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Today's (Monday's) Times crossword puzzle had
"Chowhound" as a clue for "glutton". Perhaps a
grumbling from up "top" at the new unbridled interest
in ethnic food?
Wondering if anyone knows of a reliable, regularly
updated report on what's currently at the greenmarkets
in NYC--most of interest to me are the Boro Hall one
and the Union Square one, in that o...
Wow-this recipe looks real good!-check it out for
yourselves, but for me anything with fresh tuna is
This sensational cover line is for a story on
adventurous eating/extreme chowhounding in the NY area
in Time Out New York's 6/3 -6/10 issue (Judi Dench on
It is a little TOO advent...
Chowhound: Where can I find the top 10 (documented)
kid's menu items on the net? I know the obvious
answers, but need confirmation and can't find it. Can
you help me? Thanks tons! P.S. Qui...
A food-centric memoir of Cairo from the 1940's has just
been published: Memories of a Lost Egypt, by Colette
Rossant (Potter). She weaves a wonderful family tale in
which the recollections of lu...
I've been assigned to find and profile a restaurant (preferably in NYC, but anywhere in northeast will do) which serves at least some specialties (and wines) from Chinon/Bourbueuil. I'll settle for...
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 wiulling to pay good money! Any suggestions?
I'm hoping that with all of the new chowhouders out
there someone knows a place in one of the boroughs
where they sell ponzu sauce. I last had it at Next
Door Nobu. Nobu used to have his own br...
I just noticed that Amazon.com has begun accepting
orders for an as yet unpublished update to Jane and
Michael Stern's "Eat Your Way Across the USA."
I'll continue to buy several copies of ever...
Riva & I returned to Restaurant Portugal in Ossining
last night, Jim, with your review in mind. Great food!
The soups (kale & potato with sausage, bread soup with
seafood) were wonderful and hea...
To all those who have lamented the close of Pearson's
-- we're coming back. The pit is on order. We'll
have the same food, same menu, in Jackson Heights this
time. I hope for a June opening ...
Okay, I'm sure that got your attention, it sure got
mine today at an upscale,(read expensive), "farmers
market". I saw two new products, Garlic Chablis
Cooking Wine and its' mate, Garlic Burgund...
I just heard--on good authority--that Ruth Reichl is
leaving the New York Times, apparently to go to Gourmet
Magazine, though that's not clear. Anyone else hear
I do like her food...
There's a trend in Westchester for Chinese restaurants
to add a sushi bar and Japanese menu. My impression is
that the result is usually a restaurant that does two
cuisines badly, and I wonder why...
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 asked if they are going to take over the space next door? I was informed that t...
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
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