Archive for the ‘Olive oil’ Category

posted by on Chicken, Events, Italian, Lunch, Meat, Midtown, Olive oil, Restaurant Week, Vegging Out

1 comment

The last time I tried Restaurant Week was when I first moved to New York City in 2007. A bunch of us girls went to i Trulli and had a great time, but I realized that spending almost $50 (including tip) on a three-course dinner, which was more food than I needed, wasn’t probably worth [...]

posted by on Breakfast, Cookware, Gifts, Holidays, Olive oil

No comments

1. Gumball bookends – Angelo & Lorenzo, 212-288-1920; $95 2. Bodum Bistro Juicer; $70 3. Jonathan Adler Fondue Set; $98 4. Le Petit Dej’ Breakfast Tray; $92 5. Nostalgia Retro Hit Air Popper; $100 6. Manni White Truffle Extra Virgin Oil; $89.50 7. All-in-One Cook Prep Set; $54.50

posted by on Breakfast, Brunch, Eggs, European, Gramercy, Italian, Olive oil, Pancakes, Vegging Out

No comments

{Ricotta pancakes with plum compote} I’m a huge Danny Meyer fan. Every restaurant of his that I’ve dined at—from Shake Shack to Blue Smoke—has been a culinary adventure. So when my friends suggested we breakfast at his new Italian eatery, Maialino, in the Gramcery Park Hotel, I was more than down. What’s in it for [...]

posted by on Dinner, Fish, Italian, Meat, Olive oil, Tips

1 comment

Like most foodies, I love foodie TV, so it’s no surprise that I’m a fan of Top Chef, and lucky me got invited to an event at the Institute of Culinary Education last week hosted by alum Fabio, the fan favorite from season 5 fondly remembered for saying, “This is Top Chef, not Top Scallop.” [...]