Monthly Archives: March 2012

Guy Ate Here

A few days ago, I had a strong craving for some empanadas. But I didn’t want just any empanadas…they had to be authentic. I remembered that many people I know have been raving about Valencia Luncheria in Norwalk, a Venezuelan beach cafe – … Continue reading

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Just Like The Good ‘Ol Days – Only Better

Ah!  the good old days, when life was simple. Meats and vegetables came fresh from our neighborhood vendors and local farmers.  Our parents were friends with the local butcher and the butcher was always eager to save us that special … Continue reading

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Coromandel…’Nuff Said!

Indian culture is totally food-centric. With such an extensive array of cuisines and sub-cultures, the food in India takes on a mammoth personality. There are 28 states in India and each is rich in its culture with its own unique … Continue reading


A Coffee Idiot

Primarily a tea drinker, I occasionally get the urge for a nice hot cup of coffee or cappuccino.  And when I do, I love to order hazelnut flavored coffee and think myself to have fairly refined coffee palate as I … Continue reading

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Dine Like A Brazilian

Today, Rodizio Grill, a Brazilian Steakhouse, officially opened its doors for business in Stamford, CT.  Before the official opening, the restaurant hosted a few special preview nights for friends and family and VIPs.  Last night I was invited to their VIP … Continue reading

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A Sweet and Savory Master Chef

You know how every once in a while you come across a person who is truly gifted, and you think to yourself, “Boy! Am I glad I got to know this person”?  Fritz Knipschildt of Chocopologie in South Norwalk is one … Continue reading

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Crepes on Wheels

Gourmet food truck culture has taken over the nation by a storm.  Gone are the days when all you could find was hot dog or pretzel stand at street corners .This new wave has redefined the culinary landscape.  Amazing gourmet … Continue reading

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A Doorway to Philadelphia

When I first landed on the east coast I lived in a suburb of Philadelphia.  There, I instantly fell in love with Philadelphia’s pride and joy: the Philly Cheese Steak!   Those of you who have been to Philadelphia would know … Continue reading

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It Pays To Be A Food Blogger

A couple of nights ago I found myself repeatedly thanking God for making me a food blogger.   As a fairly new blogger I often question whether I should keep pursuing this.  Of course, my blog gives me an avenue to … Continue reading

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