Anybody know where to find dried kiwi (hopefully, for not too much $) in Manhattan or Brooklyn? I had some last year and loved it, but it was from Princeton, and that's a little too out of the way. Thanks.
In the case of peeling kiwis, a paring knife or vegetable peeler seems like the obvious answer—but it's not the correct one. David Pistrang of CHOW.com shows you the best way to remove the skin, using a spoon.
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