After a dedicating well over a year to #FritterFridays, my stomach is moving on.
The Stoop, 311 W. Fayette St. in Syracuse, has reopened, and people should be happy.
A recent lunch at The Fish Friar in Syracuse taste buds swimming with joy.
It’s the winter holiday season, which means a few things: If you’re still eating Thanksgiving leftovers, you should (probably? maybe?) throw out the remnants. Heartier cooking makes…… Read more “Conspiracy Under ‘Wraps’”
For those who know my mother understand she’s a great cook. It’s not chauvinistic to point out her ability to maneuver and create edible art in the kitchen. My brother…… Read more “Tough Biscuits”
In 2010, one of the most detrimental noncritical occurrences to shake up a city lifestyle food scene was defined by the closing of Clark’s Ale House location at…… Read more “Beef with Beef”
My early arrival to the Cuban diner, Copellia, was appropriate. For one, I didn’t want my unfamiliarity to get the best of me this time. Instead of…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Postscript’”
Before I met up with Bukowski, my sweet tooth was acting up. Passing Ample Hills Creamery and not giving in was already understood to be a loss (for…… Read more “New York Stories: ‘Sweet Spot’”
I get cranky without coffee. It’s rare that I go a day without a cup. The conversation that I had with the woman at the Wegmans in…… Read more “The Wegmans Showdown (or) All Coffee, No Donunts”