I love my friends. Items are sold by the retailer, not by TODAY. 1. It was a real high-low evening, which is exactly how I like it, and which made me feel so loved and seen. I was level-9.5 hungry at this point and had another cookie, and then some preserved lemon dip I was serving with the raw vegetables for the snack portion of the evening. ice cream, the best kind of ice cream. Toss the scallions, celery, cilantro, chile, fish sauce, vinegar and lime juice together in a large bowl. No pants, all focus. We walked over to Cervo’s for dinner, for wine, clams, head-on prawns, and good vibes. Sort by. I do not recommend this lifestyle. https://www.today.com/recipes/celery-salad-cilantro-sesame-recipe-t173215 Post-massage, I met up with my friend Sara Kramer who’s a very talented chef in Los Angeles. On my way to the train, the farmers’ market was mostly closed, but there were a few people still packing up, including my guys at Martin’s Pretzels, who sold me a bag of pretzels for $2 and kept me from crashing completely. Photo by Danny Kim. Here’s Another Reminder to Stop Using Delivery Apps, A New Mexican Deli Lands in Bushwick With Real-Deal Birria, Good-bye to MeMe’s Diner, a Restaurant That Instantly Felt Like Home. To celebrate, she feasted on Cheetos Puffs (“a superior Cheetos”) and Baskin-Robbins ice cream. When I leave New York one day, this will be the thing I miss the most. The yoga class was hard, okay? The Best Gifts for Beer Lovers, According to Brewers and Beer Lovers. © 2020 Vox Media, LLC. So I ate a bunch of cookie dough before 10 a.m., because you need to know if it’s good before you bake. After breakfast, I ate the last of my fermented pickles because, again, EVERYTHING’S GOTTA GO. and went back home to work, thinking how funny it would be if I got food poisoning the day my cookbook comes out. It’s not a laziness thing; it’s a comfort thing. It was a lot of food, so we didn’t have room for dessert (something I rarely order anyway). Slice celery and scallions thinly on the bias for long elegant slices. If he were watching me write this, he’d also want me to mention that he also makes better coffee and popcorn. After the Met, we rode Citi Bikes all around Central Park, and boy was I wearing the wrong outfit for that. She co-owns Kismet with her partner Sarah Hymanson, and we are doing a cookbook dinner together in a few weeks at Madcapra, their falafel spot in Grand Central Market, so we met at Lalito for a drink to talk menu ideas and just generally catch up. I returned them (I was nice about it!) Scrambled eggs, toasted She Wolf miche (his with butter and marmalade; mine with ricotta, salt, and Aleppo pepper), and some bacon that I had to use up. For the dinner, I wanted a kind of “steakhouse” vibe, so there was shrimp cocktail, my version of a wedge salad (no watery tomatoes, no blue cheese, lots of crispy bacon, herbs, and sour cream), creamed spinach, crispy smashed potatoes, and rib eyes with watermelon-radish toasts. Reprinted from Nothing Fancy. She also enjoyed some meals out — at Cervo’s for head-on shrimp and Han Dynasty for her “favorite thing in all of New York.” Read all about it in this week’s Grub Street Diet. All rights reserved. Dress before serving. We bought ice cream (three flavors!) We had a drink at Sunny’s, the best bar in New York, and walked over. And “The Chicken,” with 500-plus reviews, in just over a month. I’m there often, almost as much as Hart’s, their sister restaurant. Honestly, anything that is crispy that I can wrap in a giant lettuce leaf and dip into sambal and nuoc cham I would eat a million of. Sour Cream and Onion Dip Alison Roman. She has two small dogs and two Persian cats, which are shaved like lions, and they are very special. TODAY has affiliate relationships, so we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchases.