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Restaurant Review: SATO by Donny Kutzbach

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday ...

'Tea Sandwiches' by Chef Dan Borelli (source: The Mansion's FB page)

SIZZLING HOT FOOD TRENDS OF 2014, or Quotidian Bummer By Chef Dan Borelli

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday ...

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What’s A Guy Gotta Do To Get A (Decent) Drink Around Here? By Nick O’Brien

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday ...

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Eat It Up: Episode 103 – Best of 2013

Today on the podcast, we talk about our favorite moments from 2013 ...
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Sunday Reading: 12/29/13

Every Sunday we’ll post some of our favorite national and local news ...
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Nickel City Chef Season Six Match-ups Announced!!!

We absolutely love Nickel City Chef. Without a doubt it’s the best ...

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Restaurant Review: The Lodge by S.M. Traphagen

Today’s guest post is written by blogger S.M. Traphagen from Digestion Suggestion Food Blog. Her blog focuses on finding local restaurants that can cater to diners with digestive/food sensitivities. In the heart of Buffalo’s entertainment district is a wholly new style of restaurant. One that is urban, upscale, with a rustic ski lodge twist. I’m […]

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An Ode to Garbage by Chef Jennifer Boye

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday afternoon. Today’s post is by our friend Jennifer Boye, you can see the previous guest posts by clicking here. As a cook, I am given […]

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Debunking Food Myths: What Is Mongolian Food Really Like?

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday afternoon. Today’s post is by our friend Rachel Fix Dominguez, you can see the previous guest posts by clicking here. As Western New York’s culinary […]

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Weighing In: Clams vs Oysters By Chef Michael Obarka

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday afternoon. Today’s post is by our friend Michael Obarka, you can see the previous guest posts by clicking here. Democrat or Republican, Anakin or Obi […]

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Pho Dollar Holler! by Chef RJ Marvin

Today’s guest post is a bonus, normally we’ll be posting these guest posts every Sunday. Our friend Chef RJ Marvin recently took a trip to the newly opened Pho Dollar in the West Side to see if it was any good. He was kind enough to write a review of his experience since we’re on […]

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F**k Yelp by Chef Edward Forster

We are currently on hiatus until March 1st but that doesn’t mean the blog is stopping. Thanks to our friend Christa Seychew, we will have a guest post every Sunday afternoon. Today’s post is by our friend Edward Forster, you can see the previous guest posts by clicking here. Have you ever bought a pair […]

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Hot Or Not by Christa Glennie Seychew

***Today we are posting the first of a series of guest posts from our foodie friends while we are on our two month vacation. Every Sunday we are going to be posting a new article that could touch on a variety of subjects. The first post is from our good friend Christa Glennie Seychew, who […]

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Hey Guys, We’re Taking a Break.

Near the end of every year, Alli and I have a long discussion about the future of Buffalo Eats. I know it sounds silly, but we really care about this little food blog that we’ve created. We try to put as much effort into this thing as our schedules and bank accounts will allow. This […]

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2013: Year Five Wrap Up

Since 2009, every year we’ve posted a recap that covered the growth of the website, our favorite moments and some stats for the nerds out there. You can read out our previous year end posts from 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.  This year went by incredibly fast. Going into 2013, we told ourselves that we […]

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Favorite Meals of 2013: Donnie

We are posting our year-end review tomorrow, but spoiler alert: we ate well in 2013. This year I was lucky enough to make two trips to NYC, spent a weekend in San Francisco, attend several underground dinners, visited over 60 local restaurants in WNY, went on a 10 day trip to Italy and judged over […]

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