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Westville East, get your share of veggies here.

Westville East
173 Ave A
New York, NY 10009

Both Westville locations are so incredibly popular.  They are especially known for their market vegetables.  You can pick four of them for $14 (used to be $12, I believe!).  Your choices range from lemon grilled asparagus with parmesan, to soy glazed green beans, to korean cucumber salad, and roasted beets with walnuts.  There is always a huge list to choose from and I don’t know anyone who goes to Westville and doesn’t get the market vegetables.  Pictured above is the full plate of brussels sprouts with honey dijon, cauliflower dijonaise, artichoke hearts with parmesan, and fried plantains with cojita cheese.  I think because I cook Chinese food almost every week night that I’m not as enamored with the plethora of sauteed veggies.   Continue reading Westville East, get your share of veggies here.

Homemade Cauliflower Pastry

I’ve been very into cauliflowers lately.  The roasted cauliflower sides at all the restaurants just seem to be much tastier than usual.  Of course, this is purely a result of me finally paying some attention to them.  Have you really tasted a cauliflower?  Unlike mushrooms and butternut squash, vegetables that have a good fan base, I feel like cauliflower doesn’t get enough cred.  Carrots have carrot bread, butternut squash has soup, mushrooms have everything now… what does cauliflower have? Continue reading Homemade Cauliflower Pastry