Anyone bought any cookbooks for use on a Kindle? I just bought my first one and am eager to see how I like it, but somehow i have the feeling I will miss browsing through the book and seeing all the pictures.
My dad is flying in fairly late--arrival at 5:45--so dinner is not going to be until 7:30. I am having three or four other people over probably starting around 3:00 or 4:00. What can I have around for people to nosh on that isn't going to interfere with the feast to come?
Someone gave me these:
Comments? Other recommendations?
Somehow, against my better judgment, I have agreed to into spend Thanksgiving in NYC. I lived there for many years and scrupulously avoided ever going to the parade, but someone thinks my six year-old niece needs to go. Next thing you know, they will be making me go to Disney. In any case, I need to find a place to have dinner on Thanksgiving, and sooner rather than later, I would think for reservation purposes. When I lived there I always cooked, so I'm not really sure where we should eat. We are staying in Columbus Circle. Any suggestions?
New territory for me, but I am looking forward to the challenge. He eats almost all his meals out, and I am trying to convince him that he needs to eat in more. I am stymied, however, as to what to cook beyond vegetarian pasta dishes. Suggestions for good, basic cookbooks?
Photograph by Comrade Bo After being microwaved, decapitated, and stored in drawers for stale-ification, the Peeps have had it. Seriously. They are pulling out the toothpick-et signs and taking it to the streets. This photo was submitted by the anonymous Peep Liberation Front (PLF), who feels especially connected to the movement. Look, the squishy brigade recognizes that being eaten is their destiny, but can they at least die with some respect?...
Photograph from kathyylchan on Flickr At Deluxe Food Market in Manhattan's Chinatown, you can actually buy crocodile meat, displayed with claws attached no less. And since everybody loves crocodile meat variety, there are two kinds available: the leg meat...