Tacombi is, in its most bare description, a taco truck inside an open-faced garage. And it’s brilliant. With all main menu items priced at just $4, things can easily get out of hand here, especially with the aguas frescas. Here I tried a range of their fish tacos at the recommendation of many foursquare users, [...]
Probably would have been quite an idea with this view. Now as I get ready to depart down to Soho, hopefully I’ll have similar luck for such nights on my rooftop. Farewell Atlas…
Very impressive work from my friend/digital pimp Joy!
Unfortunately never worked at “Croque Madame” in JFK… Regardless, I still think this is a cool concept for restaurants, particularly ones that need to demonstrate nutritional information on menus. But hopefully this won’t take hold in the fine dining world, it seems almost arrogant.
Sandwich is still the word of the month for April in my kitchen, so I’ve been trying out some new ideas – this one born of pork & pesto! Simply put, I baked some wide slices of slab bacon with fresh thyme sprigs at about 400 degrees in the oven, flipping halfway through to add [...]
Esposito’s Pork Shop is now serving a limited (so they say) run of chorizo sausage and I am happy to provide my endorsement. A little sweeter/softer than the usually more intense levels of heat I’m used to in chorizo, the subtle Italian influence on Esposito’s blend packs a nice balance of flavor and heat. Though [...]
Do you buy salad dressing in the grocery store? I certainly did for a while, especially if I was making some special kind of Sarah Lee-like shortcut, but homemade dressings are often cheaper and nearly always better. I think pretty much everyone knows that, but just aren’t willing to let themselves agree when it So [...]