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NYC: 3 Indian Restaurants to Try Now

NYC: 3 Indian Restaurants to Try Now

New York has some of the most authentic food from around the world and one of my personal favorites is Indian. I’ve learned to cook with many of the spices, visited Indian homes for meals and trekked to Queens to find the most authentic reproduction. Here are some...
How to Eat Dim Sum Like A Boss

How to Eat Dim Sum Like A Boss

We love brunch, but we have to admit– sometimes it’s good to switch things up a bit. If you’re a fan of Chinese food, you’ve probably heard of dim sum. If you haven’t, never fear! That’s what we’re here for. Dim sum is Cantonese food (Cantonese indicating the...
NYC: 5 Things to Try at BCD Tofu House

NYC: 5 Things to Try at BCD Tofu House

One of the most popular restaurants in K-Town, BCD Tofu House has a line at peak dinner hours, even though there are three floors of seating. So we went on a Saturday for lunch and were able to get seated right away. BCD Tofu House is a restaurant group with several...
NYC: Vegan Things to Try at Thainy

NYC: Vegan Things to Try at Thainy

I never knew how much of a Thai food fanatic I was until I moved to New York. Scratch that — until I moved to Kips Bay. After more than two years in this bustling Manhattan neighborhood, sometimes I consider moving away to a quieter, less...
NYC: 5 Things to Try at Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong

NYC: 5 Things to Try at Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong

Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong, a Seoul-based Korean BBQ chain, opened its Manhattan location recently; as of this writing, it is less than a month old, and I was able to go on the second weekend. The number of people there made it seem like it was opening weekend, creating a...
How to Hot Pot Like a Boss

How to Hot Pot Like a Boss

The Northeast may have survived this winter storm, but now we’re in a cold snap and there’s plenty of winter to go. What’s a girl to do in dire circumstances of braving the outside world or staying inside for more soup? How about hot pot instead? A traditional Chinese...
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