Gazpacho

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I’ve been trying to figure out what has incepted the gazpacho theme in my brain. At first it was Jen wanting to try something new. So I did by making White Gazpacho. Then I thought it was probably the fact that it is summer and thus the season for chilled soups. But I think ultimately … Continue reading

50 Shades of Dinner

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What do Memorial Day Weekend in NYC and 50 Shades of Grey have in common? They are both hot and sweaty, that’s one. New Yorkers flee to Central Park to disrobe to their bikinis and get some much needed Vitamin D. And in the book, rumor has it there is fleeing and disrobing, but not … Continue reading

White Gazpacho

White Gazpacho

Jen has been meaning to make gazpacho for a while.  We both love cold, refreshing soups, especially in the summer. When the weather gets warmer, she always hints for me to mix up some Russian Holodnik, a chilled beet soup that’s very popular back in the motherland. Making gazpacho and the like is one of … Continue reading

Bouley, NYC

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Bouley Chef: David Bouley Cuisine: French Neighborhood: Tribeca Price: $125 tasting menu, $200 with wine pairing; there is also an à la carte version available with appetizers around $20 and entrées around $40 Phone: (212) 964-2525 Address: 163 Duane St, NYC 10013 I went to Bouley with two friends for one of Jen’s many birthday celebrations. … Continue reading

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