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Nov-19-2011

Coma Inducing Southern Style Skillet Gnocchi

Posted by Tender Branson under Top Foodie Blog
For people or kids new to a language, idioms can be a bitch. These tiny phrases are rooted with figurative meanings that must be learned just like any other piece of vocabulary. Ask someone who is new to the language to draw a picture of a “a chip on your shoulder” and you will undoubtedly [...]

Oct-23-2011

Tabaré Gives Uruguay Its Due

Posted by Mango Lassie under Top Foodie Blog
My parents were visiting last weekend, and in true Lassie style, much of that time was spent eating. Our meals included visits to Mile End and Zabb Elee, near-perfect bagels from Park Slope’s Bagel Hole, Blue Smoke fried chicken and ribs at the Jazz Standard, lunch at the Upper East Side’s Paola’s with other Oregon [...]

Oct-18-2011

Why You Should Scamper on Over to Scampo

Posted by Nick B under Top Foodie Blog
Honestly, I don’t know what has taken me so long, but I finally managed to make it down to the Liberty Hotel in Boston to dine at Scampo. This acclaimed restaurant was recognized by Esquire Magazine as one of the … Continue reading [...]

Oct-12-2011

Tasted Menu & Dinner @ Blue Inc.

Posted by Daisy under Top Foodie Blog
About a month and a half ago, I was contacted by Alex Rosenfeld, Founder and CEO of Tasted Menu, a website and forthcoming mobile app focused on dish specific reviews at Boston Restaurants, asking if I would be interested in participating in their pre-... [...]

Oct-12-2011

Tasted Menu & Dinner @ Blue Inc.

Posted by Daisy under Top Foodie Blog
About a month and a half ago, I was contacted by Alex Rosenfeld, Founder and CEO of Tasted Menu, a website and forthcoming mobile app focused on dish specific reviews at Boston Restaurants, asking if I would be interested in participating in their pre-... [...]

Sep-27-2011

Healthy Gnocchi, Quick and Tasty

Posted by Todd Barron under Top Foodie Blog
By Todd Barron @ FoodieCuisine.com I made gnocchi tonight and it tasted wonderful (even my 11 year old liked it.)  The best part?  It was low-calorie and fit into my diet perfectly. Ingredients 1 Package gnocchi (should be <660 calories for the entire box) 1/2 Red onion 1/2 Cup roasted garlic (from the deli section) [...]

Aug-31-2011

Chiapparelli’s

Posted by theminx under Top Foodie Blog
When I was a kid, growing up in Fells Point, a trip to Little Italy (or, as we pronounced it, "Lil Lily") was usually reserved for special occasions. Once in a while we'd get a pizza from DiNitti's, or a bag of ossa di morte ("bones of the dead" - very... [...]

Aug-26-2011

Restaurant Week @ Grotto

Posted by Daisy under Top Foodie Blog
Summer Restaurant Week has been good to me; so good, in fact, that I find myself looking back on restaurant weeks past, wondering if certain meals were deserving of as much praise I gave them. All comparisons aside, the two weeks of prix fix menus are ... [...]

Jul-19-2011

Party of 14 at Tresca

Posted by Daisy under Top Foodie Blog
Saturday night I remained happily in the company of my fun-loving family members. After traveling back at various times from New Hampshire, we reconvened at my apartment for some apertivi before making the walk over to Tresca Restaurant for a 7:30pm di... [...]

On Monday night, Underground 119 rolled out their first ever pop-up restaurant, and Mr. Jackson and I had the pleasure of attending. The one-night-only eaterie, called Guido and Luigi’s, featured Italian fare with that Tom Ramsey slant to it. My date and I had 9:30 reservations, so when we arrived just a few minutes early [...]