also, have enjoyed rundown cafe...
Actually don't usually eat out down there. Usually pick up a bunch of stuff and prepare food every night. Can second Blue Point. Harris Teeter seems to be the better of the grocery stores down there.There is a good place to get beer (make your own 6 packs) with a big international selection a few miles south in Kill Devil Hills (think its called Chips) and I seem to recall a good bakery near there.
Well said Ross.
Always claudios on the pier in greenport
but wont be giving this sweet tea wine a second look.
Guilty pleasure is sweet tea vodka half and half with lemonade.
I like ketchup, brown sugar (just a bit), apple cider vinegar, garlic, ancho chili powder, crushed red pepper.
Agreed, cast iron or grill works. I like a grill better. I Typically do skirt steak or chicken breast marinated in lime juice, garlic, tequila, and a little bit of sugar, and serve on tortillas with grilled pepper/onions, cheese, sour cream, salsa, and rice
i agree re: grilling. personally my approach is a little brown sugar, vanilla in a bowl, toss the peaches in there, grill until caramelized and top with ice cream.
No 4 whole fried chickens and a coke from Blues Brothers?
Things slow here so far. Kale, Arugala, Lettuce has been good. Radishes and Beets failed. Tomtatoes, peppers,zucchini, cucumbers not quite ready for harvest. Have corn, potatoes and garlic for later on also.
I like it grilled with garlic/orange/rum butter. Put some butter in a pan, melt, add garlic, a bit of fresh orange or other citrus juice, a dash of a light or golden rum... drizzle over tuna, and sear on a hot hot grill.
Second the Italian Market. Also a big fan of Village Whiskey.
on the grill. only way that counts.
Boil water in a 2 qt pan, add tea (about 10 normal size bags) and let brew and 1/3 cup sugar. I then pour this mixture into 2 qts of ice cold water in a big pitcher and stir.
i agree with jsar70. split top white bread is a joke compared to any other kind of hot dog bun. nothing beats potato which can also be grilled. i like the tip on roasting, will give that a shot, but when it comes down to it, i'm a crab man.
Kayem Old Fashioned with natural casings...
I actually like pizza at Vitos by Park for lunch
Can't say enough about Dinics... whenever I'm in town, pork provolone, peppers....... drooling. And definitely pretzels to go.
@Kenji, NH booze is cheaper due to tax differences between NH and MA rather than the fact that it is state run. Some states with State liquor stores tax a little, some a lot so there can be a discrepancy.
Personally, I think ingredients should be posted. Less concerned about nutritional information and how they market it. I find regulation of advertising to be completely ridiculous (as in what can/can't be advertised and in what formats).
I also like Carrolls Creek.
Cantlers for crabs! Not too far out of town and really good. Informal, but can't beat it.
Steamers are traditionally supposed to be softshell with long necks...
littlenecks are delicious and can be served steamed as well. less noticeable siphon on these guys
Not going to get crabs up in New England.... save that for a trip to the Mid Atlantic. Lobster/Lobster Rolls, Clam - Chowder, fried, steamed, Oysters (Wellfleet) on the half shell, Should be able to find a Clambake on the cape somewhere. I actually like Jakes Seafood in Hull - good sample of everything, about 20mi south of Boston.
I do like 5 Guys better than In n Out but perhaps I've just had good luck with preparation. Living in Boston, unfortunately no regular access to I-n-O or Shake Shack. I will say a place called 5 Napkins just opened thats also in NY and Miami, based on initial tasting I can only hope they open more locations. That is a serious burger.
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