Balaboosta New York

Balaboosta: Mediterranean Meets Middle East

Chef Einat Admony has been causing quite a stir in the New York city dining scene.  I have seen her name pop up in many magazine articles lately. Offering delicious cuisine of Israel (her origin) with a dash of mediterranean- Balaboosta (her charming restaurant on Mulberry Street in NYC) has been on my … Continue Reading ››

Summer Fancy Food Show New York

Exploring The Summer Fancy Food Show

This was my second year visiting the Summer Fancy Food Show in NYC and once again, I came back feeling overwhelmed by all that our world has to offer.  Food and drink purveyors from all over the world congregated on 3+ ginormous levels of the Jacob Javits Center for … Continue Reading ››

Kati n more stamford ct

Just Roll With It at Kati N’ More

So excited to have accidentally stumbled across a very new and very exciting spot in Stamford.  Launching with a soft-open this week, Kathi N’ More brings to Fairfield County’s culinary landscape a much-loved Indian street food called Kati Rolls.

What is a Kati Roll? It’s a punch of Indian flavors and spices … Continue Reading ››

Chickalicious new york

Unusual NYC Foodie Finds!

In my last few trips to New York City, I have discovered some really cool and unusual foodie destinations - places that were never on my radar.  And by "unusual", I mean places that I don't usually gravitate to.  No one in my circle was talking about them... absolutely no one!  Usually when that … Continue Reading ››

marc forgione at de gustibus

Front Row Seat In Iron Chef Marc Forgione’s Class

Do you like attending cooking classes?  What’s the part that you like the most?  The eating?  The opportunity to tap into a chef’s trade secrets? Or the chance to get to know a chef and his/her style of cooking?

I recently took an excellent cooking class at De Gustibus Cooking School in … Continue Reading ››

crepe at farmers market in paris

Eating Like A Local In Paris

This is the last the article about my recent trip to Paris... I promise.  I had to write this one, as I feel compelled to share some tips with you- should you find yourselves in Paris in the near future.

France is home to one of the finest cuisines in the world.  … Continue Reading ››

l'arpege paris alain passard

L’Arpege – In Perfect Harmony

L’Arpege is a musical reference to chords playing one after the other in a bottom-upwards sequence.  What one would expect from such a sequence is harmony and a gentle, easeful transition of notes.  Although, such an experience would only be possible if the musician playing this simple sequence understands the importance of rhythm … Continue Reading ››

Paris Pastries

Paris Is For Pastries

I just returned from four days in pure heaven!  Paris!  The city of romance ... the home of da Vinci’s Mona Lisa....  the proud bearer of the Eiffel Tower... and the purveyor of world’s most delicious and gorgeous sweet confections.

In four days, I managed to visit every dessert place on my … Continue Reading ››

KoreaTownLead

I’ve Got Koreatown On My Mind

For months, yes months.... I have been chatting up friends and family, trying to sway all - someone - anyone, to explore Koreatown NYC with me.  All my attempts failed and then failed again. How frustrating!  I mean, all I am offering is a unique dining experience  - in MY scintillating company!  Seriously, … Continue Reading ››

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