School or Rawk, Marci and Carmella + all here,
There you go....another challenge at hand from the pictures. Maybe Carmella or others will join in. I think one of you guys may have the samosas. I'm patiently waiting your "reinventing the wheel." No pressure of course, but really yes to see the beauty you create. Thanks for welcoming the challenge if time permits. Everyone welcome to join in.
oh carolg... if I could recreate anything from that night it would definitely be the corn tamales ... they were crazy delicious!! actually, maybe I'll try to do that and make them for my honey when he gets back from his trip next week! I have the pure food and wine cookbook and the recipe is in there, I just think it's pretty extensive and involved.. but oh so worth it if I can make it taste like it did in the restaurant!
thanks for the inspiration!
I'm with you guys! Oh, to visit New York... it's a long way from Texas, but if I ever get anywhere close, I'm there! Everything looks SO wonderful! I have the book as well, and love everything in it.
Thanks for sharing.
Carolg: Carmella already has a post of the Samosas ! check out her site:
and the Ravioli is in the Raw Food Real World book p. 193-5 called Porcini Ravioli but in notes you can use Chanterelles, Shitakis etc.
the Sauce over the Ravioli is a little different, but, parsley, pistachio oil? this should be fun to experiment with. I'm going for the ingredients and play with this Sunday, my hubby wants to play RAW he thinks he can impove RAW with a SAD touch/taste! I laughed ! Joz
OMG! The food looks amazing! We were going to go to NYC this week, but we may have to wait a month. I cant wait to check this place out!
It's a marvelous place! A little easier on the budget is "pure juice and takeaway" around the corner on 17th street. They'll make you green juices, appetizers salads, and takeout ice-cream by the half-pint or pint. (vanilla mint chip OMG). make sure you try a mallomar also!
I love the desserts and juices at Pure Takeaway, but, both "meal" type dishes I got (pizza and a full salad) weren't so hot for the price.
Originally Posted by Dylan