This year’s July 4th is kind of a big deal. Like ruby or silver or gold anniversary kind of big deal. This year marks the 175th anniversary of our fine nation’s independence. That’s pretty significant! So rather than just give you an ordinary July 4th recipe, I thought it might be cool to celebrate some of the greatest hits of our fifty nifty United States. Read More.
For me, tennis is one of those poshy sports in which etiquette and decorum always matter. Thus, I often associate the sport with bite-size, gourmet hors d’oeuvres. Check out what I’ve got in store for you in honor of this year’s Roland Garros tournament! Read More.
Habs-Rangers has me hungry. And this time I’m craving a Montrealese smoked meat sandwich! Read More.
Seeing as how both the Rangers and the Nets have both advanced in their respective leagues’ playoffs rounds (though the Rangers play at Pittsburgh tonight and are down 3-1), I thought I’d give you some of my recommendations for great spots in Manhattan and Brooklyn to eat out either before or after the game. Read More.
There really is no sporting event quite like the Kentucky Derby. Steeped in deep tradition (including that of those house-sized hats you’d only otherwise see at a British Royal wedding), the Derby is certainly known for American horse racing at its best and a celebration of Bourbon and delicious southern cookin’. Read More.