Part of my Thanksgiving table and Schiltz Foods’ uncooked frozen geese products
My family has a tradition of being unconventional for any non-Chinese holiday so we tend to experiment our menus beyond the standard turkey as of recent years. This year I opted to try out a family-owned geese producer Schiltz Foods‘ [...]
It’s been a hectic week to say the least. The superstorm Hurricane Sandy pummeled through New York City and the tri-state area pretty bad. To save you the details, all I have to say is that my family and I feel fortunate we’re all OK.
To celebrate this feel of [...]
Tate’s Bake Shop Cookbook: Baking for Friends
For the past month, I had received a preview copy of Tate’s Bake Shop Cookbook: Baking for Friends by Kathleen King, from Ms. King’s team. (If you can recall, I visited this charming bakery that has many delicious baked goods in Southampton, Long Island last [...]
Some of the ingredients to make kimchi
Over the summer, I attended the Cook Out NYC preview party hosted at Jimmy Carbone’s restaurant, Jimmy’s No. 43 in the East Village and watched Kheedim Oh of Mama O’s Kimchee demonstrate how to make kimchi.
Intrigued and inspired, I thought of making it myself…eventually. [...]
Work at the hospital has gotten crazy as of recent:
Conference calls every other day. Running to meetings. The dreaded budget meetings (Ugh!) A particular few work colleagues who never seem to remember the answer to the same question they ask every week. (Really?) Clocks at work are not displaying correct times because its satellite [...]
Reginald’s Nut Butters
You might be wondering, how does a (very good) artisanal nut butter company Reginald’s Homemade based in Richmond, Virginia can connect with the upcoming release of the (awesome and beautifully photographed by Tina Rapp) Baked Elements by Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito cookbook?
Reginald’s Homemade create what I think [...]
A recent dinner at home a few weeks ago was an ode to summer. Basking bright, warm summer sunset on my balcony with friends and family.
Fancy pants topped chicken sausages
We had large steamed then grilled lobsters, a huge, juicy bone-in prime-rib (I’ll give you that [...]
Recently I’ve tried Suzy Sirloin‘s fresh meat products, notably, the veal and lamb.
The ‘Suzy’ behind Suzy Sirloin is a fifth generation member of the Strassburger family, who has been delivering top quality prime and aged beef to the best steakhouses in the country. Suzy Sirloin offers American-raised, all natural beef, [...]
A bunch of Buitoni’s Chicken Marsala Ravioli and Roasted Butternut Squash Agnolotti
Recently, Buitoni Pasta was generous to ship me a thoughtful package consisting of their limited distribution of fresh filled pastas – Chicken Marsala Ravioli and Roasted Butternut Squash Agnolotti to experiment, a soft bamboo fiber hand towel, an apron, and [...]