Tag Archives | New York City

In Between Thunderstorms

In Between Thunderstorms

Just one of the many things I love about living on the East Coast…the beauty of the light in between thunderstorms.

Autumn In New York City

Autumn In New York City

Summer returned to New York City this week. Yesterday, the mercury topped 82 degrees, which is unheard of for mid-October. New Yorkers are soaking up the “July in October” weather, walking around in summer clothing and eating lunch in the parks. Even though the weather is unusually warm, it’s wonderful to see apartment buildings and […]

Sunday Farm Stand Shopping

Sunday Farm Stand Shopping

I love growing my own vegetables, but I just don’t have the time and energy to grow everything. For me, Sunday is the perfect farm stand day. I love looking over and choosing from what has been grown locally. Besides supporting local farmers the fruit and vegetables always taste so much better than mass produced […]

Peach Lime Marmalade

Peach Lime Marmalade

I had a bowlful of organic peaches ripening fast and a lime rolling around in the refrigerator and wondered how this combination would taste together. This morning was the first time that I tried it on toast and I am surprised at how delicious it is. I think that I’ll try making more over the […]

Spring

Spring

One of the things that I love about New York City is the abundance of interesting signs. I love this sign that describes spring so well. “Work With What You Got!” © Victoria Hart Glavin Tiny New York Kitchen © 2016 All Rights Reserved

Seder Plate

Seder Plate

This afternoon I was down in the west village and stopped into Citarella Gourmet Market on 6th Avenue. The place was packed to the gefilte fish with midday shoppers who seemed to be mostly shopping for tomorrow evening’s Passover dinner. I was surprised to see that they were selling prepared Seder Plates complete with hard-boiled […]

Grand Central Market

Grand Central Market

I needed ingredients for a dinner that I’m making for Friday evening and am fortunate enough to live near Grand Central Station, which is where the beautiful Grand Central Market is located. I don’t go there often enough, but when I do go I’m always happy to see what’s available. I never go, however, before […]

Black Garlic

Black Garlic

Black Garlic Black Garlic has been around for quite awhile and is an ingredient that chefs have been using across the country. Think of it as “sweet meets savory.” Black garlic is made when heads of garlic are aged under very specialized conditions until the cloves turn black and have a sticky date-like texture. The […]

April Fools Day In NYC

April Fools Day In NYC

This is the kind of stuff one sees walking home from the gym on April Fools Day.

Park Avenue Hot Dog Cart

Park Avenue Hot Dog Cart

One of the colorful things about New York City is that there are food carts on nearly every corner.