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I'm hoping to help a friend in Manhattan. She read
about a produce co-op in the NY Times a while back.
This outfit delivers fresh produce to people in NY
City. Of course, one has to join the ...
I'm in Vermont, staying near the Magic Hat brewery. So far, I've sampled Hocus Pocus, which is great --appears to be seasonal, or at least new--and Blind Faith, which is IPA-esque and I don't like...
There is a funny story at
6853-3c6 about odd dishes customers order at expensive
restaurants. My favorite is of someone ordering beluga
I see a lot of people have eaten at the Soup Kitchen.
Has anyone tried the Daily Soup? The sengelese peanut
soup is outrageous. I would love some comments about
The Daily Soup.
I'll be attending a concert at Madison Square Garden
on 8/6. Can anyone recommend a good, moderate $$
nearby restaurant for a pre-show dinner?
I just went to Blue Ribbon Bakery...check out my
impressions in the What Jim Had For Dinner Last Night
section ([BROKEN LINK REMOVED]).
Sorry I'm not posting more...life keeps getting in the
Nice mention in Eric A's article on barbecque in The
Times today. Looking forward to reading your book in
Bad News: Georgie's Pastries and Better Crust Bakery
Good News: Charles Southern Kitchen's all-you-can-eat
buffet is open
Bad News: Charles just split town for a couple of
Made my first donation to PBS in the hope that more
programs about chowhounding are produced by, for and
about the local food scene.
I'd have to say my two favorite characters were the
Burger King and McDonalds restaurants would like to
offer a vegetarian burger option, but they need our
help to do it! Please call your local Burger King and
McDonald's Restaurants as well as Mc...
Just returned from Alsace, France. A great delicacy in that area is tarte flambe - a sort of elegant French version of pizza. Is this available anywhere in New York and if not, why not.
Am curious if anyone belongs to the Slow-Food movement
which is headquarted in Bra, Piemonte, Italy. I am
always looking for a restaurant that serves real
Italian food in NYC.
I currently go to college in Boston and my girlfriend
goes to Rutgers(New Brunswick) in NJ... I get to visit
her every few months and so far we've only gone out to
eat at local places. She's a ...
Al Yeganeh, the Soup Man, plans a day of celebration this Thursday (the day of the final Seinfeld broadcast). All sorts of events are planned, from a cyberchat to a free soup giveaway (to regulars ...
Last week drove up to "The Mason Jar" in Mahwah, NJ on
route #202, just off route #17 where I enjoyed a very
good pulled pork sandwich. The pork is slow cooked
over low heat, using real hickory ...
What's up everyone?
Sat. nite @ Christo's Hasapos in Astoria was real nice!
Great meze and a dynamite porterhouse for 2 ($42.00)
Much better than Luger for $70.00.
Weds. nite with clients @ Solera ...
I recently accepted a weekly restaurant review column for Queens Ledger Papers. They
produce seventeen different community publications (everything from LIC, Astoria,
Maspeth, Glendale, Ridgewood,...
I am looking for a good place for a crowd, probably
about 20-25 people, to go on a Friday or Saturday night
in about 3 weeks. Not too expensive, downtown or
Brooklyn preferred. Ideally someplac...
I also posted this in the "elsewhere" topic...
My first foray into web publishing is an unofficial
guide to Portland restaurants for anyone coming to town
for the International Association of C...
We are looking for a place for tomorrow night- and any
other nights- for my family and another, four kids
total!-to eat. We will be with another family of chef
Dad and Mom and 2 kids, and we ar...
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