So, sit back and enjoy Episode 59 “Alive on South Beach in New York”.
Emilio Estefan invited us to get on our feet when we visited New York, so we did. “On Your Feet!”; Then we met up with Mireya Ramos, leader of Flor de Toloache, the first all-female Mariachi Band. We stopped at some promotional food trucks to see what they were giving away: To celebrate its 150th Anniversary, Bertolli Sauces gave away four different pasta dishes; and to celebrate Clinique’s new online beauty magazine TheWINK, they were handing out cotton candy and cosmetics. We discovered the best babka in New York at Breads Bakery on 16th Street off Union Square (Heather); and at Times Square, Stewart discovered des Nudas. Lastly, we had the most incredible Chinese food at Red Farm Restaurant (529 Hudson Street in the West Village) and reminisced with its owner, the New York Time’s selected “Curator of Chinese Food in America” Eddie Schoenfeld, who we knew from the days of Uncle Tai’s Hunan Yuan, the 4-star rated Chinese Restaurant that introduced Hunan Cuisine and “General Tso’s Chicken” to the United States.
THANK YOU: Alice and Jay Orlow, June Dressler and David Polansky, Julie Glasgow CPA, Masses-Valera, CPA