Ah, thank you for the clarifications. I have actually never tried Lo Duca's pizza and would love to. However, I do have a commitment from 11-12 in Manhattan and wouldn't make it back down until 12:45 (if I'm lucky). But since I'll be taking the F, for good measure we will say I wouldn't get there until 1:15. My husband could meet you there at 12:30 though and grab my Lo Duca slice.
I personally have never been that crazy about San Remo, but do agree their squares are their best offering.
We'd definitely want to hit up Di Fara's - I like them. I'd be happy to accompany any one else down there after a drink or two at Sycamore.
What time do you plan on starting? Just a note - the Q is not running from 57th Street to 7th Ave so for anyone coming in that Direction to DP make plans accordingly. Also, wouldn't it make sense to start at San Remo and then make your way down to Lo Duca and finally Di Fara's? Seems odd to start at Newkirk, head back up to Cortelyou and then back down to J.
That is just pure joy on Hambone's face in the last photo.
Saturday the 18th in Brooklyn or Manhattan. Also happy to help out!
Thanks! My freezer is slightly packed already, but I plan on picking up real freezer bags to freeze flat and then will wrap in aluminum foil. That should protect it from any freezer burn and flavors.
Sorry for the double post! I had accidentally clicked away while posting the first one and didn't think it went through!
Yes, it's been 8 or 9 years for me now. I don't drink coffee and didn't back then either so that was my caffeine habit. However with stomach and sleep issues and chronic migraines I had no choice but to stop.
I had a sip of diet coke a few years ago and couldn't stand the taste of it. Now a days it's only seltzer and the occasional ginger ale for me (real stuff not the diet).
Will you count winter squash as pumpkin too? I've got an acorn and butternut squash sitting in my fridge from my CSA and I was already planning on turning one of them into bread tonight.
giant chewy chocolate chip cookies last night. Had no sweets in the house and wanted something. It was quick and easy, plus this recipe used melted butter, no mixer necessary.
The first time I made vanilla ice cream at home. Nothing can compare.
That's okay. Thanks for making the fix and all the other cupcakes look great!
Oh no! The link for my cupcakes, don't seem to be working! Maggie, is okay if I add my link in the comments?
Kenji, I am so sorry for your loss. As a fellow dog parent I can't imagine your grief. Dumpling was such a loved member of your family and the SE community he will be missed and my thoughts are with you and your wife during this sad time.
My husband and I managed to bring back 12 bottles of Belgian beer in our suitcases from our honeymoon a few years ago. None of them broke either! Last year, we brought back more beer, cheap wine from France and pearl sugar. You can't get that stuff here. Plus lots of chocolate.
Happy Birthday Dumpling! Nice to know I'm not the only one who puts a birthday hat on their dog :-)
porterhouse for the expensive cut, hanger for the cheap cut
I don't discriminate, I eat them all! But my mother-in-law does make some delicious peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, gluten free too!
my mom's latke's - she actually creates more of a batter with the potatoes instead of shredding them and I love it. I now make her recipe every year and introduced them to my husband's non-Jewish family. We eat them every Christmas morning!
The best story though, was when we spent once Chanukah in Switzerland visiting family and mom came down with a bad cold. She sent my dad out to find a brisket and to get a big bag of potatoes. Not really sure about that cut of meat he brought home from the butcher, but it was a delicious meal and a holiday I'll never forget.
oh.my.god if it wasn't for my own little pugling, dumpling would be the cutest dog ever.
That would be in Paris this past July. We did a walking gourmet food tour and everything was amazing.
Potentially the second best may be my upcoming mini staycation this week.
Thursday - lunch at Del Posto
Friday - eating around Flushing
Saturday - Vendy Awards
Sunday - Atlantic Antic
He is too cute! Almost rivals the cuteness of my own, Sir Pugsley!
cheese, really good bread and cured meats.
pistachio basil pesto with fresh pasta. and oh roasted asparagus, I'm in heaven right now and eating it as much as possible.
my dark chocolate triple chocolate chip cookies. Amazing, I get requests during the holidays for these. Sometimes I add m&m's to the batter.