Without a doubt, the ultimate in comfort food for me is undeniably buttermilk fried chicken with buffalo sauce. Crunchy, salty, soft and tangy, all at the same time, it’s an absolutely amazing (and tummy-pleasing) treat for the senses.
Last week marked the – god, 11th? 12th? – trip I’ve taken to New York in the last ten years, and as I spent my six days in the city that never sleeps I realised just how much knowledge on navigating NYC I’ve accumulated.
Yesterday I was in the same room as Hillary Rodham Clinton. I was one of 2,000 who’d managed to snag tickets to see her speak at Cheltenham Literature festival – tickets that sold out in a swift 43 minutes –…
Somehow in the last four years I’ve managed to travel to one of my favourite places in the world – New York City – a grand total of nine times. For me it’s one of the most magical places on the planet: as much as I love London, nothing matches the energy and vibe of The Big Apple, the city that never sleeps. So I thought it was about time to give you things to do in New York: a run-down of my 12 favourite things to do in New York city, well away from the busy usual tourist traps.