Angostura, Peychaud's, Regan's Orange Bitters, and Fee Bros Chocolate.... I gave Bitterman's Tikki bitters as a gift and it was very hard to part with it...
I agree with @nossi, who wants to have to wipe your hands after eating a fistful of cereal? What other cereal has a sugar "dust" on top? Couldn't they take the time to make it a nice glaze, like Frosted Flakes? So GG all the way UNLESS you can find S. W. Grahams. Am I the only person who remembers these with fondness bordering on desperate longing?
what the H? No Westchester joints whatsoever. Sal's in Mamaroneck is a Southern Westchester shrine. Check it out, AK.
@mamalia, I bet there are more of us out there. A Golden Graham Cravings sisterhood...
Very excited for this and a few quick topic suggestions:
Can we bring back S.W. Grahams? That was the best cereal ever.
Who else desperately wanted Cookie Crisp as a kid in the late 70s/early 80s because of the very aggressive advertising (some kind of cookie thief?)
Finally, prego cereal cravings. I only wanted to eat Golden Grahams and up until then I hadn't had them in about 10 years. Would have eaten them as my 3 meals a day (plus prenatal vitamin) but cooler heads prevailed. My daughter just had her first bite of baby cereal (brown rice), so interested to see what she likes/becomes obsessed with...
We had ice cream (Blue Marble) and cookies (Baked) at our wedding. It was perfect!
how do you brew tea from peanuts? recipe, please!
I have been a Ramen Transmogrifier since elementary school latchkey-kid dinners. Oodles of Noodles was the *only* brand...and in addition to condiments (particularly hot sauce) and vegetables, I used to dump in a (drained) can of chunk light tuna. Don't knock it 'till you've tried it.
If you had left off Walter's I was going to quit SE forever. Mamaroneck Pride.
The cookies from Baked in Red Hook (chocolate chip, chocolate cloud, molasses and oatmeal raisin white chocolate) that we served at our wedding! As Marty Markowitz says: Brooklyn: How Sweet It Is!
there are none left! go to Bay Ridge....
John's is the original (don't believe the hype about Ray's). Coal oven all the way! My parents used to take me there when it was just one room and a juke box. Even though they've expanded, the taste and the atmosphere remains - happily - unchanged. Once I brought a highfalutin college friend and she demanded fresh garlic for her pizza (when handed garlic powder). The waiter's raised eyebrows signified that she did not truly appreciate the old-school, 1970's-New-York poetry of a Bleecker Street pie.
No, I love that! Also with sriracha!
Agree with CJ McD - Pick a good brand, and make up a sampler - a bottle each of several different varieties - and see what you like. So, for example, Dogfish Head: try their 60 Minute IPA, their Raisin D'etre, their Indian Brown, and their Shelter Pale Ale. Or try Rogue - they have some nice stouts. If you like cider & wine you might really enjoy darker, richer beers. Don't be afraid of stouts and porters! They are very wine-like in their complexity (or maybe wines are very stout-like?). Have fun exploring!
Are you looking for coffee to serve, or for a new name for your company?
Great brands: Counter Culture, Intelligentsia, Blue Bottle, Stumptown.
boeuf carbonnade (with Belgian beer). The ultimate cold-weather dish.
Halls on the River in Winchester, KY outside of Lexington. Fun, delicious. Try the beer cheese (really) and catfish. Beautiful setting on the KY river, too.
I agree, go to Queens, Brooklyn, the Lower East Side and/or Chinatown for a truly New York culinary experience. But if you're in midtown, the bar at The Modern (at the Museum of Modern Art) has great food and a quintessentially NY ambiance.
Rademaker...from Holland, in the black box. Inexpensive (about like Droste) and great.
you could just ask Renato of Baked - - he is at @brooklynbaker on Twitter. I know they sell them at Blue Apron Foods in Park Slope and also at both locations of Blue Marble ice cream (also bklyn).
Adam, thanks for the shout-out to Colony Grill! A great & undersung joint.
Le Pain Quotidien on Madison in the low 80s/high 70s. Or have a sandwich at the bar at Dean and Deluca (same area of Madison).
I think you can also make fudge with Fluff? Isn't there a recipe on the side of the jar?
can I confess I have tried the Earth's Best Sesame Street baby cookies (smiley-face-shaped) and they have the best, subtlest vanilla flavor of all?
(at the same time I'm curious to know exactly what "American Idol-flavored Pop Tarts" will taste like, @malecki... sounds less than vegetarian).
my husband just stirfried them with sugar snap peas last night. Delicious!