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BUN-KER Vietnamese: Good Pho-king Vietnamese Food

Dear Food Diary: Sometimes ignorance really is bliss. In some instances, it can lead to a really good pho-king Vietnamese meal. Case in point, our adventure to Bun-ker Vietnamese. StalkerHubby and I More »

[EATVENTS] MAY 2: Ramp Fest 2015

Dear Food Diary: The wild onion aka ramp season is here again and I couldn’t be more excited. I’ve already grilled a few batches at home and can’t wait to have in More »

Noreetuh: Take your tastebuds to Hawaii

Dear Diary: Noreetuh which means “playground” in Korean, is the new casual Hawaiian inspired spot in the East Village. The chef grew up in Hawaii and lived in Japan. The menu is a More »

El Original: Tex Mex in NYC is a downer

Dear Food Diary: I was excited for a Tex Mex in the neighborhood. But after the warm fresh tortilla chips, great salsa and a little overpriced guacamole, the rest of our dinner was More »

ROSSOPOMODORO: Southern Italian “chain” lands NYC (sorta)

Dear Food Diary: If you thought Rossopomodoro was just a part of Eataly, you are not alone. It wasn’t until their opening (first stand alone restaurant in America) 2 weeks ago that I learned how More »

 

BUN-KER Vietnamese: Good Pho-king Vietnamese Food

BUN-KER VIETNAMESE - traditional Banh Xeo 2

Dear Food Diary:
Sometimes ignorance really is bliss. In some instances, it can lead to a really good pho-king Vietnamese meal. Case in point, our adventure to Bun-ker Vietnamese.

StalkerHubby and I were in Bushwick one evening and from the map, it was an easy 15-20 minute walk. Not knowing how isolated and empty the cross from Bushwick to Ridgewood would be at night, we ventured on foot. In the dark, amongst warehouses, the only 2 pedestrians in sigh. Our head told us to go back, but thankfully our tummies, as always, won the argument.

[ RECIPE ] Jean-Georges Cinco de Mayo Guacamole & Margarita

sweet pea guacamole by Jean-Georges
Photos and recipe from jean-georges.com

Dear Food Diary:
I’m sure we all have our own guacamole recipe, but this Sweet Pea version by Jean-Georges really caught my attention! Just in time for today, this spring twist will surely brighten your fiesta.

[EATVENTS] MAY 2: Ramp Fest 2015

RAMP FEST HUDSON 2014

Dear Food Diary:
The wild onion aka ramp season is here again and I couldn’t be more excited. I’ve already grilled a few batches at home and can’t wait to have in all sorts of creative ways at the Ramp Fest 2015 coming up May 2nd in Hudson Valley.

We had such a fun time last year. Check out some of the highlights and get your tickets!

“Hoppy” Hour

Hoppy 1

Dear Food Diary
Last week I was invited to celebrate spring with Hoppy at Wasan. Hoppy Beer is a Japanese low alcohol content beverage that tastes like beer. It’s usually served mixed with some sort of spirit. Ours was poured with Japanese shochu (think sake bomb) and paired with some great fried treats throughout the night.

Noreetuh: Take your tastebuds to Hawaii

NOREETUH - corned beef tongue musubi

Dear Diary:
Noreetuh which means “playground” in Korean, is the new casual Hawaiian inspired spot in the East Village. The chef grew up in Hawaii and lived in Japan. The menu is a mixture of Hawaiian with an Asian twist.