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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Monday, April 7, 2014

Fresh Fish and More at F-I-S-H

Fresh Fish and More at F-I-S-H

My eyes swam through the menu, reeling with delight. Oh, what to choose? The arugula & pear salad? Mini fish tacos? Risotto cake? Oh wait – the gluten free ravioli? Or the grilled cod? F.I.S.H Restaurant & Bar located in the heart of downtown Stamford, CT, has an impressive selection of kosher...



Monday, February 24, 2014

Greek Style Japanese Eggplant

Greek Style Japanese Eggplant

Recipe and Photo courtesy of Marcia Selden Catering The eggplant can get a bad wrap.  Those shiny purple orbs can often seem intimidating, but fear not, our baked stuffed eggplant is perfectly delicious!  11736...



Monday, February 10, 2014

Seasonal Snippet: Diggin’ Rutabagas & Mid-Winter Tacos

Seasonal Snippet: Diggin’ Rutabagas & Mid-Winter Tacos

contributed by Katy Morris In the bitter cold of February here in the Northeast, we are shining the spotlight on a locally grown, versatile root vegetable, the rutabaga.  Ruta- What? Rutabagas, otherwise known as swedes, are members of the Brassica family. Although not brightly colored or calling ou...



Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Local Carrots and How to Elicit Nature’s Sweetness

Local Carrots and How to Elicit Nature’s Sweetness

Maybe it was my recent visit to the famous NYC vegetarian restaurant, Dirt Candy, that influenced my decision to NOT doll these baby carrots up too much. They had been pulled from the winter ground the day before by organic farmer, Patti Popp, Sport Hill Farm, CT,  and I like showing their roots and straggly...



Monday, January 6, 2014

Worldly Culinary Fusion, Jazz & Roasted Squash Salad

Worldly Culinary Fusion, Jazz & Roasted Squash Salad

contributed by Katy Morris With its elegantly cozy ambiance, welcoming staff, and a distinctive menu chock full of locally sourced, seasonal options with a global twist crafted by renowned Chef Francois Kwaku-Dongo, the eleven14 Kitchen hits all the marks for a great dining experience. Kosher Like Me w...



Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Vegetarian Dishes Abound at Aladin, Indian Bistro (Try this Fried Okra!)

Vegetarian Dishes Abound at Aladin, Indian Bistro (Try this Fried Okra!)

contributed by Katy Morris Celebrated Chef Kausik Roy, a culinary expert who has mastered the intricacies of authentic Indian cuisine and has been successfully satisfying the palates of East Village and CT diners for years, has opened the doors of his newest eatery in Fairfield County, Aladin Indian Bistro...



Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Creamy Polenta with Roasted Mushrooms

Creamy Polenta with Roasted Mushrooms

After dining at Eataly's vegetarian restaurant, Le Verdure, Marla Cohen was inspired to whip up her own creamy polenta with a melange of her favorite 'shrooms. 11830...



Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Toasted Farro Salad with Summer Veggies

Toasted Farro Salad with Summer Veggies

Been reading much about farro lately? It's one of those densely nutritious ancient grains that we should be eating more of. Maybe that's why I loved learning about this bright, summery, market-sourced salad at Haven's Kitchen's Salad Class a few weeks ago. 11872...



Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Table Verte,Vegetarian French Bistro & Carrot Salad

Table Verte,Vegetarian French Bistro & Carrot Salad

If you’re staying local this summer but dreaming of Paris, head to Table Verte on 7th Street in the East Village, NYC, for a taste of traditional bistro fare. Well, maybe not so traditional since Table Verte is vegetarian. And as far as I can see, it is the only French vegetarian restaurant in NYC. That al...



Wednesday, May 22, 2013

MagNoodles: Organic Pasta for your Summer Pleasure

MagNoodles: Organic Pasta for your Summer Pleasure

 Recently, a friend of E’s, a budding Broadway star at the ripe old age of 23, asked me if I would boil up some of his college pal’s Mom’s “cool” pasta and consider sharing my thoughts with my readers.  Sure! But I have lists growing outa of the ears of my lists about places to eat, people to c...