Unlike the real Oktoberfest, which ends the first week in October, DBGB and other NY establishments celebrate this happy holiday throughout the month.
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This season is a time for reflection and I like to reflect on my favorite foods and see the images dancing in my head like sugar plum fairies. So, here are a few of my favorite things... to eat!
My first visit to London was back in 1984 when I was a student at the American University in Paris (AUP) and it was anything but positive. Memorable, ...
We decided to go to Naples, Florida for Easter break and as soon as we told our children, the first words out of my son's mouth were, "Are we going to have that DELICIOUS steak at Strip House?"
We had never taken a cruise and as novices had many questions, the first of which for me was, "which company has the best food that sails on the dates we are looking to book?"
Duck is one of those ingredients we tend to look at in the grocery store and then move on to the chicken section instead. Why? Because often we are not sure how to prepare it and this scares us!
For those of us who are food obsessed, even the thought of dieting triggers anxiety and an immediate sense of self-deprivation. So don't diet, just make tasty resolutions that are healthy and satisfying.
Sometimes it's better not to think about what we're eating and just enjoy the flavor and texture. Whenever I see a dish that contains bone marrow, there is no talking me out of it.
It's the most wonderful time of the year to eat truffles! Some people even organize magnificent pilgrimages to hunt for them in Italy and then eat them atop, well, almost everything.
What I love about New York is that chefs here are constantly inventing new things to eat. Sometimes they're wacky but that doesn't mean they aren't delicious, so I say, when in doubt, Go for It!
So much to eat, so little time! On 23rd and BWAY, a coterie of restaurants have set up pop-ups around the square just across from Madison Park.
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