I'll be making the acorn squash lasagna featured in the Crisper Whisperer recently (acorn squash, ricotta, parmesan, sage). What kind of wine would you pair with this dish?
I'm getting great suggestions for Northern New Mexico and now I need some recommendations for Durango and Grand Junction, Colorado. We probably won't be doing any extreme high-end dining, but we're open for anything else.
I'm looking for interesting places to eat in northern New Mexico. I'm talking Cimarron, Angel Fire, Taos. Any and all suggestions will be appreciated!
OK, I know it's early, but I started stocking up on holiday treat supplies and I can't wait to get started! Nuts and butter are in the freezer and I'm putting up stashes of sugar and flour. So what's everyone planning on making this year?
For me it's:
Honey Rosemary Mixed Nuts (as wedding favors for a friend)
Peanut Brittle, tons and tons of it!
Bourbon Toffee with Bittersweet Chocolate and Pecans
Oklahoma Brown Candy
Southern Cheese Wafers
Lemon Thyme Pinenut Bread (Martha recipe)
And some cookies, I suppose. It's the candy that really holds my interest. So, anyone else excited about the upcoming season?
I will be in New York on business and would love some restaurant recommendations. I will be staying in the west 50s and am looking for places around there - I will be putting in very long days and won't want to stray too far from the hotel.
I will eat anything but sushi, I will be by myself, I will be dressed casually, I have a moderate expense budget, and I will definitely want a glass or two of wine with my meal. I will also be pretty tired, so I like places that are relaxed and easy going.
I've looked at some reviews on the Times website and a few places look promising: Viceversa, Park Blue, The Bar Room, Puttanesca, and Molyvas. Am I on the right track?
Any advice will be so appreciated!
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