Gael -- Check out the mini-bagels at Absolute!
You say it's on 21st Street, yet give an address on 30th Street. Huh?
Yes, I did write fewer than ten words. Which is why I laughed at myself.
Ha. That should be is restaurateur.
No 'n.' The word id RESTAURATEUR.
Sinha, Foods of India, is on the same block as Kalustyan's and comes endorsed by Julie Sahni.
A hot bagel, with a slice of cheese melting into it. The sriracha goes under the cheese.
Everything is better with Sriracha. Scrambled eggs. Put some Sriracha on some hot toast (or heated bagel), then let a slice of cheese melt on it. Add it to home-made toffee.
I love their cheese bread, too, as well as their whole-wheat wheatberry loaf and their olive rosemary bread.
No love for Amir's Falafel?
Rib steak. Or skewers of mushrooms that have been marinated in olive oil and lemon juice with thyme and garlic.
Kalustyan's has the wider selection, but if you are looking strictly for Indian ingredients, try Sinha Foods of India on the south east corner of the same block.
Cookbook writer Julie Sahnee is very enthusiastic about the quality of the ingredients there.
In my own kitchen.
Nice timing. I'd been trying to figure out where to have brunch with my parents this weekend.
We went on Sunday; everyone enjoyed.
Shore dinner at the old Lundy's in Sheepshead Bay, when I was growing up.
Haven't you heard what the good people of Pawnee say about calzone?
If you quantify "reasonable in price" and give some restaurants that you like, or cuisines that you like, I'm sure you'll get plenty of suggestions. It's much easier to work with restrictions.
Even my mother, who has been a Steelers fan forever, can't root for Ben R.
Packers all the way.
Food: anything involving a poached egg
Drink: Campari and orange juice
Rib steak or Porterhouse. The bone gives more flavor.
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