My husband and I will be spending three days in New York in March. We love good food, but we aren't really into the fine-dining thing, and we typically like the hole-in-the-wall ethnic place better than the five-star experience. I'm looking for some suggestions of really good eating experiences. (Street food welcome!) We live in a small town and aren't frequent NY visitors, so we'd love to get a diversity of eating experiences on our trip. We'd also like to spend some time exploring Brooklyn and might try to eat lunch there one day. I can't wait. Any suggestions? (Oh yeah, and I'm expecting, so we'll be doing more eating than drinking.)
A coworker has had a family tragedy and we in the office are taking turns taking them meals. We've already got lasagna covered, and the key is to make something that freezes well, since the family is going to be in and out for the foreseeable future. Does anyone have any good ideas of unique casserole-type meals that will provide some wholesome comfort for these folks?
I had a great fresh margarita in Austin, TX, one time and ever since, I cannot stand the super-sugary mixes I get served in restaurants and find at the stores. I just tried making my own, and have an OK mix of fresh lime juice, triple sec and tequila sitting right next to me...anyone have any great recipes for making 'ritas out there? Suggestions on the ratio of ingredients? What's your favorite tequila?
That is what is in my kitchen right now. Am trying to figure out how to use them in a yummy dinner. suggestions?
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