I am just hungry all the time. In my spare time, I try to continue a friend's quest for the most perfect cookie
i just want to say, love that it's a list of stuff not in a slideshow. just so you know, someone out there appreciates that!
also, had no idea this area was called Greenwood heights. learn something new every day.
chocolate milk. it tames the heat.
@mage789, agree about the greasy food here, but disagree about the XLBs. where the hell do you go then in Manhattan?
@Chris, haha totally this place is better than Joe's.
@Humbucker, i've been going to this place since they were south of canal street and was called shanghai cuisine (over 10 yrs) and the C grade is warranted. I'm still alive.
@Kenji, try the "tung yuan" with black sesame. i know it's probably bought frozen in a store but it's still good.
honestly it's a miracle the entire office doesn't have diabetes.
to the point of weighing yourself though... I really think that's something you should do. Maybe this blog is too full of happy unicorn rainbows people to have a scale called Thinner and to see your weight fluctuate... but the scale keeps you honest.
It's really just about whether losing weight is a high priority in your life or not and whether your current weight is deemed healthy by your doctor. Because if you're at an OK weight, then yes, no reason to show us your weight ever week. However if your goal is to say, drop 10% of your weight or hit a nice even number like 200, then you should definitely weigh yourself once a week at the same time of day, same day of the week, preferably not after a ginormous meal.
great review, and awesome that y'all interviewed him. it's cool... maybe i'll try that idea too. haha.
ok so maybe comparison to cheap places around the city is beside the point.
let us compare it to the Red Hook Ball Fields then. You might find people who love their cheap tacos from a truck in the city, bu the Ball Fields are beloved in this city. That's where the comparison should be and a natural comparison to make. A more interesting question to ask the chef is who eats tacos there, and who eats tacos at his restaurant, and if all of that means anything.
dizzam. that is hardcore.
Essential NYTimes cookbook.
ah love it. big brands won.
man there's nothing to eat in that neighborhood, is there?
also, update the link to "tirade" because there's an extra forward slash at the end, which breaks the URL which is to a .html page. (you can delete this comment after you see it!)
as far as sandwiches go, i like it when you get a vietnamese sandwich with pork chop or grilled pork.
to quote you:
"First off, if you're paying more than $4 (or even $3) for a bánh mì, you're at the wrong spot."
I just wanted to note that. You're getting your best from the "wrong spot."
sounds like it calls for blind taste test to see if the avg consumer notices a difference.
thank goodness for this store. their doughnuts are way more accessible now.
oh man. jealous. looks amazing.