I recently got my M.A. from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, so what better to do with a degree than write about food?! And, I LOVE everything about food (except for cheese, which taunts me but makes my tummy sad).
Gee Adam, thanks a lot for giving me this craving. Man, I love(d) those things.
I am overjoyed and terrified of this. Thanks Grace!
I also am a big fan of Blue Coast, they have a decent red and white for cheap.
How did you guys pick the places? I really like MacBar and was surprised it wasn't a contender. Also, totally agree with you on Casellula, it's good, but man, expensive for a five-bite treat.
Ha! I just blogged about this too. Even linked to you Adam, and the piece I did on $1 food last year.
I think most $1 pizza is gross. When I was a student, my boyfriend and I would get $1 slices from Crown Fried Chicken, take them home and add spices and toppings. Then it was almost bearable!
I like them Robyn!
I love SE too. Thanks!
This is a well written quickie on getting a chicken! Another good piece that recently came out about having chickens (albeit not in the city) was in the New Yorker a few weeks ago (abstract: http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2009/09/28/090928fa_fact_orlean) in an article by Susan Orlean. I liked this write up because she went through the entire emotional and logical process of buying and keeping chickens (for the non professional).
For the first time in years, I now am craving Pizza Hut. I seem to remember a stuffed crust of yore, but now can't recall if it was just in the regular pizza. All said and done, if I could eat pizza every day, forever, I could certainly die happy.
I don't know whether to be excited or clutching my toothache in anticipation!
I would like one please, only in blue.
Ed, I have to humbly disagree with your assessment of the pork sandwich. The fact that it exists is a blessing from the pork gods. I absolutely crave this sandwich! Really liked Brooklyn Bowl in general too. The manager is super nice (and cute to boot) and as long as you don't try to go on a Saturday night, it's fairly easy to get lanes.
Also, their beer selection rocks. Love Six Point!
Also, if anyone thinks they can beat or make a record, they are looking for people to join in the fun!
@gargupie: I totally agree with you, $1 sushi is scary. That's why I tried it for you! Nori's fish tasted fresh to me and I certainly felt fine after. Would def. go back to this place (all these places in fact).
Thanks for the other tips guys!
I mentioned Beau Jo's in a previous piece on Slice, but I will say it again--this place rocks! You can't compare it to NYC style at all. Personally (and the one mentioned here is right near where I grew up) I prefer the one in Idaho Springs. Something about steaming, soaking and pampering yourself makes having a hefty slice of this pie afterwords even better.
Man, now I am hungry.
Oh, so when is the first official Star Trek feast going to take place?
Adam, this is kind of amazing.
Haha! Nice post Erin. Good to see you too. I did NOT like the bacon cupcake pictured above, it tasted like they just used bacon for bacon without letting the awesomeness of the cupcake take part. Agree with the parsnip cupcake. It WAS good, but the idea isn't the most palpable.
And, there were not even 200 people there. I thought Confections of a Cupcake's carrot gold should have won. It was AMAZING.
I posted some more tasty pictures on my blog! http://linneacovington.com/food/2009/05/12/hello-cupcake-cupcake-contest-at-union-pool/
And of course, gave you a shout out!
Thanks Ed. I didn't want to be afraid to eat my favorite meat!
Hahahaha! I never knew Peeps could be such fun!
She is awesome!
@StBernard: That is bull. At my bar we are told to give free drinks. It's to show appreciation for good patrons.
This video ROCKS! I love the concept of finding out what food vendors are thinking, though I don't know if all their anecdotes were true. The song sure is catchy though.