Posts Tagged ‘turkey’

Eating the World Cup

The World Cup kicks off Friday in South Africa, and I'm starting to plan my soccer-watching itinerary.  Soccer tournaments have been my favorite occasions for food-touristing in the cities in which I've lived, and the World Cup offers the most wide-ranging opportunities at all. I recall perhaps most fondly one long night of quarterfinals in […]

Don’t Want to Cook For Thanksgiving? Drink Your Dinner This Year

The Internet is rife with Thanksgiving-themed beer pairings, so we've elected to take a slightly different tack. This  year why not drink beer made with the ingredients of all your Thanksgiving foods instead of eating the same old tired feast? It'll save you time in the kitchen, guaranteed. If you insist on cooking and need […]

Help Y&H Cook a Locally Sourced Holiday Dinner

Let's say, for the sake of argument, that Y&H wanted to cook a holiday dinner from locally sourced ingredients. You know, just so Y&H could be totally in harmony with the whole local/seasonal/sustainable zeitgeist. Now don't assume I'm trolling for tips in order to write a City Paper story, because, God knows, we have a […]

Thanksgiving Alternatives: Duck a L’Orange

Duck l'orangeKimberlée Anne – Marie Elisabeth | MySpace Video Given the wealth of proteins that may have been on the original Thanksgiving table, I'm not sure how we Americans ended up so obsessed with the turkey. I'm sure it had to do with some confluence of agri-business, Madison Avenue, and JFK's undying love for bronzed birds. (Insert […]

Happy Holidays from Young & Hungry

May your turkey be more tender than the Griswold family's.