I'll be attending an art gallery opening in Easton, PA this weekend and was told there's a great tradition of pizza-making in this part of PA. Anyone out there have any suggestions of where to get the best pizza in town?
My mouth waters thinking of the zattar bread I've had at Marhaba in Lambertville, New Jersey. And, the dish of zattar spices put on the table like a plate of salt at Zahav in Philly. Not to mention the zattar used generously at Mimi's Hummus in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.
Which leads me to my question: have you ever made your own zattar spices? Seems to be an easy thing to do: a mixture of sesame seeds, a green spice and....sumac. What is sumac and where do you get it?
While were at it, what is the proper spelling (I've seen 'zattar', 'za'atar', and 'zaatar', among others)? And the proper pronunciation?
In anticipation of the Yankee's Opening Day 2011 on Thursday, we've put together this list of inexpensive and easily accessible local haunts near Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. From Ghanaian to Dominican food, they represent the changing demographics of the borough. While there are a handful of decent vendors at Yankee Stadium, why not skip the lines for a $7 Nathan's hot dog or $8 garlic fries and venture a little further afield?