Two of my friends and I are going to see The Dark Knight at the AMC Times Square (12:01 am showing!). We get off work at 8 (we work in the fashion district) and we forgot to choose a restaurant to eat dinner at before the show! Any suggestions? One is a vegetarian. Thanks!
I'm moving to the Upper West Side of Manhattan next week (in the early 100s) and I had a few questions. Where is the best place to grocery shop, eat, grab an espresso, etc?
I'm moving to a new apartment, and I need to get a convection oven due to a lack of a traditional oven. What brands are the best and what should I look for?
I am looking for the Farmers Market (that is the name) in Delaware County, PA. My Asst. Manager says it has great produce, chocolates, etc. He can't really remember exactly where it is/what day/time it is open, and I want to go! Does anyone know where it is?
About two years ago, there was a really soft, chewy granola bar that my boyfriend had when he lived in New York and now is looking for it. Does anyone remember this bar? It isn't Quaker.
When I visited London about a year ago I had the most fabulous rose water hummus. I have been looking all over for it, but to no avail. Any suggestions on where to find this treat?
My boyfriend asked me to make him pasta this week, and I am at a loss! Any suggestions for a healthy, cheap, delicious pasta dish? (He eats almost anything. He LOVES food.)
There's a recipe for thin-crust pizza in the latest issue of Cook's Illustrated (January/February 2011). In it, Andrew Janjigian (whose name you might recognize from a couple reviews on Slice) tackles the process of getting a good crust and flavorful sauce in a standard home kitchen. For those of you with Cook's Illustrated digital subscriptions, well, the recipe isn't up on the site yet, but there's a teaser video on the site's homepage. You can see that Andrew is using a food processor to start the dough, with a bit of post-processor kneading. He calls for a 1- to 3-day...