Latest Comments

Open Thread: Where Do You Take Tourists in NYC?

Cafe Habana in Soho because the people watching on that corner is the greatest and it shows good food in the city is not always $$. Lombardi's for pizza because you can say its the oldest pizzeria in the city. And always Sunday brunch at Balthazar because visitors love the lively dining room.

Bake the Book: Mad Hungry Cravings

always st. louis style toasted raviolis

Cook the Book: 'Classic Snacks Made from Scratch'

favorite childhood snack is powdered dunkin donuts with the vanilla creme inside. my dad would take us to the track and tell us however many times we ran around, thats how many donuts we could have.

Super Bowl Party Giveaway: Baby Back Ribs and Pulled Pork

Eating BBQ Ribs with my grandma at Montgomery Inn in Cincinnati!

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Shake Shack Gift Pack

A gift certificate to shake shack because who can do it better?!!! Melt in your mouth....

Cook the Book: 'The Great Meat Cookbook'

last year xmas even my mom started a new roast tradition!

Cook the Book: 'Secrets of the Best Chefs'

Do not measure anything over the bowl/pot!

Bake the Book: The Epicurious Cookbook

My holly berry cookies, perfect for christmas celebrations!

Cook the Book: 'Jerusalem: A Cookbook'

Simple enough but hummus in Israel is my favorite food in the world!

Cook the Book: 'Burma: Rivers of Flavor'

lunch at mission chinese, delicious and exotic!

Bake the Book: Southern Living: Classic Southern Desserts

Bread pudding, particular a s'mores bread pudding I had once! May be an unconventional combo but is beyond delicious.

Cook the Book: 'Mac and Cheese'

Fried mac and cheese from Reef in Houston. It was a side dish to a salmon entree and while I didn't really want the salmon, I ordered the dish cause I had to have that mac!


magshoff hasn't favorited a post yet.