In celebration of pie day, I made a "Very Rich Fudge Pie", a recipe I picked up in Tucson, Arizona.
In the small town of Leroy, near western New York, lies a fun family restaurant in an old train station: the D&R Depot.
On a recent road trip, I found a fantastic family restaurant in Stewartstown PA, just north of the Maryland border.
In Orchard Park New York, just down the street from the stadium of the Buffalo Bills, is a fabulous family style restaurant serving all the local favorites.
The Cresent City! Birthplace of jazz and the blues and home to hundreds of world class restaurants. Here is a small sampling as to what is available.
A beach restaurant in the mountains of northern Maryland? You betcha! And it has some great seafood.
If Buffalo is known for one thing (other than snow and the Bills), it is chicken wings. There are many places throughout the city where you can get good wings. Truly great wings, on the other hand, is much harder to find. Hidden away in a Knights of Columbus hall in Kenmore, you will find a place that serves the best.
After several disappointments in the poutine I had been served at various restaurants, I was looking for a restaurant that served the authentic stuff. Allen St. Poutine, on Allen Street in Buffalo, did not disappoint.
Blending Hawaian food with Mexican is not the most obvious cuisine fusion, but a new restaurant in Dupont Circle serving up tacos Hawaiian style shows that the combination can be dynamite.
I consider poutine one of the national foods of Canada. However, it is very hard to get good poutine in the States. So when Air Canada set up a popup restaurant featuring the dish, I decided to give it a try.