If I only have regular breadcrumbs or panko on hand, what substitution ratio would you use? I know the texture will not be as great, but it saves me from running out to the store.
Hate to be the one to point this out, but Chrissy Teigen is misspelled in hed (but fine in copy!)
I don't know if anyone will respond to this, but I am desperately seeking that donut dog bed for my pup! Anyone know where I can get one in NYC? The internet was no help.
Since I haven't been to Peter Luger, the Strip Steak at Club A is phenomenal.
If you're lost you can look and you will find me... Taim after Taim.
Earl's Beer and Cheese: Kimchi and pork belly. Need I say more?
Del Posto and Dirt Candy! It's a tie.
Cooked by my Jewish grandma, aka no food processors in sight — hand-shredded potatoes means more love and time put in to make them delicious!
I'm probably in the minority here, but Ilili!
This summer, it's been a myriad of different-colored asparagus! I feel like every time I stop by the green market, there's something new popping up. I'm obsessed with short-season veggies like ramps and fiddleheads, but my go-to produce includes corn, avocados, and various fruit for summer sangria!
I desperately miss working in Midtown — mostly for Kwik Meal! Dreaming of their Kati rolls (even though Biryani was just one block away.)
I love Chobani, but the thing that excited me most about this post was Wegmans. I'm from upstate New York, and it was a big part of my lifestyle growing up. I mapped it, and from my UES apartment, it's an hour drive. Is that how you two trekked out there?
I don't have a sweet tooth, but that Fried Chicken Luther from D.C.? I could get behind that. Replace the chicken with a medium-rare burger, add a ridiculous amount of cheese -- and hell, maybe some bacon jam? -- with no vegetables. Straight-up meat and bread.
Manning the grill for my late grandfather while he whipped together awesome condiments and sides.
A smorgasbord of meat, of course!
Did you meant to type "worth nothing" or "worth nothing"? It completely changes if I should bolt down there or not!
The Gourmet Cookbook!
This is the neighborhood guide I've been waiting for! Finally -- my actual UES neighborhood.
Betty's ridiculous international dinner party!
It's never going to happen, but I'm going to throw a TIE out there because I'm clearly not an avid football fan. 23-23!
Watching the Puppy Bowl and cooking up a storm!
Thank you! I've read about almost all of these places, but have yet to check them out. Also, this talk post was featured on the SE:NY homepage today! So double thank you for reading and responding.
Le Bernardin and She & Him (and it rhymes!)