There are two indeed, but I find the one on Amsterdam and 98 a lot more kid-friendly.
Thanks for believing in our little ones' taste buds! We really enjoyed the new kids' menu and we hope it will be available beyond January.
We will! There is so much more to try there, we are definitely going back.
Although the map shows Fleishers' in Kingston this post is really about the towns across the river. Kingston et al should be the subject of another left bank-oriented column. But thanks for all the great tips!
Yes, indeed, Ca'Mea is just fabulous!
There is a lot of appetizing choices at Blossom, it's not so easy to order! Thanks for the tip.
(and what other vegan places are fabulous?)
Made Rigatoni with onions, leeks, pancetta, chicken broth, salmon and cream in the end and it was great. The salmon provided some nice, hum, texture. Thanks again everyone!
Thanks for all the suggestions, husband here doesn't do eggs, so it becomes complicated.... but I think I might try the rajas con crema or cheese. And I will look up the casserole!
ah, excellent! I didn't know that.
thanks, thanks! I think I am going to go with pasta and some leeks, some cream -- which is what I have available here tonight... I hope it's not a waste of a good leek! I appreciate all the suggestions and yes, I have a cat, but she is finicky....
ah, I love SE Talk. I've been gone for too long.
I think the problem is that the salmon was not terribly flavorful to start with, so it needs a boost from something else.
Thanks for the suggestions. Keep them coming!
@gutreactions we had a lovely meal at New Leaf and if some of the details were not quite perfect, they did not detract much from the overall experience. And indeed, while the manicotti was not successful with any of us, everything else was great. The salmon was cooked beyond what I asked, which was medium rare, but that's it.
I like New Leaf both for dinner and brunch and I am always impressed by their food, setting and service. Brunch is really good if you can manage the wait.
We've known and loved Scott Campbell since SQC. He was not in the day we went.
Sounds like a lot of people like Panettone -- as something else!
Me too. This is what happens every year: I get a Panettone although I've said I don't like it many times. I open it because perhaps this year I'll change my mind. I hate it because it's so dry. Then I leave it open and it dries even more... Then I make bread pudding with tons of butter, cream, eggs and sugar. Then I like Panettone.
Would really love to have a good one one day.
JT rules! And you can get Frozen Hot Chocolate too.
I'm making mexican wedding cookies -- I think they look christmas-y -- and chocolate truffles to give away in "goodie bags" after my xmas party tomorrow.
I think Seoul Station is closed.... any other places to get Korean tacos in NY?
Churrascaria Plataforma in NY
very thinly sliced, all by itself.
hi everyone, it's just a little japanese curry party, not a beer party. @Embackus i think about 10 people. I don't know anything about kegs, but I guess I should have done a little more research in advance of posting here...
I got married 12 years ago at the D&H Canal Museum, and we had our reception across the street at the Depuy Canal House in High Falls. It's about 1h45m from NY, west of Kingston. We picked the place because we loved the restaurant, and to date people mention our 7-course lunch. We also considered the Malborough vineyards, but it was a bit too special.
taboulleh and/or chimichurri, yes.