RESTAURANT: Death Ave

Now that spring is really here, New Yorkers and visitors to the city are heading to the High Line, the elevated train tracks that have been turned into a unique urban park. Built in 1934 to transport goods through Manhattan, the High Line ran from 34th Street to Spring Street in SoHo. The elevated tracks…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Layered Dip Recipes, Part 2

Take the ingredients of a Greek salad and turn it into a layered dip, served with pita chips. Photo courtesy SouthByMouth.Blogspot.com.   Yesterday, we discussed layered dips, beginning with the layered Mexican dip, also known as a layered bean dip and seven-layer dip. We also introduced a layered Middle Eastern dip. In Part 2, we…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Greek Lamb Burger

A lamb burger, Mediterranean style. Photo courtesy Hubbard Inn | Chicago.   Whether you prefer classic condiments and traditional toppings or would rather go the adventurous route, the hamburger lends itself to many interpretations (see our long list of burger variations for every day of the month, and then some). At Chicago’s Hubbard Inn, Executive…
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