Win Two Tickets to Choice Eats, March 25th

Dirt Candy! I'm not a vegetarian but I love love their food.

Win Two Tickets to the Lucky Rice Cocktail Feast, May 2nd

Izakaya Ten in Chelsea, great sake bar with awesome takoyaki - at least they were awesome after a couple of drinks, I've never had them sober.

Win Two Tickets to the Lucky Rice Grand Feast, May 3rd

Biang! in Flushing

Cook the Book: 'The Mile End Cookbook'

I love pastrami with chopped liver on rye.

Cook the Book: 'The Mile End Cookbook'

I love pastrami with chopped liver on rye.

Giveaway: Win a Free All-Natural Bell & Evans Turkey from Pat LaFrieda

Turkey and Cranberry Pie

Win Tickets To Brooklyn Beefsteak, September 25

I could eat 1 pound, maybe 2 if I really had to.

Win Tickets to Pizza at Pulino's at the New York Wine & Food Festival

Win Tickets to Carts in the Parc at the New York Wine & Food Festival

Schnitzel & Things!

Win Tickets to 'Singapore Takeout', September 17

Nasi Lemak :-)

Win Tickets to a Hot Pot Master Class

Xiao La Jiao (Little Pepper) in Flushing. I hope they reopen soon!

Super Bowl Giveaway: Wings and More from Rack and Soul

3 Unemployed Recent Graduates, 3 Days, Vendors/Cheap Eats

Just a few random places off the top of my head:
Pam Real Thai
Cachapas y Mas (Inwood, Venezuelan food), try the Cachapas (sweet corn cakes) with pernil
Xi'an Famous Foods - spicy Chinese lamb burgers, noodles, soups
Woorijip for cheap and fast (but pre-cooked) Korean food

Can you help me pick two: European needs help!

I would advise against going to Carmine's (sorry simon). I'm from Europe as well and almost any cheap (as well as expensive) Italian restaurant I've been to there has been far superior to Carmines. I mean, they make their Tiramisu with whipped cream and I don't think it contained even a hint of mascarpone, how can you call that stuff still Tiramisu? Unless they have changed 180 degrees since my last visit I would not recommend going there.

Sorry I cannot contribute something more useful here - just wanted to save you from Carmine's.

Pork-free or kosher ramen in NYC??

Thanks for all your suggestions, I'll definitely try some of them. A friend also suggested Minca, they have a variety of pork, chicken and veggie broths and also chicken as a topping.
Just wanted to add this to the list if someone else is interested.

Pork-free or kosher ramen in NYC??

I would like to introduce one of my friends to the deliciousness of real ramen but she does not eat pork.

Do you know of any place in the city that serves tasty pork-free ramen? I remember eating super-flavorful beef ramen once but that was in Kyoto, a bit far away for just a quick dinner.

Thanks for your help!

What to Eat in Flushing's Golden Shopping Mall's Basement

If you thought the first floor of the Golden Shopping Mall (profiled yesterday) in Flushing, Queens, was cramped, try heading downstairs. Trying to eat the entirety of that basement food court is like descending into madness. There are just so many choices—diced rabbit seeped in red oil and dusted in white sesame, the springy bite of Lanzhou hand-pulled noodles, chewy-skinned dumplings and thick bones full of bone marrow to slurp. How to make sense of it? Here's our guide. More