the NY Times restaurant section
(both Wed. and Fri.) plodding in Chowhounds footsteps?
The most recent examples that stand out in my mind are:
1. Buying (was it tacos?) from a...
The front page of today's Wall Street Journal had an
article about a "buoyantly corpulent" Italian expat who
goes around to so-called Italian restaurants in NY
(there are people like this all ov...
can anyone suggest a good brunch place that can
accomidate a group of about 20 for a party
going to opera that ends late. any suggestions for late
supper any ethnic walking distance between Lincoln
Center and Mayflowere hotel?
i need a unique place and/or idea for a company christmas party. there will be about 15-20 people. we want good food and something different for atmosphere, etc. looking for more than a room to hav...
Any ideas for a fun place (in Manhattan or Brooklyn)
with good food and rock and roll dance music. Party is
for 25-30 people, next fall.
Can anyone help me as to where Charlotte Russe cups can be purchased? They seem to be almost extinct. Anyone I talk to only has there last handful. I need only 300 of them. If anyone knows wher...
Can you reccommend a good source for muffins and
bagels for a small brooklyn cafe?
I saw a roach climbing up the wall in the bread department of Balducci's today. The countergal finessed it, but we both had looks on our faces like we wanted to run out of there toot sweet. Must be...
Yesterday I received the disturbing new that I have
high cholesterol! especially disturbing because I am
only 23, and have always thought of "high cholesterol"
as something that happened to olde...
I mentioned that dark chocolate is
cardiovascularly speaking, in the
cholesterol thread (see Re(3):
need the help of all chowhounds).
Someone asked for more details,
My spies have notified me that, with Ruth Reichl
coming to GOURMET as the new editor-in-chief,
restaurant reviewer David Rosengarten is departing
pronto. Seems they probably wouldn't get along, ...
He also has to pay a fine and do community service
for cooking the books at his restaurant to the tune
of $140K. The Food Network must be pretty embarrassed.
They probably burned the tapes of all ...
I'm trying to find this article on Yahoo News; I weould
post it (it was a repost), but in deference to our
fearless leader I'm hesitant. In it, Associated Press
writer DONNA ABU-NASR writes abou...
I've enjoyed the best Chinese dumplings in restaurants
that by some misterious reason have ended up closing.
Any suggestions? I just love sesame sauce too.
Congrats Jim on the write up in the Times yesterday.
It was fun discovering it while reading in the car en
route to "lunch" with George Washington at the New
York Historical Society.
I finally got my sweaty hands on the book, DINING
OUT: Secrets from America's Leading Critics, Chefs,
and Restaurateurs. It's a lot of fun, and features
Jim Leff, Jonathan Gold, and Robert Sie...
I noticed you upgraded the Hot Posts window this
weekend, to remember its last screen position. Thanks,
it had been a nagging if subliminal irritation to have
to move it every time I went to che...
For an British perspective on Ruth Reichl's departure
from the New York Times I thought some of you might be
interested to read the article 'Dining Queen of the Big
Apple'(URL below) on the Lond...
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