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A few years ago I won a competition (and a bunch of really nice egg-shaped Denby dishes), for this snack. It was actually the first time I made food for a Superbowl party, and I was anxious to get things authentically, … Continue reading
If you live in New York and you like to eat out, you will inevitably spend a lot of time hanging out outside restaurants with a whole bunch of other people who agree with you that an hour, an hour … Continue reading
Given that a giant NASA satellite is about to hit the earth, now might be the perfect moment for serious thought, some sober and appropriate reflection. Possibly even philosophical or religious musings. Or denial.
Something that Never Happens totally Happened this weekend. People have been talking about 900 Degrees, (the new pizza restaurant to hit the Village) all last week, and that led me to assume that it was open. So Jon and I … Continue reading
We’re going for serious aphrodisiac properties here if you believe in such things: the figs are the most obvious, (apparently Adam and Eve used fig leaves to cover their nakedness in the Garden of Eden) and the honey contains b-vitamins … Continue reading
Valentines Day, it seems, dropped like a stone into the lives of many of my friends with the ripples resonating into the week.
These taste fried, but are actually baked, which keeps the kitchen smelling good, and makes life much easier if you’re feeding a crowd. They can be made a day or two in advance and heated up just before you want … Continue reading
Super Bowl is almost upon us. Which is cause for great joy and celebration in our household – it’s another of those fantastic eating holidays that we missed out on for years through ignorance and being British.