Amy's Bread actually has multiple locations as Ed pointed out on his Top 10 Bakeries in NYC list. I also like their cashew bars which run out very quickly.
Also, you may want to track down The Treats Truck. I'm a fan of their cranberry almond rice krispy bars and the butterscotch bars.
Can you get a license in Hoboken instead? And you can join The Krave Korean BBQ Truck
@maggiej lobster is even cheaper just across the Hudson in Hoboken at $5.99/lb :)
@ortolan cendrillon has been closed for a while
If this wasn't featured in http://thisiswhyyourefat.com/, it should be.
There are more buck-friendly options in Chinatown. Mei Li Wah's roast pork buns are 80¢ apiece. Fishballs on a stick from the food cart. Dim sum. The Tofu guy...
No wait or attitude at Grimaldi's in Hoboken.
Zero candy bars!
Oh ediTAble. I thought it said edible and got really excited :(
For asian vegetarian, there's Zen Palate on 663 Ninth Ave. (at 46th St), New York, NY 10036. I find that even non-vegetarians enjoy their menu.
The fish thing chocolate porridge doesn't sound so good...kinda like those fish ice creams they have on iron chef every now and then. I have had chocolate covered potato chips from the terminal market in Philly (can't remember the store name) and they were good! I've also had a Japanese snack of little fish (anchovies?) in a sweet-salty-spicy glaze and I liked them too!
Little hunks of cream cheese or farmer's cheese in vanilla ice cream also works. It just tastes like gobs of slightly salty cream in ice cream that seems to work well for me.
He's also not very chubby!
It's funny what they consider chubby in Asia :D
An 8-year old served foie gras at a party! That's a serious eater! Now why don't they serve that at Chucky Cheese?
vanilla ice cream with small hunks of cheddar
OMG, I just read the comment above! Could we be related?
Zero -- though I can't seem to find them in the stores anymore.
My favorite canned good: smoked oysters. I can add it to practically anything that may be in the fridge at the time, toss it in a little pasta and I have a luxurious quick meal. My favorite combination, however, is with garlic slivers, red pepper flakes and a tablespoon of capers (my favorite bottled item).
Then there's mallomars, my favorite packaged item. Unfortunately, I haven't figured out how to combine it with anything that I've cooked.
What about dim sum? I loved it as a kid because everything came in little baby plates and I particularly enjoyed anything shaped into a ball. Maybe try Jin Fong or Sweet n Tart in Chinatown or Chinatown Basserie for more grown-up dim sum.
Usually it's pickles. But last night, I had a hotdog. Boy am I regretting it this morning :(
here's the link to the peppergun. sorry abou tthat.
Nope. Saturday Night Fever happened to be on at the same time. Vinny Barbarino in polyester trumps red carpet Rachael Ray any day.
You're also fairly close to shake shack!
i like the peppergun because it's good for my smaller hands, kind to my arthritic-prone joints and also allows me to adjust the grind from fine to coarse.
Ladybug picnic! Yes!
The little japanese eggplants are easier to work with than the chubby italian ones. I just char roast the small eggplants directly on the stove top flame (assuming you have a gas stove), remove the charred skin then you're left with steamed, roasted eggplant flesh primed for simple seasonings like olive oil and salt, vinegar and crushed garlic, ... Oh, and don't forget eggplant tempura!
I'm right by Union Square in NYC where they have the farmer's market Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays all year round. Life's good :)