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Pizza bagel disaster

By | Oct 2, 2011

I love bagels. I love pizza. Logically, it would make sense that pizza bagels therefore became a favorite summer snack in my childhood. And moreover, it would not be unlikely, after years of paying others to spread tomato sauce and cheese on a bagel and put it in a toaster oven, that I would try…


Good ol’ cheese no longer

By | Oct 1, 2011

This past spring for The Ithacan, I interviewed Scott Weiner, who started a pizza tour business in New York City. He only allows his tour participants to eat cheese slices, so they can judge properly between each establishment they visit. However, this professional pizza enthusiast named sausage, “good” mushrooms, and sometimes pepperoni as his favorite…


An Ode to Easy Mac

By | Sep 20, 2011

Once upon a time, families sat together at dinner. They ate a great dish, that made no Kosher diner a sinner. Pasta, any type, in a casserole dish: oozy, gooey, cheesy; it had it all. The cheese kept it together and pulled it apart: bits not large, nor small. The pasta made better the cheese.…