Eat the Web, January 7, 2014 – Mu Ramen, Red Lentil Dal, Socca, and More

by Meg Cotner on January 7, 2014


I roasted this monster of a chicken this past weekend and it turned out amazing!

Here we are with another installment of Eat the Web! It’s a delicious world out there, friends.

We Heart LIC and Heart of Queens showed us what you can expect at Mu Ramen, a pop-up ramen shop in LIC. I plan to check it out soon.

My friend Tamara shows us how to make a bangin’ kale salad, which I want to eat right now.

Viennese restaurant Steirereck im Stadtpark has put together this list of “condiments” (ingredients). I am particularly enamored with the citrus fruits.

Food52 introduced me to this delicious sounding red lentil dal.

David Lebovitz has a terrific recipe for Galette des Rois, perfect for Epiphany (yesterday) but looks good enough to enjoy all year.

One of my goals this year is to learn about traditional foods of Arkansas, and I’ll start with this article.

101 Cookbooks created a recipe for silver dollar socca, which sound amazing. I’m fond of the additions of buttermilk and mustard seeds.

Gorgeous chopstick redesigns featured on Fast Co Design.

The Latin Kitchen shares six slow cooker recipes, all with latin flavors. Sounds like a perfect combination!

I’ve heard good things about Georgian restaurant Marani, which also happens to be glatt kosher, located in Rego Park, Queens. They boast a “farm to table” approach, which intrigues me. I’ll be trying it this year.

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