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34, female, Brooklyn, United States

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My go-to cocktail conversation starter is:

This one time, at fat camp.

When I introduce myself to new people, I tend to:

Avoid eye contact.

Seven ingredients I couldn't live without:

Mint, Thai chilis, coffee beans, salt, lemon, kimchi (not an ingredient, so that can count as two).

The best meal of my life was:

Hasn't happened yet.


More about me:
About me: I'm 30, an editor at the Huffington Post and pretty much have always been food-obsessed. I'm interested in getting to know other like-minded people who want to dine, wine and talk about food.

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Kimchi Tasting Party

Did you know that there were over 100 different kinds of kimchi? While most people are familiar with the fiery red hot kind made from nappa cabbage, kimchi -- simply, a fermented pickle -- can be watery, cool, shredded or cooked, and made from cucumber, daikon, turnips and more. The possibilities are endless. 

I invite you to come over my house to try out five different kinds of kimchi, paired with what has been defined as the "PBR of South Korea": makgeolli.

Each guest will also leave with a small mason jar of homemade kimchi made by yours truly. :)


10/27/13 7:30 PM

Cat Party

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1/1/11 12:00 AM

Cat Party


1/1/11 12:00 AM

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American Rye Whiskey Tasting: A History

Before bourbon became the American Spirit, there was rye whiskey.  The Whiskey Rebellion was a rye whiskey rebellion and George Washington was, at one time, the largest distiller of rye in the country.  Now, in part due to the classic cocktail revival, rye is more in demand than ever. 

I invite you to come over to my house to taste through America's history with rye.  We’ll kick things off with a little Rock and Rye -- a sweet rye whiskey infusion used for “medicinal purposes” during the Prohibition era -- before tasting through 4 distinct styles of rye including some from my personal collection which are no longer readily available.  Whiskeys will include an 18th century-style rye of the type made by America's first distillers, a Kentucky-style rye of the kind made after most rye production shifted west of the Appalachians, as well as two other contemporary styles--one from Indiana and one from Canada!  We'll discuss the reasons why each of these styles taste the way it does as well as some great uses for this robust, flavorful spirit!



10/8/13 7:30 PM

FRITANGA (Old-fashioned Mexican pig roast)

Come join us for a very special Mexican pig roast brought to you by the burrito whiz kids behind B'klyn Burro on Saturday, Oct. 19, 4-8pm, at Williamsburg's new private park, Havemeyer Park.


For one night only, B'klyn Burro will present Fritanga, an ol' fashioned Mexican Pig Roast just like they throw it down back home. Taquero chef Happy Chavez will put down the burritos this day for a one-of-a-kind pig roast taco fest. $25 per person includes delicious homemade chicharrónes (fried pork rinds), carnitas (roast pork), buche (pork sweetbreads), tacos, salsa and 2 chili brews. Oh, and did we mention it's ALL YOU CAN EAT?!

Experience this magical evening a stone's throw away from the Williamsburg bridge, complete with a great river view and beautiful sunset over Manhattan at a very cool private park that includes a BMX track and community urban farm.

B'klyn Burro presents FRITANGA (Mexican pig roast)
$25 per person (includes all you can eat tacos, pork and 2 chili brews)
Saturday, Oct 19
4-8pm
Havemeyer Park
Kent Ave btwn S. 3rd and S. 4th


10/19/13 4:00 PM

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This host is a legend! By Thomas D. (food: 100.00%, atmosphere: 100.00%, decoration: 100.00%)