Fast, simple and easy to make salmon! An endearing video portrait of me in my PWC NYC kitchen of 2008! This video went was featured on YouTube in 2008.
Dining in Boulder My Experiences so Far
Daily Eats moves to Boulder, CO and experiences the Boulder Farmer’s Market, Dushandbee Teahouse, SethEllis Chocoates, and some kind of nut I can’t pronounce.
Daily Eats 2008 Review
<class=”msonormal”>In 2008, Daily Eats explored everything from hot dogs (there were a few hot wars over best of the hot dogs), to the fine fine art of fine art dining. It was a good year for a variety of foods in 2008. This was the year SPAM resurfaced as the caviar of hard times. NYC restaurant owners reached out to … Read More
Meet Jacqueline Lead-Barista R/GA Coffee Bar & Lounge
R/GA’s Lead Barista Jacqueline take us on a tour of the R/GA Coffee Bar and Lounge. The place for a cup of great coffee, conversation, comfort or laugh.
This is the best adaptation of a food fight I’ve ever seen! Created by TouristPictures on YouTube. After watching this I don’t think I’ll be eating hamburger again.
A Very Special Birthday Wish for Robert
From Across the big pond Pam and Daily Eats wish Robert a happy birthday from Citron on Columbus Avenue. If embedded video won’t play, click here to play
I’ll Have What He’s Having…
New York, New York – Dean Landsman invited me to meet him at Katz’s Deli. He wasn’t kidding when said Katz’s has the best pastrami in the world. It is lean, delicious and worth digging into. Dean also gave us the Katz’s deli history and who’s who of diners. BTW this is where the famous “When Sally Met Harry” scene … Read More
Lessons about Old World Delicacies
Greenport, LI – Elsie De Wolfe inspired many women to be perfect the hostess in her day. Today she inspired a conversation about old world delicacies. From tripe to cow’s brains to bull’s testicles. From Wikipedia:Rocky Mountain OystersTripe other sources: Cow’s Brains tags:daily eats, Elsie de Wolfe, bulls testicles, tripe
Prison Food Convention
Slate V – This video was brought to my attention by Bud Lavery. The story is brought to us by Slate V. The big take away is prison food has more nutritional requirements than our public schools require. Is there something very wrong here?Daily Eats on Prison Eats:Fine Dining at the Phoenix County Jail