Sure, New York City is home to a number of decent ramen places. Ra Ra Ken and Ippudo always come to mind, but living on the other side of the GW Bridge, driving to the city and circling the neighborhood to find a half-decent parking spot just for ramen is too much of a headache.
I found this guacamole recipe online, but I wanted a sweet garlic flavor and a bit more kick to it. Turn your guacamole from good to great with this recipe. I used roasted garlic and threw in a chitpotle pepper to spice things up. It’s an easy recipe to follow and it takes very little
Upon hearing about bulgogi hot dogs from a friend some months ago, I was skeptical of a modern mish-mash between East and West. I am familiar with the concept of fusion, but this just sounded ridiculous. In one corner, a Western classic that’s as American as baseball. In the other corner, a traditional Korean dish
Last month, I had the pleasure of experiencing Korean fried chicken for the first time at Bon Chon Chicken in Manhattan. For my second time, I went to Boom Boom Chicken in Fort Lee on Wednesday. I’ve been reading the reviews about this place and I heard the chicken is comparable to that of Bon
Today I had lunch at The Greek Village restaurant in Northvale, NJ. It’s a small restaurant with about ten seats, and when I was there this afternoon, it was a full house. While I love getting chicken and rice off the streetside in New York City, the chicken souvlaki platter at this place was better
It’s hard to imagine a ramen lover like me took so long to finally come to the much heralded Ippudo NY. Well, here I am, waiting for my food to come. This place is where the ramen is supposed to end all ramens. I’ll be the judge of that. As I was brought to my