NYC and Spring Break Camp

While in NYC and Scottsdale last week I enjoyed many meals out on the town.  Some were good, some were drab, some looked lovely.  Although I pride myself on my cooking I do keep a list of restaurants.  Some to try out and always ones where I’ve dined.  They get a one to five star rating.   On this trip Victor’s Café got my 4 star rating.  It’s the oldest Caribbean restaurant in NYC.   Check it out next time you’re in the theatre district.  Here are some food photos from that trip: Ble Striped Cocoa (with the best hot chocolate in town), the gyro cart after the St. Patrick’s Day parade, Jue Lan’s chicken saray inside a converted church in Chelsea.

Eating out is fun but often the best cooking is often what you do at home.   Come help the young chef in your family learn how to cook by signing them up for my “Spring Break Cooking Camp” April 3-7. The New York Times has a great article on Kid Friendly recipes.  Frankly, I don’t know if all of the kids who I teach at La Toque de Cindy would be keen on some of these.  But, if you join my Spring Break class I’m open to taking suggestions if they are your kids’ fancy.  We’re cooking from Smitten Kitchen and the New York Times wealth of fabulous recipes that week.   

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