$3.00… Just three, U.S. dollars for any of the hearty bruschetta choices at Rubirosa. In a word, mind-blowing, especially at this price. Here we have shredded braised duck, with sweet onions and Parmesan. Totally delicious. I’m thrilled to try the rest of the Bruschetta choices in this neighborhood spot, named for the famous bull-fighting playboy. […]
In the Age of Appetizersruling the culinary world today, it’s become quite the norm for me to fore go an entree and just grab an app or two at the bar. Such was the case ahead of a couple holiday parties last Saturday evening in the Village. Searching for a quick, hearty bite near a […]
Habana may be famous for its grilled corn and Cubano Sandwich, you can trust me there, but I’ve started to have quite a time exploring the rest of the menu. After a long night and a surprisingly early morning, I set forth in tackling this veggie behemoth. The Torta de Queso Blanco y Aguacate […]
Yeah, I’m just showing off my Mom’s and my skills from Thanksgiving… Arguably one of our best birds ever, thanks to the brilliant Molly Stevens who shared her family recipe in Saveur this year. I think she may catch us repeating next year!
Hi Folks, Caught what I thought was an excellent and intriguing post over on Food Republic on why we salt boiling water. Author Jared Levan, who runs a great site called In Food We Trust, points out that it actually doesn’t have anything to do with flavor but to raise the heat capacity of the water beyond boiling at […]