Day 2: A New York Foodie’s Christmas Wish List. (AKA, The 12 Days Leading up to a Foodie’s Christmas)

All Recipes, Holidays | December 14, 2017 | By

Happy Friday Dec 13th everyone!

I hope you are enjoying this crazy holiday season and are not making yourself crazy trying to get too much done in a short period of time.

Whether you’ve been to NYC or not, you know about the foods that NYC is synonymous for.

Pickles, Pretzels, Knish, Hot Dogs and the list goes on.

If you like food, and I assume you do, you NEED to get this book.

Arthur Schwartz is the foremost authority on NYC food.

When I hear the words NY Foodie I always think of Arthur, second.

I think of myself first, of course.

If you want to make someone happy this holiday season…give them this book.

If you want to make yourself REALLY happy this holiday season, but a copy for yourself.

In addition to some really fascinating stories, Arthur give you 160 recipes for delicious NYC foods such as Eggs Benedict, New York Cheesecake, Manhattan Clam Chowder and so many more.

“Throughout the book, Schwartz’s text is transporting, taking readers back to Delmonico’s, the Colony, and the Horn & Hardart Automats. Whether revealing how an obscure dish known as Omelet Surprise was transformed into the decidedly chichi dessert Baked Alaska; investigating why some Jewish restaurants came to be known as Roumanian steakhouses; or instructing readers on the way to bake a molten chocolate minicake worthy of Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Arthur Schwartz’s New York City Food is the ideal dining companion.”

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