This week my NYC coffee-shop scavenger hunt led me to the UWS’s very own Irving Farm Coffee Roasters. Although they originally opened downtown in 1996, the UWS location
Vegan Restaurants in NY
This week, my sister was in town visiting from her semester away in California, and to catch up we went decided to try a new vegan restaurant together.
Fine Dining in NYC
On April 12, 2009, I ate at Toro for the first time. It was Easter, and my family was in South Boston, and my mom had seen it
If there’s one thing London does well, it’s baked goods. From the cookies to the cakes to the plain old bread, there is always something around to shatter
Street Food of NY
Finally, Spring has arrived! The upturn in the weather has created a perfect excuse to ditch that winter coat and to venture out into the streets once again.
Gluten-Free Dorm Cooking
Hello again everyone! This week we’re going to move out of the realm of dinner and explore a lighter, and usually more rushed, meal: lunch! The goal is
Sweet Tooth Recipes
I think it’s safe to say that chocolate and cookies always pair well together. In fact, it may not even be worth eating cookies without chocolate in the
Breakfast and brunch, when done right and with love, have to be some of the most enticing and delicious meals (yes, I count brunch as a meal). Eggs, butter,
Francophone Adventures in NYC
There’s an expression in French to “en faire tout un fromage.” Essentially, it’s means you’ve made “a whole cheese of something” or that is, you’ve made a big
For this week’s edition of Midnight Munchies, we took another trip down to the Lower East Side to investigate a little place called Goa Taco, notoriously serving up