Matzo Pizza Party

Matzo Pizza Party

  I know it’s not allowed on passover, but my food boner definitely leavened. Yes, Passover is coming to a close, but I am taking the opportunity to suggest something radical and unheard of in this holiday’s 3,000 year history: You can eat Matzo Pizza all year round. Sure, that sounds ridiculous when we can Read the full article…



Brunch at Miriam

#Slatheredandspicey

  In keeping with my theme of brunches at places named after old people, this weekend I visited Miriam in Park Slope Brooklyn. Offering Israeli spins on brunch classics (most served with Israeli Salad and hummus), Miriam draws a diverse bunch of Park Slope parents. I had the shakshuka (which I know well), and came Read the full article…


Rainbow Pride Cole Slaw

Rainbow Pride Cole Slaw

  Nothing says gay summer like stuffing your face with meat, but sometimes you need a cool, refreshing slaw to go with it. This recipe is simple, quick, colorful, and tangy…just like me. It’s perfect for any bar-be-queer, or BBQ-friendly party.  




Eating Out: Brooklyn Goes Southern

Eating Out: Brooklyn Goes Southern

I may have mentioned before that brunch is the greatest invention in all human history (sorry, printing press!), and ain’t no brunch like a southern brunch. Basically, if it has a pasty and something with cornmeal, it’s a winner. Walter’s A companion (and smaller) restaurant to Williamsburg’s Walter Foods, Walter’s is located in Fort Greene on Read the full article…