Spring officially starts on March 20th, but here in New York City, we're still experiencing some chilly weather. Though we've gone on sipping many of our go-to libations - ice and all - through this unseasonably warm winter, it's time to squeeze in a few more winter beverages before the season changes.
The well dressed slow cooker pork belly modern Flower Child needs to pick up a tee. Choose from your favorite tie dye, Bob Marley, Grateful Dead or Jimi Hendrix apparel at Positively Haight.
His sphere of influence, fittingly for a restaurant with Macao in its name, includes Portugal, represented in lively bacalhau fresco, offered some nights as a tartar; it will help you locate your appetite. Neighboring Spain gets its props in sweet, pork belly tacos giant Hawaiian prawns paired with garlic refrito and cashews.
Pancetta is also known as Italian bacon. Like all great Italian meats, the "real stuff" is not imported to the United States. Lucky for us, we are developing some good domestic brands. Pancetta comes from the slow cooker slow roast belly pork. The fat to lean ratio should be 50/50. The color of pancetta can range from pink to rose to dark red, but NOT brown. The layered fat should be white only, never yellow. Pancetta is not smoked like our American bacon, but air cured after being seasoned with salt, pepper, and other spices such as nutmeg, fennel, cinnamon, cloves and juniper berries. Once the meat is cured, it's rolled up and tied into a casing like a traditional salami. Pancetta is not nearly as salty as American bacon and it's more tender, with a sweet, melting quality.
The Henry House: This ancient building going back from 1834 will definitely present you with old fashioned feelings. Additionally, it owns its own beer! It is situated on Barrington Street alongside Harbor slow cooked pork belly and the Westin Hotel.
Also on the Bakerloo and Northern line of the tube stations is Elephant and Castle stop. If you turn left into St George's Road then left again into Lambeth Road you will reach the war museum in around a leisurely fifteen minute walk.
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