My sister and I will be in Lima, Arequipa, and Cuzco next week. Are there any local restaurants and/or dishes we must try?
I just came from an interview. They asked me my desired salary and I said $12. Is that too low?
My parents are spending Thanksgiving in Sedona but those silly gooses, they didn't even book a place for dinner! Anyone have suggestions? I know it's crazy last minute but any ideas would be appreciated.
I hosted a party where I made a bunch of crustless sandwiches. Now I have a whole bag of crusts. Any thoughts as to what to do with it (other than to feed the birds)?
There are burritos, and then there are California Burritos. The San Diego staple is not trying to be authentic Mexican cuisine—it's basically meat and potatoes stuffed into a flour tortilla for hungry, sand-crusted surfers. The beast of a thing usually involves carne asada, french fries, a bunch of cheese, salsa fresca and of course guacamole.
A few weeks ago, my friend sent around an email asking for help naming her new dog. Some names that were tossed around: Pork chop...Burrito...Kumquat. My vote went to Burrito, hands down (paws down?). But they decided to go with another name—a name that's not even a food, but a food critic. Bruni, as in Frank Bruni. I knew they read the former New York Times critic's reviews every Wednesday morning, religiously, but wow. Anyone else have a pet with a food-related name?