Add turkey eggs and allow to set-up for around 1 minute. Carefully put the spatula under the edges to get the egg off the bottom of the pan. Add chopped ramps over the top, salt and pepper to taste and then carefully flip the entire egg over.
Add one piece of picked garlic scape, one green olive, one piece of prosciutto and cube of manchego.
*Use prosciutto for half the appetizers and anchovies for the other half. Do not add both to one toothpick.
In a large pot (or Dutch oven) over medium heat add a little olive oil. Add chopped onion and cook for about 3 minutes until translucent. Do not brown.
Add Arborio rice and stir. Cook for a couple minutes until the rice develops a little sheen.
My favorite guacamole recipe growing up came from a kids cookbook. The dish was simple: ripe avocado, chopped tomatoes, chopped green onion, lemon juice, garlic powder and salt.
I wanted to find a limited set of ingredients that paired well together. The pork has a natural sweetness which is cut with the bold pepper crust. The ramps round the dish out and are a nice way to introduce someone to a new ingredient.
Founder and creator George Isaacs has done it again with an even bigger turn out for the 7th Annual Winter Film Festival in New York. George has been there and done that in the film world. He has been part of production teams for Round House Pictures, I.D. Films, Park Avenue Post and Red Reel Pictures.
BalletNext kicked off the 2018 season in grand style with 5 days of performances at New York Live Arts in Chelsea.
Michele Wiles, founder of the contemporary ballet company and former principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre choreographed 4 pieces for the shows: The Pianist, Experience, Follin and Vibrer, Follin.
The Merchant House is a taste of Old New York in the East Village and a place I had walked past a thousand times without giving a second thought that something historic was right in front of me.
This is a recommended visit for families and fans of magic. You can plan to spend about 1/2 hour in the museum.
The New York City Fire Museum is a recommended visit for families and people visiting the city on a weekend looking for an activity that will take about one hour.