Daily Eats Lunchbox: Hale and Hearty Soups

New York, New York – There are many places in Mid-town to go for the quickie lunch. The basic salad bar place, bistro, and sandwich shop. While strolling around, I discovered Hale and Hearty Soup. It’s a soup place with a wide variety of hot and chilled soups and stews. There was a bit of a chill in the air … Read More

Daily Eats Breakfast: Norma’s Zillion Dollar Breakfast

Midtown Manahattan, NY – I had breakfast this morning at Norma’s at the Parker Meridien. I love Norma’s and been going there since the mid 90’s. I confess it’s been a couple of years since my last visit. When I arrived the dining area was the same wonderful light airy atmosphere I remember so well. The host and wait staff … Read More

New York Cheese Cake from the Old Neighborhood

Gilbert, AZ – Tony, my father called me the other day to let me know he and my mother, Joyce made New York Style Cheese Cake. The recipe was from Mary Chicano’s cookbook. As my father described the texture and how delicious the cheese cake the discussion bought back memories of those days in the old neighborhood and the many … Read More

What’s Labor Day weekend without Hotdogs?

Coney Island, NY – Labor Day Weekend is the last week of summer vacation. And it’s all about hot dogs. Porscha and I went to one of the most famous hot dog places in the world – Nathan’s of Coney Island. Porscha gives us her opinion on Nathan’s corn dogs. tags: Coney Island, daily eats, labor day weekend, Hot Dogs, … Read More

Emilios Tapas

Chicago, IL – Aliza Sherman gives a wonderful review of Emilios Tapas in Chicago. I personally love small plates. tags: Aliza Sherman, daily eats, Emilios Tapas

Oyster Bar – Porscha Reporting

New York, NY – This was Porscha’s first time eating at the lovely classic Oyster Bar and her first time eating oysters. Porscha is Daily Eats teen blogger – gives her opinion on what teens love to eat. tags: Porscha, seafood, oyster bar, fish and chips, daily eats

Inventing Dinner

A little something I whipped up: ground turkey and vegetables Stroganoff minus the sour cream. Makes 2 servings about 30 minutes from prep to cooking time.1/2 lb of rice pasta1/4 lean ground turkey2 cloves of garlic1 small shallot6 small red and yellow tomatoes1/2 of broccoli1/4 table spoon of butter1/2 of white wine1/4 teaspoon of dry garlic power, Basel, and oregano … Read More

All Things Steak – grilling

From the New York Times videos “Mark Bittman, a k a The Minimalist, shows how to grill steaks“. This is a very helpful video for those of us who love to grill and want to learn more about grilling on charcoal with a gas grill.You can see the video here:http://video.on.nytimes.com/?fr_story=2758ee16a3546cd1d7631fda3c7e4b22325a2e02Source:Bittman, Mark. (2007). “All Things Steak”. New York Times.com

daily eats breakfast..with Michelle, Tery, and Porscha.

The other day..we went to michaels for breakfast. I ordered the french toast. Man were the peices of toast huge. Tery just had the grnola cereal with furit and yogurt. And terys friend, Michelle had almost the same but she didnt have the yogurt with it. The food was incredible, but so was the check….lol..almost a hundred dollar breakfast..what a … Read More

Aliza Sherman on Alaskan Dining

Aliza Sherman gives Daily Eats tips on Alaskan Dining while dining at the Food Bloggers Dinner in Chicago. It was to meetup with Aliza while she was at the Blogher07 conference. Tags: Aliza Sherman, blogher07, food bloggers, Alaskan Dining