My Experience with Newark Airport Terminal & United Polaris

I’m not sure why New Yorker’s (including myself) have a stigma with flying out of Newark Airport. Let me start by debunking this myth: Newark is not farther than JFK or LGA. Seriously, take your phone out right now and search the driving time. Now that that’s out of the way, the United Terminal at Newark is, simply put, an outstanding experience. It’s more reminiscent of a world class food hall with top quality restaurants than a dismal terminal where you eat a sad tuna sandwich before getting on a plane.

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Guest Blog Post – Have Your Fill: Five of Our Favorite Stuffed Donuts in NYC

By: Kate, The Donut Problem

Ever notice that filled donuts are typically outliers in a sea of holed donuts? While I’d never look down upon the latter, there’s definitely something extra special about donuts that utilize every square millimeter of their precious real estate. With many exquisite filled donuts to choose from in NYC, here’s a short list of some of my favorites:

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5 Reasons You Need to Go to Louisville

Turns out my food-filled trip down to Louisville was full of a lot more than hot chicken, cheeseburgers and biscuits and gravy. In just two days, I felt like I had a second home, a new abundance of knowledge and profound pride in being an American. If you’ve ever considered taking a trip to Louisville, or even if you haven’t, here are five reason why it’s worth checking out ASAP.

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7 Perfect NYC Spots for Jewish-Style Appetizing

If there’s one thing New York does really well, it’s a bagel with cream cheese and smoked fish; historically known as “appetizing” in Jewish tradition. The semi-recent opening of Russ & Daughters Café has catalyzed a resurgence of this very nostalgic fare and we could not be happier about it. Here are seven of our favorites spots, new and old, in NYC:

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New Apparel!

So excited to announce that I just created some food-themed swag now for sale on Etsy. I wouldn’t have been able to do this without all of you and am so grateful for your support. It would mean so much to me if you could check it out and let me know what you think. Would also LOVE it if you got a shirt 🙂

HERE is the link again!

5 Food Trends to Look Out For in 2017

Developments in technology, climate and the ever-changing digital landscape constantly force our food preferences to evolve. With this come trends like poke and fads like crazy milkshakes. This past year, we saw a ton of veggie focused restaurants pop-up paired with the introduction of genetically modified meats on both a retail and wholesale level. Looking ahead, we can expect coconut to emerge as the hottest superfood, an influx of Nordic fare and a lot more cauliflower. Okay, I’m not giving anything else away! Read about some of my predictions for 2017 here:

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Guest Blog Post: 8 Fried Chicken Dishes to Get on Your Radar

Screen Shot 2016-12-23 at 10.30.32 AM.png1) Harold’s Meat + Three Fried Chicken: Marinated for three days, this dish is well worth the wait you’ll experience at Chef Harold Moore’s new spot in the Arlo Hotel. The secret to Harold’s fried chicken is that it’s made with cornish hen, rendering a uniquely juicy, tender experience when fried. The chicken is served with two sauces: one sweet and tangy and the other super spicy. We’d recommend switching between the two for the perfect balance.

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