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Category Archives: New York
For those of us who have to eat from afar. Most of these are in NYC and London, so if you have other local favorites, please add them in the comments! This way, if you want to go out next … Continue reading
I love New York. Why go to India when I can eat at Tamarind? Or to Japan when I can sip udon at Haru? If I can get better exoticisms so close to home, then it certainly isn’t worth the … Continue reading
Of course, lately, we have all been thinking of Japan. And though it might seem gauche to say so, those thoughts have taken me more frequently than usual to my favorite Japanese restaurant. Normally, it’s always the same thing. King … Continue reading
What is Mahjong? Maybe someone can explain it to me. All I know is it was a game my grandma used to play “with the girls”. But now, I’m suddenly into it because I am, literally, obsessed with Mahjong Dumplings. … Continue reading
Maybe this happens to you too. When I leave a place, like home, for instance, I don’t only think about all the people and the places I will miss. I think about the food. I dream about the food. And … Continue reading
Romance may be the domain of the French, but there are some American adages concerning dating—and eating—that I would like to address: to begin with, “there are many fish in the sea,” and “size doesn’t matter.” As anyone who has … Continue reading