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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...
Can anyone please help me?
I am traveling to New yory in the near future and
would really like to find a good reataurant that
serves "raclette" (the traditional Swiss version)
so i can compare yo...
Hi, I'm entering a trivia contest (deadline Feb. 29th), and I need to know the difference between Chinese and Italian noodles? Can anyone help me? Please reply directly to my email. Thanks a lot...
I'm having a small party for about 25 which I'd like
to cater with hors d'oeuvres.. something a little
different and eclectic and not empty my not-so-fat
wallet. I'm willing to pick up the grub ...
I'm doing an article on Passover rolls, or what my grandmother called "bilkalach" (I'm told that that was just her word for them, something akin to "thingamajig:). They are completely delicious--mo...
Someone told me that this place on Perry and Hudson
was good. Has anyone tried it?
By chance was walking on Spring near Mulberry and went
into DiPalma Bread store (think they are outlet of a
Jersey City bakery). I had three winner items: a
bread stuffed with broccoli rabe, a ...
For those of you who don't check out the "Elsewhere in America" board, there's a way-interesting
thread going on over there titled "Chinese Nirvana in San Gabriel Valley, CA", and it's incorporated...
Hope this message gets to you. I read your article,
Simple Things, Homely Truths, about the sugar bowl, in
House and Gardens. I was amazed when I saw the
picture! I have the matc...
The selection of good foodstuffs in the Union Square
area keeps increasing. In addition to the great fish
at Catch 21 and the Farmers Market, the great breads
at the FM, O Padeiro and many other...
Best wishes to all of Chowdom for a happy and
healthy New Year from Pat in St. Louis.
Looking for a small cafe that won't break my wallet. preferably with sidewalk seating. Thank you all for your help.
Did anyone save the recipe that appeared in the Dining Out section of the Times for Leek Latkes? I meant to save it but threw it out and our over-efficient super scarfed my pile of recycled newspa...
Hi there, Would anyone know for certain which province in China potstickers originate from? I need to find out for a contest that I'm entering (deadline 12/31). Please HELP! Thanks a lot in advan...
For a highly entertaining account of dining at its most
intrepid, I call your attention to the
Jim introduced the topic of reviewer anonymity--about
which he is quite passionate--over on the Manhattan
board (in the Il Buco thread). It came up regarding
David Rosengarten, who writes New Yo...
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