Japan is one of my favorite countries and this last trip I had the chance to visit Osaka for the first time. Osaka is known as a foodie city, and I have to agree. While I was only there a couple days, I made the most of it and ate ALL the famous dishes and a few other quirky favorites as well. I’ll share the … Continue reading Wandering in- Osaka, Japan
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Homer Simpson stuffing his face with pink iced donuts with sprinkles is what comes to mind when I think of a donut. But now that I am back in the NYC area, I am noticing this sweet donut isn’t the only kind around. There are stuffed donuts, cake donuts, yeast donuts, donut ice cream sandwiches and the list goes on. … Continue reading Trend: Savory Donuts are A Thing
Brunch is the quintessential meal/event of a New York weekend. And Pizza is an Italian favorite that can be eaten breakfast, lunch, or dinner. What do you get when you mix the two? Awesome breakfast favorites and light seasonal ingredients shining through sans the red tomato sauce. 1. Industry Kitchen: Smoked Salmon Pizza- South Street Seaport(Map) When I think of Industry Kitchen I immediately picture … Continue reading Trend: Brunch Pizzas?
I love sushi and would eat it multiple times a week if it wouldn’t complete break the bank trying to do so. Sushi rolls have evolved over the years and graduated from just eel and cucumber to Dragon Rolls with 6 other ingredients and sauces. And now not only can get these fancy rolls but they come in different and fun shapes! Parody to American … Continue reading Trend: Morphing Sushi Shapes
Tacos are typically just a cheap quick meal when you are craving Mexican food. Not in New York, your options are no longer just soft or hard shell, corn or flour tortilla, chicken or beef. There are new vehicles in town for our beloved tacos and they are getting some Asian influence. 1. Los Tacos No. 1: Cheese Taco Shell- Chelsea Market, Chelsea (Map) While … Continue reading Trend: Unorthodox Taco Shells