Margaritas, anyone? On Monday, we told you how we’ve been craving this delicious Mexican drink, preferably paired with chips and guacamole, or a few fish tacos, enjoyed from a shady outdoor patio.
We should probably just buy a plane ticket to Mexico, but, in the interim, we’d like to sip a quality margarita - none of that plastic bottle tequila and margarita mix, thank you very much. No, we want the real deal.
So, asked you guys for your recommendations, and, as usual, you delivered. We’ve rounded up your favorites - there were a lot - and curated them a tiny bit. Looks like we’ve got a lot of drinking to do this summer.
Without further ado, your favorite margaritas in NYC:
I know broccoli is not the most popular vegetable.I don´t particulary like it very much,myself.But then again,is one of the most healthiest veggies you could eat. So,because I´m a mom,I cook it.This is one of the best ways to ingest it. Just boil it,and make a bechamel adding cream and a bit of cornstarch to make it as thick as you can.Add the broccoli and let the mix get cold,for a few hours. Then,cut with a cookie cutter,add parmesan cheese on top,and grill it in the oven.
FUN-FUCKING-TASTIC. Not fit for low fat diets,though……nothing can be perfect….
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If it hadn’t been for Tania reminding me, I would have completely forgotten to post photos of the cupcakes I baked a few days ago. If there’s one thing I love is baking…not so much because of sweet tooth cause in all honesty out of a batch of 24 cupcakes I’ll eat three at the most…I actually find…
Few things surprise me, but there is a fish swimming under my lobster salad.
(I’m at a food photography event hosted by Sony Electronics in San Diego today.)
Analog Barcelona: Escamarlas - The Boqueria
Hooray! Another good reason to eat lots of dark chocolate, not that I needed it!
New research shows that consumption of antioxidants in dark chocolate, called cocoa flavanols, improves visual and cognitive function. So now when I’m reaching into my chocolate cupboard (yes, I do actually have…