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Archive: August 2005

And Now for Something Not-So-Completely Different

Posted on August 5, 2005

Kosher Korean food? That’s something new! My Most Favorite Lunch Companion and I checked out Cho-Sun, one of Teaneck’s newest eateries, to see what “Korean BBQ” is all about. The lunch menu is quite limited – only six items: four “bento boxes” and two burgers. MMFLC tried the galbi box, and I had the bulgogi. Continue Reading »

WINES FOR SUMMER

Posted on August 4, 2005

Let’s face it- with a back yard full of free-loading relatives who never manage to reciprocate your gourmet, three fire pits, star spangled BBQ’s, you don’t want to bring out a hundred dollar bottle of wine. On the other hand, you also don’t want to come off as a tight wad, so you don’t take Continue Reading »

SWEET AND SOUR DILL CUKE SALAD

Posted on August 2, 2005

We got this recipe from the NY Times quite a while ago. We have made it several times, and our guests have always enjoyed it. 2 medium seedless cukes, sliced into wafer thin slices 2 Tablespoons of white wine vinegar 1 Teaspoon salt (or to taste) 1/4 cup finely chopped dill Put the thin cuke Continue Reading »

MAESTRO LEONARDO CELEBRATES

Posted on August 1, 2005

On Sunday, Maestro Leonardo and his wife, Nicole, celebrated the birth of their second child with a most joyous baby naming at Lincoln Square Synagogue in Manhattan. First of all, a hearty mazal tov to Nicole and Lenny on Yael’s birth and naming. May she grow to a life of Torah, Mitzvot and Maasim Tovim. Continue Reading »