Whenever I talk with someone about going gluten-free, the conversation always turns to the same subject — what foods do you miss the most? Actually it goes more like this… I say I’ve gone gluten-free and am feeling great, and they say, “My doctor told me to try a gluten-free diet, but I could never … More what do I miss the most?
It must be travel season, because I’ve been getting a lot of requests for tips on places to eat in NYC. I’m going to list a few must-trys for people who like “cheap eats,” but I’m seeking some dining tips too! I’ll be in Washington D.C. and Philadelphia next week, and I need some foodie … More Any D.C. and Philly dining tips?
First, thanks to Serious Eats for the shout-outs on their NYC page and Hamburger page for my review of Mikey’s. I got about a gagillion page views as a result, and that’s always nice. A friend encouraged me last week to do more restaurant reviews on my blog, and even though my followers don’t comment … More dessert truck is back (sorta) & lamb burgers
Another week, another episode of Top Chef Masters to look forward to, so I thought I’d put judge (and Saveur magazine editor) James Oseland’s Cradle of Flavor to the test again. This time it’s the Penang-Style Stir-Fried Kuey Teow Noodles. I was pretty well-stocked from my shopping the week before, so I just had to … More more cradle of flavor
Today I spotted the “grand opening” flags in front of that new noodle spot I’ve been scoping out at 10 Division Street. Apparently it opened just two days ago. So since Easter isn’t exactly my favorite holiday, I stopped in for a noodle-y lunch. Their specialty is, surprise, hand-pulled noodles.Lan Zhou is bright and shiny, … More new noodles