"A Yelp is not like an orgasmic moan, or maybe to some it is. As for the compulsion to Tweet. Tweeting does not lead to kissing like dancing did. Whatever became of infidelity in the afternoon—would one Tweet it afterward with a euphemism or a rating?"
The Food Section has started to gradually assemble a glossary of modern gastronomic terms -- a new class of words and phrases (above, an illustration of "Goodfellas thin") that have entered the culinary consciousness.
Here are all of the dictionary entries to date:
In Comida Central, a missive on rice and beans, "the official side dish of the five boroughs."
When it comes to BMI, their effect is negligible, according to a USDA report released yesterday.
A Robert Sietsema gem of an article: "The best sandwich at An Choi, though, isn't the regulation banh mi, but actually an invented variation called "banh mi thit heo quay" ($8), featuring roasted pork belly that alternates layers of garnet meat and crisp fat. Never has a banh mi been so thoroughly lubricated."