I am an avid home baker, working with about 15 inches of counter space.
Damnit he outed my Cuban coffee spot.
Terrapin!! I never see it up here and I drank it all the time when I lived in Nashville.
I drink a version of this every morning - same but with kale. If I'm feeling saucy I'll swap the carrot for pineapple & lemon.
Bob White - my friend's been raving about them for a year and I STILL haven't been!
If you swap half the butter for cream cheese the results are divine.
So weird - I did roasted brussels last night with bacon, pecans, & a maple-chipotle vinaigrette. Great minds...
This is going to sound crazy, but as often as I go there to eat/snack/pick up pricey meats at Heritage, I've never actually considered doing my shopping there. This is clearly something I will have to change.
Peck Slip Pickle Festival sounds like a weird (fun?) sex party.
Endless Summer taco truck. Can't help it, their tacos are so juicy.
I had the pleasure of meeting them at Meatopia this weekend - the smoked veal brisket was delicious, but at the sandwich shop I love the chopped liver with pickled egg. When I'm in Cobble Hill though, I have to get the asparagus with soft boiled egg.
Tracks?! I haven't been there since I had a legal ID! Love it!
I find myself looking forward to seeing Theo's answer (and picture) every week.
How did Crown Victoria not make this list? S 2nd & Wythe, with a Bocce court.
@Ben Carter - I went to HHS, spent my fair share of time at Commissary & West. St, too. Not to mention CK's.
I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU WENT TO TORTUGA'S!! I grew up around the corner and went there ALL the time in high school. :) Glad to see some hometown love.
Seriously, 10 pops? Who has a mold that has 10 thingies?
Jack + Cola Bottles
Looks like a great idea for a picnic!
@James Boo - definitely the pie at Paulie Gee's! What was I thinking? Anything hellified!
I'm really surprised this list isn't longer. Try to get out to Brooklyn Star on a weekend to try their Apple Johnnycakes with Bacon & Jalapeno. Out of this world. Also the tagliatelle with ragu at Locanda Vini e Olli. The burger at Diner. I have lots more on my to-try list, but these are things that I keep going back for.
It would have to be late-night (4am) quesadillas in Williamsburg. The kind soul behind the grill hooked it up HARD for me and then let me pay with what I had, which was $2.
The flavor of the cheese is exactly what you'd expect from a late-night pizza joint, and it is just as weird as it sounds. Please note that I am not a LI native, I was passing through and the bartender insisted that the pizza with cold cheese on top absolutely should not be missed. I would have preferred a plain slice.
Nose to tail!
I just got back from NOLA and I saved Cochon Butcher for the last - spent almost $100. Because obviously I had to get a sandwich and a cocktail there, plus a sandwich & cocktail to go, and hot sauce, 1 lb of deer sausage, a cookie, & a t-shirt... I'm actually proud of the way I restrained myself. The bacon melt damn near brought me to tears, as did The Pink Mustache.
Seriously, Spice? Blech, there's gotta be better.
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