There are pros and cons to being a vegetarian, and for a long time, giving up bowls of hot, steamy, noodle soup was a con: It was difficult to find a version in the city that wasn't meat-based. Now, though, vegetarian soups have made their way onto ramen and pho menus all over the city. Just in tim ... More >>
Your Crap Archivist brings you the finest in forgotten and bewildering crap culled from thrift stores, estate sales, and flea markets. Raising Sexually Pure Kids Author: Tim LaHaye Date: 1998 Publisher: Multnomah Publishing, Discovered at: Salvation Army, 112 4th Ave The Cover Promises: "You c ... More >>
The news of a rapper-packed revamp of Hollywood Squares has been greeted positively, not least because everyone has been able to join in the fun of Googling the demographic term "malennials" to find out if they are going to be allowed to watch the show. It's also allowed some people speculate on whi ... More >>
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Bryan HorowitzIn this week's Voice I talked about the new album by Kelly Clarkson, inaugural American Idol and the pop star who seems most likely to be a rip-roaring time at a coffee klatsch/Tupperware party/gathering of pals. The show that put her on the map, of course, is known for putting ... More >>
Bryan Horowitz Kelly Clarkson Highline Ballroom Wednesday, May 25 Better than: Watching the American Idol finale in real time. I'll be honest: There was something pretty delicious about spending last night, during which a super-frustrating American Idol season came to an end by crowning a ... More >>
Michael WhiteWhile Chris Cannon has had to shutter his two acclaimed restaurants, post divorce from his chef-partner, Michael White, White is doing fine. In fact, he's doing well enough to take time out to shill for Tupperware with a "unique pop-up dining experience called the TupperClub."
Jackie Hoffman, dressed for work.Jackie Hoffman is an actress, a comedienne, and the owner of some of the most flexible facial muscles in entertainment history. If you didn't see her on Broadway as Hairspray's Prudy Pringleton or as The Addams Family's Grandma, there's a good chance you caugh ... More >>
Recycle your KFC.KFC has announced it will be the first fast-food chain to introduce reusable food containers in early 2011. The container, which is used to hold sides like slaw and looks like a small Tupperware, has already won a 2010 Greener Package Award. It debuted in select markets earli ... More >>
"The idea was to have a visual identity before the band even started, before the music started. It kind of worked because people would be like, 'Dude, what is this? What is No Age?'" Radiohead's Colin Greenwood wearing the No Age "Classic" in January 2008 Dean Spunt's first band was a punk-rock ou ... More >>
To survive the ordeal of escaping Guatemala, Julia needed a big Heart. But not this big.
Grand Opening/td>Lysander wows the crowd.Booze? Check. (If you BYO'ed.) Soul food? Check. (The fried chicken is delicious.) Entertainment? Check. (This is where it gets interesting...) "Welcome to our home," says redheaded Vicky, inviting people into a Norfolk Street storefront, her uppity v ... More >>
'Tis Friday. Thus, 'tis time to look back on the best posts of the last 120 hours: We ranked Our 10 Best Sausages. Kunafa is like the Middle East's version of a cheese Danish, and can be found in Bay Ridge. Donatella Arpaia confirmed her cooking show and suggested she might replace Michael Psila ... More >>
Tupperware and testosterone, together at last.Yet another sign that guys are the new pet demographic for marketers peddling food-related goods and services: Tupperware will throw a publicity event tomorrow dubbed Kitchen Aphrodisiac with New Orleans Saints player Reggie Bush and hunky actor P ... More >>
Academy Awards heads-up: Basterds and biopsies.
Courtesy Publishers Group Canada and the CBC Jonathan Ames is the author of nine books, creator of the HBO series Bored to Death, amateur boxer, and a Brooklynite. We caught up with Ames to talk about his adventures with food, and eating in and around his neighborhood.
One of William Dean's delectables.Bowls of cacao beans, vats of liquid chocolate, and stacks of truffles invaded the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea this past weekend as the Chocolate Show touched down in New York. French event planners Sylvie Douce and Francoise Jeantet have taken their tra ... More >>
There's been a longstanding complaint that rogue state senator Pedro Espada Jr. doesnt really live in the Bronx, which he was elected to represent, but in Mamaroneck; Espada gave Daily News reporters a tour of his Bronx address, showing off family photos as proof of his residency, which they didn't ... More >>
Photo borrowed from jessicagottlieb.com Yesterday, we pointed to a Times piece about MeMe Roth, the Upper West Side mother of two who has her kids sneak any junk food they've been given at school into a Tupperware she calls a "junk food collector" so that they can bring it back to her and she can u ... More >>
Is your favorite kabob guy operating under a dead guy's license? Maybe. The city is investigating a racket in which street food vendors pretend to be other vendors who have died or left the country. Renewed permits go for $200, and can be leased for thousands. [NY Post] Kids are still too fat these ... More >>
Remember that council bill proposing that fast food places be "zoned" away from schools? Councilmember Eric Gioia was assisted in that crusade by National Action Against Obesity, which we noted at the time was also campaigning against girl scout cookies. And that's what rang a bell when we were read ... More >>
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