Ms Cohen . . . if you want to spotlight a new, interesting albeit low-ambience eatery, check out the new NY-style outdoor hot dog stand - a REAL NY stand (I know, I lived there for 60 years) . . .featuring Sabrett doggies, authentic NYC paprika onions, and a whole bunch of stand-like yummies. It can be found on Rivers Avenue, in the Cycle World parking lot (I think that's 4606 Rivers) . . .(I think the stand will not be there the week of May 12th . . .) A big woof-woof for these authentic NY doggies . . . RHB
Lots of Hate above . . .ever think that people are just looking for a good meal, not researching authentic Mexican cuisine? What is so compulsive about telling people what they should enjoy? Oh, and I know - like many people - that Cinco celebrates a battle won, not a political victory. And I've been to Mexico (and all over the world), so I know when,where, why to appreciate authenticity . . but I don't try to tell people what to enjoy. . .especially without knowing exactly what any of the restaurants noted here uses for their ingredients, where it gets them and where the chefs/owners are from. Opinion without Knowledge is Worthless.
There's a German restaurant in Goose Creek? REally? Where and name, please . .
and great visuals for the Mexigoodies . . . .
Last time I was at Macaroon (Boutique, on John Street, right near 39 Rue de jean), they had great baguettes (and other French goodies, especially their croissants; the owners,too, are French.). RHB
"Can you imagine eating a french fry without ketchup? " Very much so. "French
fries - actually Belgian in origin - were made to be beast eaten with a mayonaisse [sp??]-type sauce, one that enhances flavor. Ketchup is a flavor coverer, designed to quash the flavor of not-so-good meat. It works best with strong foodies; and french fries do taste better with mayo. You're easting the tater, not the cover-up.
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