Summer is ending too soon. The weather is still warm, but college students are already filtering back into the city and the streets are starting to fill with people who have been out of town. Despite not having gotten away, this summer has been a great one. I’ve… Read More
Yeah, the Brooklyn Ice Cream Takedown was a week and a half ago. Yeah, it was okay. Oh, who am I kidding? IT WAS FREAKIN’ AWESOME, YA’LL! I GOT TO SEE SO MANY FRIENDS AND BY THE WAY I ALSO GOT A KITCHENAID STAND MIXER, AN ANOLON PAN, A WÜSTHOF… Read More
Leave it to The Daily Show to perfectly illustrate Post-Sandy NYC. Click below! The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook Quick update: There are so many neighborhoods hit far worse than the East Village. Many… Read More
Just a quick update from higher ground: In the middle of a night of drinking, communal eating, and smoking with the neighbors, I looked out the window to see a giant flash of blue light followed shortly by darkness. It was lights out in the East… Read More
As all here on the East Coast are probably aware from the wall-to-wall news coverage, we are currently headed for a bumpy ride tonight as a freak mish-mash of once-in-a-lifetime atmospheric events will create a giant Nor’easter/Hurricane, with snow slated for those further up north… Read More
As just reported in the New York Times’ Diner’s Journal blog, Milk Thistle Farm has closed. For supporters of local farms, this is such a loss and very sad news indeed. The Hesse Family produced the sweetest, creamiest, and most wonderful milk in the world.… Read More
Two days after Irene and the skies are a brilliant blue. I can’t actually remember when was the last time that I saw a completely cloudless sky, but that is what it is today.
About darn time for the FDA to lower their safe-cooking guidelines for lean pork chops. No more 160° hockey pucks. It’s now a recommended an internal temp of 145°, kids! That means take your pork off the heat at 140° and let it for three… Read More