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NY Observer article about NYT's William Grimes

by Natasha 18 years ago

Did anyone read this article from a couple of weeks ago? I heard that a few NYC chefs mentioned how disappointed the...


Natasha commented 18 years ago

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German Food in Ft. Lauderdale

by Rachel Perlow 18 years ago

For Jewish people Christmas Dinner usually means Chinese. But during our recent trip to Florida, Jason and I had the...

Indian Food on 6th Street

by Alex Wolfman 20 years ago

It is a daunting attempting to navigate one's way through the numerous Indian restaurants on 6th Steet (Little India)...


Michael commented 18 years ago

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Dog Meat and Monkey Brains

by Tord Svenson 18 years ago

The Chowhound contributors sometimes kvetch about where the meat comes from. We had a lot of jive on the Jay Leno Sho...

D'Artagnan pate

by Joe 18 years ago

Had a wonderful pate that is made by the D'Artagnan co. last week and now I'd lik to get one for a New Year's party. ...


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by Anthony Bourdain 18 years ago

You've gotta feel bad for the folks at DARTAGNAN--at the busiest time of the year--probably their biggest year--when ...


Allan Evans commented 18 years ago

Italian food newsgroup (in Italian)

by Allan Evans 18 years ago

Again a reminder to those reading Italian that the recipes posted on it.hobby.cucina have been amazing. Today someone...


Brian Yarvin commented 18 years ago

Opinions on Cafe Meze?

by Josh Mittleman 18 years ago

Cafe Meze, on Rt. 100 in Hartsdale, got a surprisingly good review in this weekend's Times Westchester section. Has ...


roz commented 18 years ago

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by William Fox 18 years ago

Avoid at all costs: The former Yesterday's is now called Moonraker. The view is the same but the food is bad enough ...

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New in Broward

by William Fox 18 years ago

A great new place just opened in Ft. Lauderdale called Grandma McGillicuddy's. By day it's a Brooklyn-style luncheone...

best fresh ricotta in NYC?

by melissa 18 years ago

Does anybody have a strong opinion on where to get the best fresh ricotta in NYC? Downtown Manhattan preferable.


Susan commented 18 years ago

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French rabbit recipes and website

by Allan Evans 18 years ago The Poitou area is near Cognac (and the extraordinary Pineau wine is produced here). Loc...

cuban-chinese fare

by jennifer kalb 19 years ago

Yesterday, a walk down memory lane. When I was still a child, a more mature person introduced me to the pleasures o...


AHR commented 18 years ago

Five Points

by matt 18 years ago

My wife and I are eating at Five Points this thursday night. we've heard good things; are there any do's and dont's?...


Steve Plotnicki commented 18 years ago

ess-a-jesse that there's still a great one

by Jesse 18 years ago

Had some ess-a-bagel yesterday. Been about 9 months. Forgot how much I miss those things. A bagel that your teeth ...


Jes commented 18 years ago

Why the wait at Bouley Bakery

by Steve Plotnicki 18 years ago

Having read the threads below about Bouley Bakery, I thought I'd post some observations about the various delays that...


judith commented 18 years ago

Kissing at ten a.m., preferably in the Village

by Anne 18 years ago

Look, I know this is a fairly insane query (feel free to snicker), but where else would I hope to find the answer? I...


Anne commented 18 years ago

Halcyon and Mark's

by Judith 18 years ago

Has anyone had dinner at either of these restaurants? If so, how was the service, food, atmosphere?


judith commented 18 years ago

Laksa Recepy

by Tord Svenson 18 years ago

Gary Cheong wrote -- "Penang's laksa is not the Singaporean version that Natasha is looking for. The broth is tamarin...


Tord Svenson commented 18 years ago

speaking of Thai Food

by Sandy Paik 20 years ago

Has anyone been to Thai Food on east 7th street (I think it is between 2nd and 3rd, though it might be between 3rd ...


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