Monday, October 21, 2019

Noodles and More at Pasta Eater New York City

By: Finance Foodie

This past weekend, the Mister and I found ourselves hungry, cold and wet from the rain in the Union Square are during lunch hour. We were going to head back home but then found ourselves passing by Pasta Eater, a newly opened Italian bistro that specialize in a variety of authentic Italian pasta dishes made with their freshly made (in-house) pasta. As the restaurant looked so cozy and inviting versus the dreary weather outside, we decided to sample the goods and head on in.
Pasta Eater 
Upon entrance, Pasta Eater feels like a warm family establishment that reminded me of the restos I dined at during my summer vacation in Italy. After noshing on some complimentary bread and olive oil, the Mister and I decided to split the burrata ($16), a lovely and generously portioned dollop of soft cheese on top arugula pesto and served with diced tomatoes. The burrata was excellent in taste - nicely firm on the outside but soft and creamy once you cut inside.
Burrata
For our pastas, I decided to go with the Pappardelle with wild boar ragu and black truffle ($19), while the Mister chose the Cacio e Pepe ($20) served from a Pecorino cheese wheel. Let's start with the pastas -  beyond superb, cooked perfectly al dente and obviously made with quality ingredients (no box pasta taste here)!  The Pappardelle dish was filled with hearty chunks of well seasoned meat and the truffle gave the dish a nice smokey aroma. The Cacio e Pepe was simple but very well executed - plus we both enjoyed the awesome table side presentation of the pasta. Two wonderful and filling dishes for our stomach and hearts.
Pappardelle
Cacio e Pepe


Sadly we didn't save any room for dessert, so we will for sure be back again (the Green Tea Creme Brulee is already on my list). Pasta Eater is a delightful addition to the Union Square area and I look forward to trying more from their vast selection of top flight pastas in the future.

Pasta Eater
9 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 627-5910
pasta-eater.com

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Dining Around the River at SHARE's A Second Helping of Life 2019 Tasting Event

By: Finance Foodie

SHARE, the New York City-based national nonprofit that supports the community of women affected by ovarian and breast cancer and their loved ones, celebrated its 16th Anniversary of A Second Helping of Life this past Monday evening at the gorgeous Chelsea Piers' Pier 60 event space.

Mushroom Chorizo dish from La Palapa Cocina Mexicana 

Friday, July 19, 2019

2019 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City Roundup

By: Finance Foodie

It's that time of the year again - a gathering of fine food purveyors from all over the world descending on the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan for the 2019 Specialty Food Association's Summer Fancy Food Show!
Entrance
During this three day event, we saw (and obviously tasted) thousands of food items - here are some of the highlights - from sweet to savory!

Monday, March 18, 2019

It's a Meat Feast: Boston Market's New Rotisserie Brisket and Prime Rib

By: Finance Foodie

Growing up, Boston Market was known as my spot for some juicy and tender rotisserie chicken (plus all the fabulous fixings on the side, especially that to-die-for cornbread). But now I hear they have expanded their offerings to the other white meat - beef!



Sunday, March 10, 2019

Best Non-ChexSystems Bank Accounts 2019

By: Finance Foodie, in Partnership with ChexSystems

There are banks who do not allow customers that have been banned from other financial institutions to deposit or make savings with them. You may wonder how they get to detect such people. Banks make use of chexsystem to track the checking history of account applicants. Most records stay very long on the ChexSystem and it is quite impossible to go without a savings or a checking account for a very long period of time.
But there are still reputable banks that do not use ChexSystems to qualify their customers. There are some that will still run the records but offer you second chance banking.
There are several options available for you to choose from and they all have their different perks. The following are some of the best kind of accounts operated by these banks.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

2019 Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco Roundup

By: Irene Yang

In the wake of CES in Las Vegas comes the CES of culinary delight—the Specialty Food Association's 2019 Winter Fancy Food Show! Companies big and small, from multinational health food companies, to mom-and-pop popcorn makers, to Brazilian Cheese Bread makers trying to make in the USA gather to showcase their unique take on taste.


Here’s some of the more innovative products we saw:

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