Last month, Howard had made the trek out to south Williamsburg to finally dine at Diner. We have both said many times that one of these days we’ll eat there but as with many restaurants we never do. Inspired by Howard’s lunch I finally made it out for a quick lunch. Unlike Howard’s experience, I
You probably know by now that we’re big fans of Steve’s Ice Cream. I think between the 2 of us, we probably tasted most of their flavors (I ate a whole pint of their bourbon vanilla last night). But did you also know that I’m big fans of One Girl Cookies in Boerum Hill? Though
I love fish and chips and yes I have been to both Chip Shops in Brooklyn. Fish and chips is something that I get whenever I see it on a menu, though of course depending on where I am. I’m not going to order fish and chips at a burger joint but I will order
Few days ago I got an email from my sister, Bonnie, about hibernation. She is doing a series of blog posts about what people would wear or drink or eat or whatever to prep for cold wintry weather. Obviously my mind drifted towards food and thought what I would eat in preparation of going into
Autumn/fall has been my favorite season ever since I moved to NYC. Used to be winter but LA winter isn’t the same as NYC winter and it’s just too damn cold here. With fall, besides the cooler weather and pretty trees, you get flavors like pumpkin and maple. The maple buttermilk custard pie (picture above)
If you were wondering what’s going to happen to La Newyorkina, makers of delicious paletas, once the weather gets cold? Well wonder no more! Just few days ago they debut their new stand selling Mexican sweets on The Highline. You can read a quick interview with chef Fany Gerson here about the sweets. I made
Earlier in November I had the pleasure of meeting Chef Nate Smith at his Pie For Dinner event at Four & Twenty Blackbirds. While chatting with him he suggested that I should pay a visit to Roman’s in Fort Greene where he was currently working. And the Wednesday before Thanksgiving I did just that.