Thanks for all the comments...unfortunately the weather must have scared off all the Mr. Softee trucks so we had to postpone the experience, maybe next weekend or after passover.....but keep the comments coming!
Daisy May's BBQ
Didn't think it would be necessary as i thought people would understand what i meant, but allow me to amend my comment then. Foods should not really have the word "Rat" or "rat" stand alone in the name. However, when the three letters r-a-t are used in the name as noted in examples above, its fine. Again, its my opinion, no need to get all upset and double or triple your question marks in exasperation, sorry.
Sandwich looks great and sounds delicious, but it needs a new name. No food should really ever have the word "rat" in it, in my opinion.
Went today, review is spot on. Sandwich is quite tasty and filling and MESSY. Only problem is the chewy bits in the carnitas which really aren't that pleasant.
Madeline Patisserie on 23rd between 6th and 7th...
been wanting to attempt a bbq brisket for quite some time, but living in Manhattan all i have is an oven, no smoker or grill. I plan to buy the right kind of cut (a well marbled packers cut), apply a spice rub, let it sit overnight then at around 4 am get up and put it in the oven at 225 to 250 for about 11 hours...any thoughts on the process?
Buttercup Bake Shop! like all the others, but good.
I second Jerusalem Restaruant on 103rd and then Moshes Falafel truck
Salumeria Rosi - absolutely! Biellese is good but .....forget fairway, great for everything else but this. Also try the Italian food store in Chelsea Market called buon italia.
I love the internet! Yes apothecary jars! thank you.
Yeah a few months ago. My parents even drove around the LES and Chinatown area looking for the new location.
Is rose petal jam the same as rose hip jam?
no judgment here, but i dont think this is dinner party fare...it is way beyond delicious, but kind of messy in that you want to be able to sop up all the sauce and egg with more bread, not something you would want your guests to have to do. Again just a personal opinion.
Landmarc at the Time Warner Center or down in Tribeca has great steaks and the fries are fan-fugu-tastic. Also relatively reasonably priced.
I like to keep it simple, just avocados, lime juice, garlic, salt, pepper and a little cayenne to add some heat.
its a listing of restaurants in the Flatiron District provided by the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership the business improvement district representing and serving the Flatiron neighborhood.
Its freakin' awesome i have all three, original pepper and hickory. i use it on eggs, fries and even pizza. truly one of gods greatest creations.
No No No No No. the first step in making bratwurst no matter whether you make the brats from scratch or not, is always always open a can of beer. then you may start cooking. also you cook the brats in the beer and onions (also known as a beer hot tub), no butter. then you throw them on a hot grill to crisp up and get a nice grilled char on them. then you put them back in the beer hot tub for a few minutes on a low flame. then, eat to your hearts content. AND ABSOLUTELY NO KETCHUP!
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