The weekend started with completing our first Practical Exam. The exam that I had to cook broccoli soup, make mayonnaise by hand, and dice potatoes to get 20 pieces as perfect as possible 1/2inch x1/2inch cubes. The Verdict (The Practical) Well, I didn’t get a […]
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My friends and I recently played tourist through New York City, and we stumbled upon a great eatery for brunch called, Cafe Tallulah, click here to view the restaurant website. This place made me think I was playing tourist in Paris. We ate in the dining […]
I recently took a quick ride to Jersey City for the Project Eats event. Project Eats is a family friendly, outdoor food truck and food vendor event. After a great workout at the gym, I enjoyed a few tasty bites at the Project Eats Event. This event is definitely a great event to jam to the music the DJ played as well as enjoy the delicious food
The first bite was a really tasty take on a Bahn Mi sandwich, with pork meatballs, from a great meatball themed food truck called Incrediballs. What a great start.
To stick to the pork theme, there was an awesome Porchetta sandwich from a Prato Bakery, take a look at the crispy Porchetta that they made the sandwiches with.
There is something for everyone at this event. They had rice balls, Hawaiian food, ice cream, gelato, mixed drinks, and even whisky samples. The lines moved fast, and the prices were fairly reasonable. Project Eats, is a go to stop for tasty food.
A change of plans took me into exploring more of North New Jersey for dinner this weekend. On one of the coldest winter days of the year Ani Ramen House in Montclair seemed like a better idea cialis 5 mg daily side effects than my original idea to venture into New York City. Ani Ramen House is great for groups of friends and also for a nice date spot, because they have both shared seating with a long table down the center of the restaurant and also smaller table settings around. We originally sat down at the shared seating, and we noticed a table for 2 in the back… thank goodness, after all, this was a date. When the food started coming to the table it just was so flavorful. I had steamed pork buns and ramen before, and I ordered the wings since my date, though he was open, he was unfamiliar with ramen. So we started with the wings that were a special that night. The wings were so good, number one they were huge, and then of course the flavor is most important, but it was crispy and saucy all together. The steamed pork bun was so good, and I totally get why they are just about a 2 bite sized snack. There is nothing that feels healthy in those 2 bites except the lettuce. But they are so good, the spicy miso mayo I ate one and my date ate the other and I was so tempted to take him up on the offer to eat the second one, but I ignored my greed and let him enjoy it. Of course the best part of viagra prostate cancer the meal was the ramen. I ordered the Spicy Miso Ramen with classic chicken viagra for sale broth, miso tare with pork chashu (braised pork), bean sprouts seasoned with roasted chili oil, oh and I had to add a soft boiled egg. I never can finish an entire bowl of ramen, but it was so tasty. Ani Ramen House makes sure that you understand that they want you to experience their food fresh, so there are no takeout containers. Although, if I was sick this is exactly what alpha blockers and viagra I would want to eat to make me feel better. Eating at Ani Ramen House was like eating in a small tucked away spot in New York City, without the traffic, and tolls. Parking on Friday’s is a bit of a nightmare, we will definitely be taking an Uber next time. If you are looking for comfort in a bowl, even for the vegetarians, I suggest you take a trip to Ani Ramen House, your friends new to the flavors of ramen will enjoy it.
During a recent visit to Jacksonville Florida, my hotel shared a parking lot with this great brunch spot. Another Broken Egg Cafe sildenafilviagra-rxstore specializes in well, you guessed it, eggs. Specifically omelets and variations of eggs benedict. Pancake and French toast fans, not to worry, […]
One of the best things to do in New York, is explore the neighborhoods. One of the even better things that I do in New York is explore the various neighborhoods for places to eat. Sometimes, when you are wandering the streets of New York, you will stumble upon great restaurants, and along the way you may discover art. I took a few pictures of the great art on the buildings.
Streets is one of the fairly new tasty spots.
The Williamsburg Brooklyn eatery is the kind of place that I would love to live down the street from. It’s the kind of place that you meet friends for drinks and a bite to eat after work or on the weekend. I went for brunch on a Saturday and the menu was awesome. It took you around the world.
I had the Trinidadian doubles, and they were perfectly dressed with bara (flat bread), mango chutney, curried chickpeas, tamarind sauce, and shadon bennie (culantro)
The African and Portuguese tasty treat, Peri Peri chicken, was spicy and tangy, and a great appetizer to share.
One of the stars of the meal was the Pão De Queijo this bread that is soft and has it’s roots in Brazil was served hot and cheesy chewy, yes I said “cheesy chewy”.