Category Archives: Restaurants in NYC

Fairfield County’s Rising Star

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With Good Bread I apologize for my unusual choice of eating spot in this blog post.  But I truly felt it deserves some recognition - as it managed to pleasantly surprise me.  It made me realize that, lately I have been too caught up in chasing the latest and the greatest- with not enough time to … Continue Reading ››

A Day At The Fancy Food Show

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An Afternoon In Williamsburg

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Chicken And Rice

see Chicken and Rice.  If you are a foodie and live in or around New York city, chances are that the words “chicken and rice” immediately invoke an image and a taste-sensation in your brain.  

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Further Exploration: Necessary Recently, I wrote about my first experience at David Chang’s restaurant Ma Peche in NYC. The food was so extraordinary, that I left there feeling satiated ... yet unsatisfied. You see, I wanted more. A lot more. That food left me wanting to further explore the phenomenon that is Momofuku. So, this … Continue Reading ››