A Presidential Menu; a Caveman's Kitchen Tool
This week in food blogs ...
Grub Street found out what President Barack Obama and Speaker Nancy Pelosi ate at the $15,000-a-plate Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee dinner at the St. Regis.
Eater learned firsthand just how hard it is to get into Provocateur without a reservation ... even if you are a 9.
Feast listed its best burgers, which included all the usual suspects (Shack, Minetta, Corner).
Midtown Lunch lamented the Bistro Truck's reluctance to move to the neighborhood, especially given its divine lamb and chicken plates.
Atlantic Food proclaimed the end of veggies -- the word, that is. For it's cringeworthiness.
Slice visited Pizzaland, the New Jersey pizza place in the opening sequence of The Sopranos. And the pies weren't half bad.
Eat Me Daily noticed a new trend: rabbits in moons. Is it better than bunnies in bellies?
Blondie & Brownie got excited for the 34th annual St. George's Ukrainian Festival in the East Village this weekend.
The Food Section discovered how you can cook like caveman with the Homo Sapiens Kitchen Tool, a limestone rock with multiple uses.
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