Tasty beef bone marrow from DBGB. They slice it lengthwise, making it easy for you to dig out the luscious marrow. With a little sea salt, it is perfect with bread.
Asian-style "burger" packed with cumin flavor. Great deal at $2.50 and great tasting too.
A nearly perfect bite of s'mores at Sandwiched, a new cafe inside of the Whitney Museum. A little on the small side, although tasty.
Passion Fruit Macaron from Almondine in Park Slope. (Brooklyn, NY)
Green tea cupcake from Spot in New York.
What's your favorite Happy Hour deal in the Village? East or west village is fine.
Spinach pizza at Co. in New York
merguez sandwich from a street fair this past summer
Does anyone know where I can find some Desperados Beer (wikipedia link) in the New York area? I'm willing to go just about anywhere in the New York area if you have actually seen this and purchased this from a store... any help will be great! Thanks!
I feel like the posts where you guys do taste tests should be more easily discoverable. For example, on your most recent Best Bagel post, these are the tags:
Tags: Absolute Bagels, Bagel Hole, Bagel Oasis, Bagelry, bagels, best bagel in New York, Brooklyn Bagel, Dunkin' Donuts, Ess-A-Bagel, H&H, Hot Bialys, Lender's Bagels, Murray's Bagels, Terrace Bagels.
But it doesn't help me if I read this post, and think, "Oh yea, they also did a taste test for pumpkin beer, and moon cake, how do I find those?..." Maybe like a "Best Of" or something?
Just a thought.
french fries from a fast food restaurant can be delicious too. These are from Checks (or Rally's, depending on which part of the country you're from)
Hand-pulled noodles with spicy beef broth at Lan Zhou in NY's Chinatown
Delicious ham hock from Morrison's Authentic Southern Cooking Restaurant in Chicago, IL
Do you have a favorite Chinese bakery you visit for those yellow almond cookies?
I haven't had one in a while and have a craving for it.
It's the end of the summer, and I want to try to make some corn dogs at home. So, anyone made any corn dogs at home lately? Did you like the result? And are you willing to share your recipe with me?
Taiwanese pork chop with special pork sauce from Wah Mei in New York's Chinatown
It's not the famed Kogi tacos, but Seoul Station offers up some delicious tacos in the East Village (NYC)
Tacos al pastor from Tacos Nuevos Mexico in Brooklyn, NY (Park slope)
flaming hot cheetos with lime. i can't find them everywhere... for example, not in NYC :( they are in the midwest though.
A Vietnamese summer roll with Chinese sausage instead of the usual shrimp.
from A Little Pie Company in New York City. This is their signature pie.
Footlong brisket sandwich from the famous Dinic's in Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market
Making pizza at home.
After seeing the Le Gamin review here on SE:NY, I'm curious if anyone out there knows where else to get merguez around NYC.
If there are multiple places, which ones are your favorite? Is it budget friendly?
Roti canai at New Malaysia in New York
From Gothamist: "What's the biggest score you've made at Whole Foods? Over $50 in one day. I don't remember the exact dollar amount but it was three pounds of wild tuna, two pounds cod fish, one pound of walnuts, three pieces of brie cheese, four carry-on bags of pre-made sushi, one bottle of the best quality Italian olive oil."...