Winter is here in New York City…FINALLY! There’s few better ways to warm up than a delicious bowl of soup. Check out this list for some healthy and tasty options! 1. Eisenburg’s Sandwich Shop | 174 5th Ave New York, NY Chilly weather is often accompanied by sniffles. Look no further than the ‘cure all’ Matzoh Ball Soup from Eisenburgs! [if gte vml 1]><v:shapetype id="_x0000_t75" coordsize="21600,21600"
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Soups and stews are amazing winter staple foods. They can be prepared with minimal effort and in only a few pots (less cleaning for you!), they warm you up almost immediately when the weather gets chilly, and they are inexpensive and are great for leftovers. Most soups can be frozen and easily reheated in small containers so that they are transportable to work! We’ve compiled four recipes of our personal favorite wintery soups to enjoy as the weather gets increasingly worse t
An Italian spin on an American classic: Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup! My marinara sauce & the decadent yet light Italian Truffles Cheese Spread from Urbani Truffles will definitely hit the spot! Watch here! Check out other recipes using my favorite Urbani Truffles products here! #video #Urbani #truffle #cheese #soup
Bone Broth is the latest trend that’s heating up NYC this winter. Its already been a hit in the Paleo diet community and even Lakers All-Star Kobe Bryant, and has recently come to NYC thanks to Marco Canora of Hearth. I grew up having my mother make beef broth when we were feeling under the weather and my father would have it to start every meal in the Winter. When I heard from one of my Italian clients that Hearth had set up a window selling “brodo” (broth)--my first thought
So a couple weeks ago Central Perk (a coffee shop named after the one on the show Friends) opened in NYC and it reminded me of all the things I loved and hated about the 90s. I watched Seinfeld (hilarious) and Roseanne (badass) but hated Friends- to me it marked the rise of the "goofy man-child" and the "likable because they are self deprecating woman" which I have no tolerance for. Why can't a woman who says " I am hot" not be likable? I still don't get it. And of course the
Siblings Camie and Tommy Lai have worked in Malaysian restaurants in NYC since the 1990s, Camie working the front-of-house and managment and Tommy working his way up in kitchens to head chef. Opened last year, Rasa is the chance for Came and Tommy to incorporate dishes they grew up eating back home in their village, Rasa, just north of the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. Tommy Lai was the first Malaysian chef to win a Michelin star during his time as head chef in 2010 at L
Goat, green curry, bone marrow, and ramen? Yes please! Not the traditional bowl of ramen, but Chef Pablo Ventura (remember we met him at Pig Island?) has taken flavors and techniques from his impressive resume as a a chef and served it in a bowl! Pablo sounds like he's live multiple lives already: being a butcher, starting off cooking Italian, then Thai, moving to catering (for people like Ralph Lauren) and then living in Japan for 3 years! It was a cool, drizzling night in B
Ukrainian Borscht at Veselka. Beets, cabbage, dill, a dollop of sour cream, and chunks of pork--the perfect pick-me-up soup filled with so many Eastern European flavors. Believe it is a #1 customer favorite as they serve 5,000 gallons of borscht a year! And for all my vegetarians, don’t worry! There is a veggie version as well. House Special Soup at Cocoron. Ginger, grated radish, thinly sliced tender pork, nori, bonito flakes (known as dancing fish flakes in Japan), and gree