I'll be in the aforementioned cities in July on a music tour... What MUST I try? Specialties of each city? I eat everything... I'm mostly looking for things that may be hard to find in NYC where I live... Thanks in advance!
Jill Cooks Spinach Meatloaf from "The Essential New York Times Cookbook"
CHOW.com Senior Food Editor Jill Santopietro is not a huge fan of meatloaf, but she's game for giving the version from The Essential New York Times Cookbook a try. Here she makes it for the first time. You can find Jill's adapted version of the recipe here if you want to try making it yourself.
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Missing ingredients. Too many guests. A cramped kitchen. Experience the first night of service at Chef Brett Cooper's Aster in San Francisco. Opening Night immerses you in the rush of the unknown, as restaurants around the world open their doors for the first time. These things only happen once. Snag that coveted seat at the line, on us.
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