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Restaurant Review: American Cut (NYC)

Official site: http://www.americancutsteakhouse.com/

Came here for restaurant week and was not disappointed.

Ordered the prix fixe menu. Appetizers were Jim Baker oysters, Cesar salad, and thick cut bacon. 163 more words


The Perfect Steak in 4 Simple Steps

Cooking steak is brutally simple, what’s hard is resisting the urge to overthink it. I have the privilege  of working in a great steakhouse, and I promise you, if you follow these instructions, you too can serve a kick-butt steak. 249 more words


Porter Square

The North Cambridge neighborhood known today as Porter Square takes its name from Zachariah B. Porter, a highly successful innkeeper once described as “a host no one could excel and very few could match.” Porter’s Hotel was demolished long ago to make way for new developments and his large cattle stockyards are now occupied by houses and business blocks. 1,131 more words


Hurricane's Grill @ Gunawarman

Taystar ⭐️⭐️/5

Fancy interior gave us a good impression, however, we were overwhelmed by the pricetag on the rib and chicken. To be honest, the ribs were good but I wouldn’t pay that much for this. 21 more words

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Just For One Or Two cookbook back in stock plus a special Valentine's Day menu

Hot off the press!
Our sell-out cookbook is now back in stock!

Just for One or Two is one of the fastest selling cookbooks we have ever published. 978 more words


Dishwasher Inspections

Are you wondering if your dishwasher is cleaning your dishes thoroughly? Hire your cat to do a sniff inspection. Payment can be rendered in tuna, chicken, shrimp and/or steak, depending on your inspector’s preferences.


There must be a reason why I never want to walk up to Gare du Nord

There must be a reason why I never want to walk up to Gare du Nord—even though it is probably a shorter distance to Gare du Nord than to Fifth Avenue. 234 more words