NB: For the brisket, those avoiding wheat for Passover should note that soy sauce typically has wheat in it. And many people avoid mustard on Passover (but there are differences of opinion).
Premise looks very much like the NY Times last week. No shout-out?
Try the avocado toast with feta and pepitas at Little Collins. It's glorious.
Isn't Kefi closed?
Duncan Hines gets extra credit in my house for being non-dairy. Got to give them credit for that!
Where's Holey Creme? Ice cream sandwich on a donut, customized to order!
Dobbs Ferry is not "upstate," thank you very much.
way to make it to wikipedia!
"I hate the f*in' Eagles..."
isn't this 11?
@franko - agreed.
So many non-drinkers at SE commenting on their hypothetical hangover aversions? Query why even bother with this post.
Old Grand-Dad. Totally Old Grand-Dad. If it's good enough for Truman and Joe Paterno, it's good enough for me!
Yes, but how do you actually price it? It sounds like there's a floor based on ingredients, and then just a hunch of some kind for what people will be willing to pay for it - is that right?
takes the protein out?
coffee and cigarettes?
This is a good passover guide for those interested: http://www.rabbinicalassembly.org/sites/default/files/public/halakhah/kashrut/pesahguide5771.pdf
Is this meant to be informative or another ad for peanuts?
no hair nets?
If you're in a bind, why not go Turkish?
I just judge a brunch spread by the number of different preserved fishes I can fit on my plate. . .
Best pie: my dad's