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Season's Eatings: Tummy Aches

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The weekly series on holiday hosting closes with Tamara Reynolds and Zora O'Neill, authors of Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party. This week's topic: Overcoming Over-indulgence

Did you overindulge this holiday season? Is it possible not to? What's your trick for breaking the cookie/cake/cocktail cycle? ...

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Season's Eatings: Don't Panic

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Hosts of the Queens dining club "Sunday Night Dinner" return for their third weekly appearance. Tamara Reynolds and Zora O'Neill, authors of Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party share their holiday hosting tips.
Today's Topic: Last-minute ideas for Christmas Eve.

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Don't Drill Baby

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Natural gas exploration is heating up in New York State. Steve Lawitts, acting commissioner of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, discusses the city’s findings that hydraulic drilling for natural gas would contaminate the city’s watershed. Plus, Tamara Reynolds and Zora O’Neill return with more party planning tips. ...

Season's Eatings: Holiday Traditions

Thursday, December 17, 2009

The weekly series on holiday hosting continues with Tamara Reynolds and Zora O'Neill, authors of Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party. This week: Holiday Traditions like Zora's famous fruitcake -- What are your family's holiday food traditions? Comment below.

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Season's Eatings: The Gift of Food

Thursday, December 10, 2009

The weekly series on holiday hosting continues with Tamara Reynolds and Zora O'Neill, authors of Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party. This week: Giving Food as Gifts What's the best and worst food gift you've received? Comment below.

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Season's Eatings: Entertaining on a Budget

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Authors of Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party, Zora O'Neill and Tamara Reynolds, start their weekly December visits with advice on holiday entertaining on a budget.

Zora and Tamara offer a non-budget-busting recipe for "crack ham". Check it out here.

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Afghanistan / Vietnam

Thursday, December 03, 2009

As the U.S. prepares to send more troops to Afghanistan, the president says it won’t become “another Vietnam.” Michael Lind, the author of Vietnam: The Necessary War: A Reinterpretation of America's Most Disastrous Military Conflict, discusses the parallels and the differences in the two conflicts. Plus: Zora O'Neill and Tamara ...

Dinner Party On!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Throwing a dinner party doesn't have to cause anxiety. Tamara Reynolds and Zora O'Neill , two food bloggers who run a Queens dining club, "The Sunday Night Dinner", discuss their new book, Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party.

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Dinner Party On!

Friday, October 09, 2009


Tamara Reynolds and Zora O'Neill , two food bloggers who run a Queens dining club, "The Sunday Night Dinner", discuss their new book, Forking Fantastic!: Put the Party Back in Dinner Party.

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Dining In

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Underground clubs meet fine dining in New York’s supper clubs. Representatives of clubs based in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan talk about this off-beat dining experience. “Danielle” helps run New York Bite Club; "Nancy" is the founder of Williamsburg’s Whisk and Ladle Supperclub, and Tamara Reynolds

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Dining In

Friday, September 28, 2007

Underground clubs meet fine dining in New York’s supper clubs. Representatives of clubs based in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan talk about this off-beat dining experience. “Danielle” helps run New York Bite Club; "Nancy" is the founder of Williamsburg’s Whisk and Ladle Supperclub, and Tamara Reynolds

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Food for the Fourth of July

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Commentator Tamara Reynolds came to New York, looking to start her own special 4th of July tradition. She found it, through fried chicken.

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