E&E Grill House: A Midtown Steak Out

Hangar Steak Grilled Salad
A recent visit to E&E Grill House was a welcome addition to NYC Foodie Girl's list of reviewed restaurants. In fact, I think this location would be especially prime for theater goers and tourists.
Why? Because it's right across the street from Broadway's super big hit, The Book of Mormon.

The E&E menu proves to be exceptionally approachable and easy on the wallet (which is a rarity in NYC for sit-down meal outside of chain restaurants).

Chef Coleman & Petaluma on The Upper East Side

Chef Coleman has a rich history in the restaurant industry, to include a host of restaurants in the Hamptons, as well as stints out in Las Vegas, Aspen and Miami. He’s cooked as a personal chef and is also in the catering business. In fact, he’s had the opportunity to cook for some very recognizable names such as Leonardo di Caprio, David Hasselhoff, Chef Rocco DiSpirito, Chef Eric Ripert, Melanie Brown -most widely known as a former Spice Girl and now, from America’s Got Talent fame. You may even recognize Chef Coleman himself, from Bravo TV’s competition cooking show, Chopped.

Summer Recipe: Rhubarb Crisps

Photo Courtesy of Tatiana Dorochina (c) 2013

I love all things cinnamon, nutmeg and rhubarb-y. (Yes, I know "rhubarb-y" is not a word, but it should be.)

Anyway, a good friend of mine, Tatiana, put together this recipe from epicurious.com and it was delicious. There's no cinnamon, but instead, nutmeg and cardamon. I don't know many recipes calling for cardamon and it's just a funny word to say repetitively. I looked up more about the spice to satisfy my own curiosity.

According to food.com, "Cardamom has a strong, unique spicy-sweet taste, which is slightly aromatic." Without question, it really compliments the dessert.

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