I got to spend a wonderful and enchanting evening at the press dinner for Excuse My French, an intimate little spot on the Lower East Side. It’s perfect for dates and girls’ nights out! Go, just go.
One of my resolutions this year is to not tolerate any idiocy this year. Thus, in this post, I discuss how NOT to rep a restaurant and how a bad PR incident encapsulates the major issues with American society right now.
Since I got diagnosed with celiac disease in early June, I have basically lived on Sweetgreen salads. I am MAD for their Spicy Cashew Dressing and put it on all of their salads. Luckily, they just posted the recipe for this yummy concoction, so here it is!
As I strolled through the Whole Foods aisles figuring out what best to make for the New Year’s Eve and New Year’s meal, I stumbled across an incredible deal on lobster tails for just $5.99 and a turkey leg for a mere .82! But then, I realized why. According to numerous superstitions, these are two of the worst things you can eat on New Year’s Day! I want to pass my newfound knowledge onto you, dear TGATP readers, lest you ruin your whole year by consuming the wrong foods!
With Covid_19 still raging and restaurant dining still pretty off-limits, I am obsessed with good home cooking. I was so blessed to be approached by Hello Fresh to try out their yummy meal kits. I am now officially hooked. HelloFresh are extending a special BLACK FRIDAY offer to my readers, so definitely check them out.
For people with celiac disease or those of us trying to limit our gluten intake, the holidays can be fraught. Trying to find sweets and bakery goods without gluten that are also delicious can be extremely difficult. Enter Allie’s GF Goodies Homemade Gluten Free Goodness.
I have decided to start a special series called “Fancy Food Show Finds” featuring some of the brands I discovered and/or already loved, who were exhibiting, with recipes for you to prepare. First up, Lotus Foods. I discovered Lotus Foods about 18-years ago at Whole Foods and it has been my favorite rice ever since.
A hidden gem in the heart of the United Nations, UN Plaza Grill will host a five-course wine pairing dinner on June 24th at 7 PM with Shiloh Winery. Tickets are $145 per person plus tax and gratuity and can be purchased in advance by calling (212) 223-1801 or by stopping by UN Plaza Grill www.unplazagrill.com. Tickets purchased by June 14th will receive a 20% discount.