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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...
In reply to my question about eateries near Dyker Heights Christmas lights, Jenkalb suggested chowhound favorite Karam, can you tell me more? What kind of food? Thanks
We will be in Baltimore on Christmas day and the day after. I grew up there but haven't been back for a very long time. Any suggestions for something interesting that is likely to be open aftter...
Anybody know a nice restaurant for a holiday lunch
(semi pricey o.k.) near the Guggenheim (1071 5th
Avenue--don't know cross street). Thanks.
Does anyone know of a restaurant in Manhattan that
serves a good Szechuan style hot pot. For this
dish, usually served for multiple people, the
restaurant gives one a big bowl of boiling very spi...
We now have three good replacements for Erizo. Campo in the Village, Ideya in Soho and now Bolivar on the
upper East side. None are the same but all are good. Both Campo and Bolivar have good are...
we ate at "the cornerstone" in katonah, 914 232 9104. italian/meditt/contemporary food. I recommend it, give it a try. along the lines of cafe stegga in pleasantville.
I've just read about the Christmas decorations in Dyker Heights,Queens.Does anyone know any good places to eat around there? (it's roughly between 18th Ave B and M station and 86 street R station).
For months I have been searching for good Chinese food
within walking distance of my apartment, certain it
must exist yet constantly wavering in my faith. But
tonight I definitely fou...
Having been betrayed by the fickle nature of the Eighth Ave. restaurant scene (see Manhattan posting), I fled across the river to what I thought was the stable world of my own Astoria. I felt in n...
I'm planning to spend a month in Thailand soon. Any
advice on exotic (weird, wacky, wonderful, etc.) fare
to seek out?
After the lifesaving Papasito lunch described in an earlier posting, I spent the evening hanging with one of my volatile friends on W.31 St. Eventually (such is the curse and the joy of this corpo...
Chow Hound got off to a roaring start! Why did it just
die. Hey guy what about a little PR?
San Leandro is hardly the place I'd look if I were
looking to find a bite in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Even so, I found some good chow here. After a morning
at the hot air balloon repair sho...
Dentist appointment, 12:30, E. 35th Street. I show up on time, sign in, start to head for the elevators. Guard stops me: Where you going? 17th floor, sez I. Dentist. They're not there any mor...
For a highly entertaining account of dining at its most
intrepid, I call your attention to the
Experiences? Opinions? Advice?
My wife and I will be in San Francisco at the end of
the month -- can anyone recommend good South American
restaurants in the Mission district?
Can anyone recommend a great place for lunch near West 43rd Street. Want best food with atmosphere.
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