Is there anything better than coming in out of the cold (17 degrees) and being met with a nice, hot Massaman curry? Especially when prepared at Kunya Siam.
This sub was a two-hander: a chicken cheesesteak with hot peppers, from Luigi’s in Matawan. The bread was crispy and thankfully sturdy enough to hold the sloppy fillings on the inside.
Let’s kick off 2018 with a mountain of chocolate chip-peanut butter pancakes whipped up by my mom.
I guess there’s a little southern boy in me that came out here at the Decatur Diner: a scrapple and egg sandwich (no cheese), and a bowl of adequate grits. November 2017.
The enticing display case inside of Red Bank’s Antoinette Boulangerie.
A look at some beautiful red snapper before they were rubbed in a Jamaican jerk seasoning and pan fried.
It was advertised as “fried ice cream”, but it really wasn’t. Instead, it’s a scoop of ice cream inside a fried taco bowl. The end result was actually better than the normal fried ice cream because it did not melt and leak all over the place. Just another great dish from Tequila Mockingbird in Ocean…
I have a lot of fond memories of this place, going back to when it was the Marina Diner. When I coached in Atlantic Highlands, many a dinners with friends, coaches, and players were eaten here following hockey games and practices. It seemed almost as soon as I became a regular, the business switched over…
The perfect looking piece of Shoo Fly Pie. Windmill Family Restaurant, Morgantown, PA. Spring 2016.
I was never a fan of Bertucci’s, but this brick-oven pizza topped with prosciutto, caramelized onions, and Pecorino Romano cheese helped to sway my opinion. It was the perfect white-style pizza. A delicious combination of salty, creamy, and savory.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Here’s a pic from last year’s meal. My mom gets up for one second and that was enough for Lawrence to snag her chair and make a move for some food.
Two of life’s simple pleasures right there: fresh-baked bread from a wood-burning oven and seasoned olive oil. Fall 2017.