Archive for the ‘Flexitarianism’ Category

posted by on Chicken, East Village, Flexitarianism, Italian, Latin, Meat, Outdoor seating, Vegging Out

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When my lease is up at the end of August, I’m itching to move to the West side for a change of pace, but with that itch, I’ve been preemptively neglecting all the wonderful East Village spots that make my neighborhood so great. So I decided to venture to one my local Restaurant Row, a.k.a. [...]

posted by on Comfort Food, East Village, Flexitarianism, Meat, Mexican, Union Square, Vegging Out

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I’ve been reading so much about Dos Toros near Union Square that it was high time I tried this burrito joint, started by two Berkeley, Calif. brothers, who wanted to bring Bay Area’s signature Mexican food style to the Big Apple. I went on Cinco de Mayo (unintentionally!) and the line was out the door. [...]

posted by on Chelsea, Dinner, Flexitarianism, Indian, Vegging Out

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I took an Indian cooking class at Chelsea restaurant Bombay Talkie last summer, and I think they’ve got a crack PR team because it totally made me want to go there for dinner. I’ve gone twice since the class, and even though this weekend’s venture wasn’t as impressive as my first, it’s still worth it [...]

posted by on Flexitarianism, Food etc., Meat, Movies

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Sorry for being MIA! I had to take care of some non-food related matters, but now I’m back in business! I had been meaning to check out the documentary Food Inc. for what felt like forever and when I heard that Chipotle was sponsoring a free screening , I was all about it. (Chipotle, a sponser? [...]

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Check out this article from Gourmet about how cost-effective a flexitarian diet can be in these tough economic times. Interesting fact from the story: “Total beef demand is down 7 percent from the fourth quarter of 2007 to the fourth quarter of 2008—the equivalent of the entire metropolitan area of Atlanta becoming vegetarian.” Flexitarianism – [...]