This is a Greenpoint gem!
Don't you knock it until you rock it!
This ain't shillin'. This is some good summer beverage fun. It's like a trashy beach read, except it's for a backyard BBQ. Besides, isn't a little innovation from Budweiser a good thing?
The Old Bay is implied here, right?
If this the TeacherTalk fan club, consider me a long-term member!
Pizza Suprema! 31st and 7th Ave. Worth the exit.
Or the Salumeria at 29th and 7th. Salami, egg, cheese, and heaven on a roll.
The messier the burger, the better. Chicago may be my new love!
I love this post, neighbor! :D And I absolutely agree with your recommendations.
Bergen Bagels is head-and-shoulders better than the Brooklyn Bagel Shop (Prospect & Vanderbilt). Joyce's baked goods win my heart every time, but there's some decent coffee at Sit and Wonder (St Marks & Washington), though my friend Kate and I lovingly call it "Sit and Wait". I would add Les Gamins (Vanderbilt & Dean) for some yummy French comfort food with a lovely backyard garden.
You're asking the right place, my friend!
i'm glad i googled what "00" flour was. sounds like a toughie to work with!
Can't wait to make this one at home! (I mean, my dom.)
I wish venues would advertise their food a bit more in those big music festivals. It definitely sways my decision!
Yey, Leandra! :D
Yo, @ajmill1978! Could you send a screenshot of what you're seeing over to support-at-seriouseats.com?
(thanks for the ping, @teachertalk!)
mmmmm. I can practically SMELL the beefy goodness from these pictures. I know what I'm having for lunch!
Tom's is open on Sundays now!
* Teddy's on Washington north of Lincoln (yummy Greek place)
* Amorino on Vanderbilt and Prospect (artisanal pizzas)
* Gen on Washington at St Marks (sushi place with a very comfy ambiance)
* Chevella's on Classon at Park Place (GREAT mexican food)
* Eton on Vanderbilt just north of Prospect Place (dumplings! shave ice! delicious!)
* I've heard great things about Franny's on Flatbush but I haven't been there yet
If you want to avoid fancy/trendy/overpriced, pass up The Vanderbilt & Pequena. Tom's Diner is a classic Brooklyn establishment, though there's always a line out the door on weekends, and it's best for brunch.
Wherever you go, follow up with ice cream at Blue Marble on Underhill!
this is a GOOD question. I visited Oahu a year and a half ago and had a hard time staying away from chains. :(
These look so delicious!
!! I've always thought these would be an easy, yummy snack good for vegetarians like me! I'm totally pumped to make these at home.
I am utterly SHOCKED at the love for Natty Boh over here. You are my people!
I second Doughnut Plant!
@Lorenzo, "alco-pop", now you've got me wondering what genre of drink Zima falls under. I found an old post from Mr Kuban - http://www.seriouseats.com/2008/10/millercoors-discontinues-zima.html - that calls it a "malternative".
How did people classify Four Loko, anyway?
I wish I was there.
I think I could get into tomato pie if it was spiced just right.