Something exciting is brewing in New York this week, and it’s playing to the tune of beer enthusiasts everywhere! That’s right, the 6th Annual NYC Beer Week is hitting the city once again, and events are already in full swing! Even though Beer Week has been running since February 21st, this doesn’t mean that it’s too late to find your new favorite spot for a hoppy IPA or a bold stout. In fact, you have until March 2nd to enjoy all that New York has to offer - from Manhattan to the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens, and even Westchester and New Jersey!
There’s something about sitting in a coffee shop, listening to frantic fingers, and chatter of an intimate setting, that catches peoples intrigue. Coffee shops have become a stable in communities, a place to reflect, to get away, and to become inspired. Boston keeps the art of the café alive as we see it thriving in a city that pumps history in its veins. Here’s a list of some café’s that have consistently consumed the masses in the Boston neighborhoods.
Discard the notion that salads should be restricted to the boring bowels--they are adventurous and feature all sorts of ingredients. Searching far and wide, we present to you a couple of places in New York that specialize in the art of salad making.
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Happy National fondue day!!!
Fondue, which comes from the French word fondre, is a European dish of melted cheese or chocolate in a communal pot the (caquelon) where different items, ranging from fruit to crusty breads, are used as a vehicle to dip and savor. We've rounded up a few of NYC's finest fondue spots!
Happy national carrot cake day to you all!
The carrot cake is marred with controversy--although it is a treat beloved by many, some run for the hills at the mention of it. After all it does sound a bit odd--carrots and cake? Who would have ever thought to join the two. But alas, they have been joined for eternity, and today we celebrate the infamous goodness.
The chinese new year is here: the year of the horse has arrived. It is one of the most important holidays in the Chinese calendar. Billions will celebrate this holiday, From China to Singapore. Celebrations will be seen with spectacular fireworks displays and family feasts, culminating in a lantern festival. Tradition thrives during this period where the Chinese enjoy the well-loved foods. New York City contains within a vast array of restaurants where Chinese flavors and in the air and the palate just yearns to savor the delectable dishes. Sifting through towards truly great places I give to you a selection of just some of the best of Chinese restaurants in the city.
Its aroma is almost indescribable; showcasing notes of chocolate and exotic flavor, nothing can quite beat a cup of coffee. New Yorker’s adore their daily cup of coffee it is a must at any time of the day, for a pick me up that is unique. Coffee is not just an instantly gratifying hot beverage (or cold if you prefer), so it must be savored for what it is. The smells that waft through that cup must be remembered and discussed for weeks on after. We no present to you just a small sample of the good coffee stores in this city, where good flavor is a sure thing.
With the influx of food and recipe apps for mobile devices, finding and cooking memorable meals has never been easier. Here are 5 foodie-friendly apps to make your phone or tablet all the more appetizing.
Brought to you by the go-to website for home cooks, Epicurious’ popular cooking app allows you to search thousands of recipes, save your choices to a ‘recipe box’, and even create custom grocery lists, saving you the trouble of writing all those ingredients out on a post-it and subsequently losing that post-it note. Recently upgraded, the app is free to download and including customer ratings and more importantly, incredible photos of all the delicious food you could make.