Articles posted in ‘Holidays’

A NYC Visitor’s Guide to Thanksgiving Eating

Sunday, November 23, 2008

My cousin Brian sent over an e-mail this week mentioning that a friend would be in NYC for the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and asked if we could recommend any good eats.
I have a friend here at school who is going to be spending Thanksgiving in Manhattan, and she asked if I knew any places to […]

Valentine’s Day Special

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Valentine’s Day is the second worst day of the year to go to a restaurant. The first worst being Mother’s Day. There are tons of things you can do besides a restaurant for Valentine’s Day. It’ll show creativity and more effort than just making a reservation.
1. Have a private chocolate & wine pairing for two. […]

Celebrate Chinese New Year!

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Chinese New Year celebrations start tomorrow night and lasts for days. Even if you’re not Chinese, you can celebrate as well. Here’s a brief outline. Pick and choose the things you’d like to do and modify as you wish. Hey, I celebrate Break Fast but I don’t fast.
1. New Year’s Eve dinner is Wed night […]

Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Well… to Ice.
I don’t usually give Ice any human food, but I felt generous as I finished a jar of peanut butter so I decided to let her lick the remnants inside. After all, it is Christmas.
Ice says “Merry Christmas!”

Happy Edible Holidays – Good Gifts for your Foodie

Saturday, December 8, 2007

Lon does not like presents that are not edible. I made the mistake of buying him a sweater once. The Brooks Bothers sweater is still sitting in our bedroom with tags on it. I noticed that his family really just buys him food, for every holiday and birthday. So, what’s a good present for a […]

Happy Thanksgiving Left-Overs!

Friday, November 23, 2007

Thanksgiving is a great food holiday. It’s a wonderful feast that brings family together but then everyone stresses out about what to do with leftovers afterwards. At first I was going to write a bunch of ideas for what to do with left over turkey, cranberry sauce, etc. but I noticed a better idea: more […]