Dan Dan Noodles
Rack of Lamb
My current obsession is at least 4 days a week for breakfast I'll do a whole wheat english muffin topped with mashed avocado, a liberal dousing of Sriracha and an over easy egg on each with green onion sprinkled on top. Absolutely freaking delicious.
Anything from Xi'an Famous Foods!!
@conaglio - I guess I would be into that sort of thing then. I mean, I was a tourist, looking for touristy things to do and eat while in Bath. Are the buns the most mouth-watering thing I've ever had? Of course not, it's a bun, but it was very good and worth the fifteen minutes or so it takes to stop in and see the place if you're walking around Bath, simply because it was cheap and touristy.
I'll definitely second Borough Market. I made it there last February and it was one of the foodie highlights of my trip. In London, if you're near it, is legendary chef Fergus Henderson's St. John Restaurant which specializes in nose-to-tail cuisine. I didn't make it there myself, only for lack of time.
If you're going to Bath, Sally Lunn's House is a must do. The Sally Lunn's Buns are famous. I got mine with clotted cream and even ordered another to go. Directly around the corner from there is the Roman Bath House, also a must tour. Enjoy Bath, it's a simply beautiful and historic city. I'm so jealous!!
I'm having a smallish get together at my house for ten people or so. These sliders would help a ton!
Ok, so I was brought to Wa Jeal and wasn't told about or shown the DDN?!? I've gotta say, I feel jipped. Add it to the list.
I'm posting from small town Connecticut about two hours from NYC, where I hope to be moving to very soon (fingers crossed). I have good friends in Astoria who make it hard to leave when I go down on the weekends.
By the way, we didn't even end up chowing down on the west side. I was easily convinced that, as a Sichuan lover, I needed to get my arse over to Land of Plenty on the east side straight away, and it was mouth-numbingly delicious.
@gargupie - I posted this question via my buddies computer and you're totally right. It was a glorious January day to be out.
Even though I do love it, Chelsea Market wasn't more than a passing thought on this Saturday afternoon. The idea of being packed inside elbow to elbow wasn't totally appealing. One place we did end up stopping into was a total dive bar called BillyMarks West. They've got the whole dive thing down, from the graffiti-ed bathrooms to the owner/bartender Billy handing out White Castle to all of the patrons at random, this place was a (rough) diamond in the rough. Has anyone heard of it?
February 25th would be great!!! I'm a few hours outside of the city but happen to be coming down that day anyway.
I'm with Mama. I sometimes think the same thing.
How can everyone not say....BACON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My cheap ass Sontoku. I NEED this knife!
My boss's backyard. He's now here in Connecticut, but he spent his life in Houston smoking anything he could get his hands on (ahem...food that is). Ribs, brisket, pork shoulder/butt, salmon, turkey, chicken, homemade sausage, etc. You name it he'll smoke it. He also makes a kick-ass Wild Turkey BBQ sauce.
splash of cream and a couple of Splendas
I had the pleasure of spending the 9th, 10th and beyond at my friends' place in Astoria, Queens, NYC for my birthday and I had a great time eating and drinking my way through the weekend. We hit Xi'an Famous Foods (again!) for their lamb burger and hand-pulled noodles, ChikaLicious Dessert Bar for the cheesecake and outta this world amuse and what seemed like every bar between the UES and Astoria. That was Friday night. Saturday was Papaya King, PDT, The Tippler at Chelsea Market, Zabb Elee for Thai and the Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden. Sunday we did the Brooklyn Brewery food thing, Chinatown and New York Mart and William Hallett for dinner. A great, great food and drink weekend. Hope everyone had as great a week as I.
wrapped around a some cheese with a piece of good crusty bread
I love this santoku knife that I've had for years, but I've really been jonesing for a new one since window shopping at Williams-Sonoma a few weeks ago.
litttle sugar substitute, little cream
Wrapped around grilled chicken or with a fresh piece of crusty bread.
I eat Sriracha on just about everything. Dips for veggies, etc. I mostly use it on my daily salad at dinner.