What the what?: Baked Ziti Pizza

Pizza in New York City is such a cliché. An easily-available-greasy-cheap-rubbery-must-have cliche. I don’t know about the average New Yorker, but lord knows I have it far too often. Five times a week too often. And it’s bad, but so good. I can’t even begin to explain it: It’s a disgusting fast food Siren SongContinue reading “What the what?: Baked Ziti Pizza”

Hole-y Yumgasm!: New York City Doughnuts You’d be an Idiot to Miss

Look, I’m a skinny kid-turned-fat kid-turned-manageable weight kid. I’ve never been one to watch what I eat, mostly because food is too good and life is too short. And though I’ve become smarter about the provenance of the foods I put in my mouth, I will always think diets are the work of the Devil.Continue reading “Hole-y Yumgasm!: New York City Doughnuts You’d be an Idiot to Miss”

In Honor of Bastille Day: 5 New York City French Food “Musts”

Le sigh. What is it about French food? Though I’ve never been to France, I can’t get enough of the timelessness of a soul-warming cassoulet, or escargot dripping in garlic butter, or crunchy and light baguette. French food is, at its core, simple and life-affirming. In honor of the numerous yumgasms I’ve experienced courtesy ofContinue reading “In Honor of Bastille Day: 5 New York City French Food “Musts””