Pan-Fried Arctic Char with Butternut Squash Couscous

26. June 2012 Fish, Vegetables + Salads 0
Arctic char looks and tastes similar to salmon but I prefer its natural sweetness that lends itself to frying. Cooking either fish filleted is easy as long as you dry them with paper towels and heat your skillet with oil until it’s sizzling–this will keep the fish from sticking to the pan and falling apart ...

Ootoya

8 West 18th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues $58 each for 2 people, no drinks, with tip 212.255/0018 ♥ ♥ Ootoya may be a restaurant chain, but the newly opened New York City branch looks anything but. Tastiest: 1. Grilled beef tongue – will be the most buttery thing you’ll ever put in your ...

Shrimp with Root Vegetables and Honeydew Summer Salad

31. May 2012 Vegetables + Salads 0
I grew up in the Philippines where a lot of vegetables were called differently from what they use here in the States. A good example is turnip. My turnip, or singkamas, has a tough brown skin and a white, watery, and almost translucent flesh inside that you eat with shrimp paste or vinegar and fish ...

Parish Hall

15. May 2012 American, Brooklyn 1
109 A North 3rd Street between Berry and Wythe in Williamsburg, Brooklyn $86 each for 3 people, with 3 drinks apiece, without tip 718/782.2602 ♥ ♥ ♥ The disclaimer here is that I made a small investment on Parish Hall to finally fulfill one of my dreams of being a small part of the restaurant ...