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Review: Maribelle’s Tavern

Review: Maribelle’s Tavern

A group of friends has a dinner club, and though we’re not official members (bureaucracy!), Terry and I have been invited pretty consistently over the past year or so. Their selection last month was Maribelle’s Tavern in the East End. Ted, whose month it was […]

Discuss: “How the hell can you EAT that?”

Discuss: “How the hell can you EAT that?”

(Guest post by The Boyfriend) We all have skeletons in our gastronomic closets. Oh, you know what I’m talking about. Admit it. We all have foods that are secret favorites. Secret, I say, because we’re afraid that someone we love or respect, or perhaps even […]

Great week for wine me, dine me.

Great week for wine me, dine me.

Cincy Chic profiled me in their “Best of the Web” issue! Many thanks to Maureen Jacob for asking such great questions. It was fun! I also had the pleasure of attending the first Social Media Breakfast at First Watch, put together by the charming Kevin […]

Review: Tink’s
Hi, Neatorama visitors.

Hi, Neatorama visitors.

I was pretty surprised that Neatorama picked up my little debate about women and blogging. I’m sure you’re pretty disappointed that I’m just a food blogger. If you want to read my (few) thoughts on the net, check out my blog at dittochic.com. If you […]

Mini-Review: Moshe’s Falafel (NYC)

Mini-Review: Moshe’s Falafel (NYC)

(Guest post by The Boyfriend) Anytime I travel, be it domestically or internationally, there’s one question foremost on my mind when it comes to dining options: What foods are available that I can’t find back home? I’ve never understood people who visit cities, countries, and […]

New Flavor at Graeter’s

New Flavor at Graeter’s

Graeter’s is an institution around here, right? Me, I’m a bigger fan of Aglamesis (check out 5chw4r7z’s recent photo review), but I won’t pass up Graeter’s raspberry sorbet. They’re introducing a new flavor– for charity!– this weekend. It’s called Elena’s Blueberry Pie, and has blueberries […]

Review of BBQ. Not to be confused with BBQ Revue.
From the Garden

From the Garden

I finally had some tomatoes on my tomato plant, and I had plenty of basil, so last Wednesday night, I made a simple meal for Terry and myself: caprese! It’s pretty simple– fresh mozzarella layered with fresh tomatoes and basil, drizzled with balsamic reduction. Salt […]

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