4 Days in New York City
I tend to avoid writing about out-of-town dining, mostly because I’m not that interested myself in reading about restaurants I’ll never visit. If there’s an article in Food & Wine about a charming little cafe on the shores of a bucolic lake in Patagonia, I’m already turning the pages looking for the next article.
New York City is different. A lot of you, like me, go to New York a couple times a year for business or personal reasons. Some of you…READ ARTICLE »
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I was born and raised in Minneapolis, where I grew up feasting on tater-tot hot dish, real sweet corn, Pearson’s Nut Goodies, and that celebration of all things fried on a stick, the Minnesota State Fair. My mom and stepdad owned a series of restaurants in town, including the pioneering New French Café in the warehouse district, which still has some of the best bread I’ve ever eaten (the secret was the oat flour). Across town, my dad owned a Jewish deli called Deli-ca-Chessens. Read More »