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what a nutritional food pyramid really looks like
It's not what the USDA is telling you.
nyc italian goes gf.
In the future we’re going to realize wd-50 was the CBGB of this era, with way nicer bathrooms.
Had a nice meal at Batard, the new Nieporent venture in the old Montrachet space. Less fussy, and less over worked, than the Corton incarnation. But in the same ball park. I give it pretty high marks, but I wonder what the critics will think. Or, rather, I just think they won't like it much. Not sure why, since the food is very good. There's just nothing "now" about it. But I mean that as a criticism of the critics as much as of the restaurant.
$15 for a years subscription to cooks illustrated. offer available today only! (normally $25.)
Asimov in today's NYT: Winners of the season: 20 wines for $20, includes Emile Heredia / Domaine de Montrieux Vin du France Point G 2011 from M.F.W Wine Company.
Anyone know a sous chef who wants to move to Portland? From Naomi Pomeroi:
"Friends. Please spread the word far and wide and to the very best of the best. Beast needs a sous-chef. I need a sous chef. Someone will come that is perfect (I know!). We just got our beard award and we are busy and super excited to play. Bring me the peeps!!"
http://www.esquire.com/blogs/food-for-men/how-not-to-get-drunk one word, yeast
5/5: no limes? No problem.
I don't eat many burgers, but if I lived in nyc , i would head here. Yumm!
No industrial beer. Plenty of organic alternatives available on your grocers shelves.