I know NYC does not have a huge Vietnamese population, however I am very interested in participating in a Tet celebration. Does anyone know where there is a Tet event in the next two weeks?
I'm going on a culinary tour of Vietnam in December, completely on a lark. But I don't really know much about Vietnamese food. I'd like to get a better understanding before I head over. Any suggestions on a good authentic Vietnamese restaurant in NYC?
I'm looking for something more than just Pho
I need advice from all of the foodies out there. I work for a nonprofit which encourages open dialogue with the international community about timely topic such as environmental policies and urban planning. In November, I will be hosting 4 people from German who work in the agriculture industry. These people hold various positions such as farmers and state representatives of farmers.
I need to arrange meetings for them to meet with their counterparts here in NYC. I'm looking for suggestions on different and exciting organizations who farm in an urban area. I have already reached out to a few organizations, but no success just yet. I'm open to any suggestions as long as it is within the NYC limits.
Thanks for the help guys!
I'm on this, "I want to read every book about food possible" kick lately. Problem is, when you search on amazon for books about food, you get cookbooks. I want to know ABOUT food, not how to cook it.
I live in the Bronx and I have always been disappointed by the lack of good food. Any time I read a food blog about the Bronx and where to eat, it mentions Arthur Avenue and City Island. My logic is there has to be other good places to eat. My area is over run with Chinese, Pizza and Diners. I need some else.
What else is there?
Linzer cookies are extremely popular in my house. This time I went with something different, nutella. The flavor of hazelnuts in the cookie and the nutella are just right.
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