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  1. This, exactly (and in the '70s). I still have every issue of his two newsletters.
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    Hearth

    When he opens Health, his Asian-vegetarian fusion place.
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    Tia Pol

    How about viciously humourless? (NOT a dig at you, but too good to pass up.) [Just passing through...]
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    BBQ Tasting

    I had the pleasure of dining at Pearson's UES last week, and the ribs were excellent. If, however, business that evening was typical, Newsday may soon be publishing another such story.
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    difara

    Isn't it just like Dom to tell customers which ingredients each day are good and which are not? I won't hesitate to order artichokes again on his recommendation--in season or not.
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    difara

    Still sautéed; just frozen to start with rather than fresh.
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    difara

    Fear not. As of about two weeks ago, Dom was using frozen artichokes, which, in his opinion--and to my untutored palate--were essentially indistinguishable in taste and texture from the fresh item when baked in a pizza, absent a side-by-side comparison.
  8. A red Brandywine purchased from Keith's on Wednesday was the best I've had so far this year.
  9. A number of lunches of the $20 and $30 variety over the course of the summer have proven deliciously satisfying.
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    Burgers in NY

    I had dinner the other night with some of the Burger Club guys & gals at New York Burger Co., initially much praised elsewhere. Unfortunately, the food on the tray added up to less than the sum of its attractive parts -- though better-balanced when ordered as a double. On the way back, we passed through Madison Square Park. The scent of grease from the Shake Shack was so seductive that one of us bought a burger, which, based on just a tiny taste, was very promising.
  11. I never understood NC barbecue until I spent several days there last year, trying about six of the places in Lexington. Of these, I liked Lexington #1 the best; by the time I left, I could almost imagine eating no other kind of Q. There's a bunch of good discussion of NCQ over on eGullet.
  12. At last, something upon which we can all agree: Friends don't let friends -- much less loved ones -- anywhere near AOL.
  13. Nick, for shame! When you buy a Mac, the terrorists win.
  14. I thought that the site rules prohibited religious and political advocacy. Doesn't this Mac evangelism smell of both?
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