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lobster and viegar

by d.t. 20 years ago

Two summers ago while touring Prince Edward Island, I spoke to an old lobster fisherman. He told me the next time I ate lobster, not to use garlic butter for dipping, b...

Captain King, Ping's, Bo

by Adam Stephanides 20 years ago

I've been lurking here for a few months, and tried a number of the places recommended, so I thought I'd repay the favor by sharing some of my experiences at these places. Last week I went to Capt...

Dinner suggestion needed for out of town chowhound nr. Central Pk South

by Mark M. 20 years ago

I will be in NY next week staying at a hotel on Central Park South. Where can I go for dinner nearby that gives me a taste of ethnic NY and where I do not need a reservation? I especially like or...

Pre-theater dinner in Times Square area

by bluefrog 20 years ago

I know that there was a discussion of this topic a while back, but the information may be a bit stale. We are going to the theater and are looking for a reasonably priced, relatively convenient p...

Kreuz market update - God does listen

by Greg Spence 20 years ago

I've recently had the priveledge of giving the new Kreuz Market (Lockhart, TX barbecue) a thorough going over. I approached the new building and its crucial pits with some trepidation. After all,...

Indian -- Himalaya -- Don't Eat The Yellow Snow

by Tord Svenson 20 years ago

Subject: Tanjore vs. Himaliya From: sethadrie@earthlink.net (Seth Ditchik) Posted: January 01, 2000 at 14:58:55 Seth said --- In Reply To: Indian-Tanjore Posted by Tord Svenson on D...


by Tord Svenson 20 years ago

I was struck by the huge number of selections offered by the salad bar at the Star Market in Central Square Cambridge --just behind the CompUSA store on Mass. Ave. This is a new supermarket --al...

Salad ?

by Tord Svenson 20 years ago

Any recommendations for good salad bars in Boston (T accessible)? My wife and I often enjoy the company of two 4 year old twins born of a Cape Verdean couple who live in Central Square, Cambridge....

wall street/ seaport area

by steven 20 years ago

I'm going to lunch in three hours and I need to find a good restaurant that is relatively inexpensive. Does anybody have any suggestions? Thanks.

Manhattan Special Soda - Not the coffee one!

by Jason Perlow 20 years ago

On perusing the web site of one of my favorite beverages, Manhattan Special Espresso Soda, it appears that they have a new line of naturally flavored sodas True Root Sasparilla True Fruit Orange ...

early morning dining

by Bryan 20 years ago

Help! I work third-shift and finding someplace that doesn't just serve breakfast is virtually impossible? Any ideas?


by PAUL DESORCY 20 years ago

I will be in West Palm on 2/28 for dinner and 2/29 for lunch. Any recommendations would be appreciated!

venice italy apartments/ restaurants/ hotels

by martin merowitz 20 years ago

Search for net site in italian giving author's opinions on many venetian restaurants.Have lost address. Also, other restau recommendations in addition to those posted here. Also sources for rent o...

Singaporean Laksa ?

by Tord Svenson 20 years ago

Joanna - Gary and I had an interesting post series on Laksa. While you can step outside your door and get the best Laksa in Singapore, Gary and I (and anybody else who loves this dish) has to hunt ...

Las Vegas

by A. James Liska 20 years ago

Twenty years ago, Hugo's at the Four Queens was wonderful. Is it still?

new orleans ultimates

by stephen kaye 20 years ago

hi folks, need your s.os. plz. I've got very good friends in from florence, italy. they will be in new orleans in about 2 weeks. I need the ultimate 2 places for dinner, and the ultimate 2 pla...


by Liza 20 years ago

Just picked up a steak of a firm fish called Corvina, from the Wild Edibles guys in Grand Central. He told me to just pan sear in oil. Anyone cook with it before and have any suggestions?

ponzu sauce (again!)

by pat hammond 20 years ago

Just happened on this site called EthnicGrocer.com, While browsing the Japanese items, what to my wondering eyes should appear but Ponzu Sauce. Eleven ounces for 4.19, no tax, no shipping. Ohmygo...

Storing Cheese at Room Temperature

by Dena 20 years ago

I seem to remember, from somewhere in the long-ago, a thick glass canister with a lid that was used to store cheese at room temperature. It had a raised surface with channels in which you put whit...

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