Doggie Bag: This Week in Charlie
This tasty, prime New York Strip came courtesy of New York Strip Steakhouse & Cabaret.
This week on the blog:
- Estancia: A cheap merlot that actually doesn't rank on the Universal Suckitude Scale.
- The Meatist tries to pull a fast one on unsuspecting vegetarians.
- Our 100 Favorite Dishes this week cover Martorano's meatballs, ribs from Troy's, and uni pasta from Yakko-San.
- Even after its Kitchen Nightmares overhaul, Le Bistro in Lighthouse Point is bad, bad, bad.
- Our review this week is on Nu-Sushi and Sushi Simon, two joints serving fresh, authentic Japanese food.
- Got an iron constitution? Then check out natto, a fermented Japanese bean that's hard to stomach.
- Get in the passover spirit with this recipe for beef brisket.
- Eggsotic crosses over to Palm Beach island in style.
- These Olive Garden dishes are so bad, even Charlie can't handle them.
- No, it's not Emeril's catch phrase. It's Bam Biere, a tangy farmhouse ale from Jolly Pumpkin Ales.
- Over the top media kits lead to great steaks around these parts.
- Spring is officially here. Time to ring it in with this fresh radish and blackberry salad.
- We miss Italian Oven Cafe, but at least you can recreate their awesome artichoke pesto at home.
- A nigh-unpronounceable I'm Eating What. See if you can manage to say it.
- Good coffee is easy to come by at Fresh Market.
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