On my first solo trip to the Big Apple, I was treated to dinner at Trattoria Dell’Arte on 7th Avenue. How fun to choose multiple dishes from the antipasto bar! I tried the broccoli rapini, shrimp and scallops, baby roasted artichokes, grilled fennel, veggie lasagne, and fava bean salad. A nice spot in midtown Manhattan.
Over the holidays, I attempted to catch up with our New Yorker subscription. It was mid-December, and I still hadn’t read the pre-Thanksgiving food issue! There are two articles in the November 22, 2010 issue that brought me to today’s moment of triumph.
On December 28th when I arrived in New York City, Paul’s native habitat, I had done essentially no research on restaurants and bakeries. My only request was to walk the neighborhoods and stop in cozy cafes, diners, bakeries, and markets.
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