I love google, but I love having regular actions (searching! shopping! dining out!) support wonderful nonprofits. Once you sign up with GoodSearch, a nonprofit organization of your choice benefits from your everyday actions without you spending any additional time or money. It’s very easy to sign up, and satisfying to see the dollars add up.… Continue reading GoodSearch, the charitable way to search
To show me how a Cheesecake Factory works, he took me into the kitchen of his busiest restaurant, at Prudential Center, a shopping and convention hub. The kitchen design is the same in every restaurant, he explained. It’s laid out like a manufacturing facility, in which raw materials in the back of the plant come… Continue reading
Take a bite out of life’s mysteries and dine in the dark. Surprise yourself with tastes, textures, smells, and seasonings of food you’ve never noticed before. Dans Le Noir provides not only a novel experience but also possesses depth to rival the darkest oceans. Servers are visually impaired and profits benefit worthy causes like The… Continue reading Dans Le Noir – In The Dark (sensory dining experience)
Behind-the-scenes look at one of my favorite restaurant, Caracas Arepa Bar
Whatever, I’ll take it. Restaurant ‘week’ starts today (and goes through Feb 10). If anyone would like to take advantage (and go somewhere veggie friendly), do let me know. Have fun!
Never have seen the inside of a restaurant quite like this. Felt sensory overload, to say the least. Good food though. Props if you can identify this meal spot.
So you’re out to dinner with more than just two people. The bill-pay is going to be a pain, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are some tips to make it go a little more smoothly… Ask everyone to bring cash ahead of time. Even if one or two people forget, it’s much easier… Continue reading How to: Pay the Bill, in a group (no whining, no cheating!)
via the Nomad (Ed’s) blog (not same as his tumblr). The NYC Nomad in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn (On Prospect Place) March 26, 2011 Stayed With Jen, a fellow (younger) Tufts Jumbo who met my good friend and former host Pauline at an event. As it was described to me, they were sitting on a comfortable couch together… Continue reading I hosted a Nomad; here’s what he said about it.
Interesting pricing, don’t you think?
I purchased a $10 margaritas and guacamole class through LivingSocial that I took tonight with my friend Leah at Burrito Bar. SO WORTH IT. We started with the guacamole, which we made in a mexican bowl called a molcajete. First we added jalapenos (roasted, and about a spoonful), salt (1/3 of a spoon), garlic (I… Continue reading Guacamole and Margaritas made by me? DELISH!