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I used LNC down on Baxter St. once for a suit, the workmanship was quite good but that was before when they had a shop. Does the guy at the current place do CMT work? If not, I was thinking of getting some coating cloth from Andrew and having it done somewhere in NYC. I would like a recommendation that is reasonable in price. Does Mr. Ned so CMT? And if so, how much would it be? Thanks!
Quote: Originally Posted by malefic I don't see any reason to buy ties outside of eBay. I have marked a particular seller, located in Italy, who lists dozens of designer ties (Polo RL, Hermes, Kenzo, Leonard, Gucci, you name it) in batches all starting at 6 bucks every few months. There are so many authentic ties from amazing brands being sold for ridiculous prices I just don't see why anyone would ever spend $40 on a regular-priced mediocre tie. If...
Has anyone asked WWChan for a lower price when ordering multiple items at once?
On a more serious note, does anyone else feel that all his suits are out of proportion in some weird way? There is just something off that I just can put my finger on. For some reason, the first impression I get is that the suit looks like a child's suit..... The proportions are all off. I think these suits although they are not structured like an english cut, have a bit too much shape for him. Whether it be the body/head size proportion or the big feet, the wide...
Use it instead of mint in your lemonade....
So what the best place for pho is NYC?
So many great shows that have forgotten about. I really liked Two Fat Ladies. They made honest food and showed it in an honest manner. Nothing pretentious, just good old cooking. Now some of the stuff they made I wouldn't make myself but that's another matter. For those in the NYC area, I enjoy Colameco's Food Show. Another no pretense type of guy.
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I am a fan of anything with Jacques Pepin.... I also think America's Test Kitchen is great but it's belief that it perfects everything is a little off putting. Any show with Mark Bittman I also enjoy. Gordon Ramsay is great as well and Heston's Blumenthal's In Search of Perfection is great but some of the stuff he recommends if a bit over the top for the regular home cook. This leads me to something I like to mention. On a whole, I think British cooking shows are...
Quote: Originally Posted by ChicagoRon Bobby Flay did an awesome Cuban Burger on the grill on his old "Grillin and Chillin" show. He got Brioche buns, added ham and swiss on top of the burger, with yellow mustard and pickles. Then he used a brick wrapped in foil to press it on top of the grill. It looked AWESOME. I really get disgusted when these stupid celebrity chefs use Brioche. First off, Brioche is too sweet, not to mention too...
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