I'm planning a trip up to East Harlem around 116th St this afternoon for my fix at Taco Mix. Any other suggestions in that neighborhood? I know there are a ton of options on that street alone, and probably even more a couple of blocks away, but I've become a creature of habit and haven't branched out to any of its neighbors. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I've been eating chinese food in Chinatown as often as possible for the past 12 years or so, but with the exception of X'ian, I haven't tried a new place in a while. Grand Harmony, Big Wang, Jing Fong, Wonton Garden, NY Noodletown and even an occassional late night Wo Hop are the regulars. I just read the review of Famous Sichauan and its got me hankering for a lunch trip down there sometime soon. What other places and dishes am I missing out on?
I've been having a serious hankering lately for a great veal parmigiana. A co-worker suggested that I check out Il Mulino, and it was great, but I want to know, does anybody have any better suggestions? I don't mind forking over the cash, IF its going to be worth it. And while we're at it, its been too long since I've had a great stuffed pork chop. You know, with prosciutto and some cheese oozing out. My brother's got a big birthday coming up, and I would love to take them somewhere great, as well as satisfy my own cravings. Help me!
Over the holidays, I finally succumbed to my fiances request to make miso glazed black cod. What I didn't expect, is that I'd have so much miso left that I would try to find a way to incorporate it into anything else I could come up with. I've already mixed it with some tahini for a great cold noodles sauce, I've made lots of soups, mixed it with roasted garlic and rubbed it on a pork tenderloin, even tried mixing it with some caramel to top off my ice cream, thanks to David Chang for that idea.
Do any of you have any suggestions on what else I can make, or how long it will last in my fridge?
Alright Serious Eaters, I need your help here. I've been on the hunt for fresh rice noodles to make some chow fun at home. I've had no luck at some grocery stores in Chinatown and my next attempt was going to just ask some restaurants to sell me some noodles, but I want to see if anybody here had some tips.
And while we're at it, if you have any recipes for a killer chow fun, please share the wealth. Thanks!
A light and flavorful salad that takes advantage of the sweet crispness of fresh Snap Peas....