Food and travel writer with a soft spot for sweets, afternoon tea, and hotels.
@nataku thanks for catching that! correction made ^_^
ahhh now I have to go here! ^_^
Hi guys! Thanks so much for your sweet comments, you made me tear up ^_^
Max - I'll miss working with you (at least on a daily basis ;)!
Adam - Ahhh, you are too kind! I still remember when I first met you and Robyn back in 2005...at Luzzo's :D
@travels4food: Yes! sorry about that, will make the correction, thanks.
Great post Kenji! Perfect timing too - am headed there for dinner tonight :)
@kenji - the photo is from Peels
I prefer L'Arte del Gelato for the classic flavors (clean, pure and bold), but for fun (sometimes silly) and creative gelato flavors, Stellina does an excellent job.
yes! it's on the permanent menu (listed it's own section right below the dried pasta dishes)...woohoo!
Are you thinking of the Kusmi Earl Grey? It has the blue sub-label with black and white design....
Are you thinking of Kusmi Tea? They have three types of Earl Grey that match your description....
- Earl Grey - http://www.us.kusmitea.com/en/black-tea/traditional-blend/earl-grey/c1_11/p11/product_info.html
- Earl Grey Smoky (has the blue sub label) - http://www.us.kusmitea.com/en/black-tea/russian-blends/earl-grey-polish-blend-n18/c1_10/p12/product_info.html
- Earl Grey Polish Blend N°18 - http://www.us.kusmitea.com/en/black-tea/traditional-blend/earl-grey-smoky/c1_11/p13/product_info.html
Whoa. FOUR doughnuts in an order! There were only three when I went...were these doughnuts stuffed with any curd or cream?
Hahah, I didn't even notice the happy face on the fish cake when you were making it!! Thanks for the post Grace - this is awesome! :D
Thanks for the great post Ed! My office is right by on 51st and Madison, and I never once thought to stop by for breakfast at the cart. Pancakes on the agenda!! :D
@ orenale: Definitely go to One Girl Cookies! How Sweet It Is unfortunately closed down a few months ago...they're catering operation is still in business, but the retail storefront with the ice cream sandwiches is now gone :[
@ Grace: $4.25...which I thought was fair for the amount of pudding + mason jar ^_^
@ ksac810: I've had all the Sweet Revenge cupcakes multiple times. I'm a huge fan of carrot cake but I've found theirs to be more often on the dry than moist side. Buttercream frostings are overly sugary, but the ganache topped ones are simply spectacular :)
Golly that is intense! I loved the look on your face when you spotted it at the Bakery and was like WHAT IS THAT??
Yay! Thanks for the post Robyn! I've been curious all day ^_^
WHOA. I did not know this place existed!! you have induced my latest craving ^_^
Danny left out his own blog (http://www.foodinmouth.com/), which is a pretty darn awesome site ^_^
@ Pomai: Thanks for commenting! You made awesome points regarding the burger. It's really one of those you-gotta-experience-it-in-Hawai'i things to understand the appeal. It doesn't look like much, but when you have the burger right after a malassada (or two? ;) and follow it up with shave ice...few things in the world could taste better ^_^
Ok yeah, Robyn, next time we're ordering everything Kathryn just listed there! :)
@ bephf: You'll want the one from Thang's in Honolulu's Chinatown -> http://apassionforfood.blogspot.com/2008/12/omg-avocado-smoothie.html
OMG. The M&I Carrot Cake. I love, I love, I love :D
Golly, I think my heart just went thumpboomthumpboomthump super fast just looking at that. Mmm CHOCOLATE! :D