I'm going to be around Penn Station and 79th/Broadway areas tomorrow morning and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations to grab some breakfast while I'm there. Thanks!
Anyone have any recommendations on a smallish gas grill to buy that would fit on a balcony?
I go a bit nuts every spring and summer when fresh produce is at its best. I end up buying things willy nilly, without much thought as to how I'm going to prepare, much less eat, all of it myself. After several valiant dinner parties and late night asparagus binges, I still find myself with far too much produce to even consider finishing everything before it starts to lose quality.
It wasn't until I discovered this technique that my egg-poaching success rate suddenly soared to, well, pretty much 100%, where it's stayed ever since. The trick requires no fancy equipment, and can be done by anyone. Watch the video to become an egg-poaching pro.
Back in 2009, Eric Asimov wrote about the overall improvement of Languedoc wines over the last 25 years or so, stating that "In a tasting... of 20 bottles of red from the Languedoc, the wine panel found them still to be all over the place stylistically. But the level of high quality in the winemaking was unexpectedly consistent." After tasting well over 100 wines in the course of a week on a recent tour through the region by the Le Conseil Interprofessionnel des Vins du Languedoc (check out this post for some snapshots and highlights), I can wholeheartedly agree with him, though I did manage to pick out some personal favorites.
Over on Slice, there is legend of a Secret Dipping Sauce. Dmcavanagh claims that I keep the recipe in a vault at the bottom of Oneida Lake. Well, even though it's only 32 degrees here, I went for a swim...