A beer-tasting at Free Will Brewing Co. which has a place in Peddler’s Village. Justin and I shared this, and to be quite honest, did not enjoy a single one. They were way too bitter (and only one was an IPA).
Seagulls hanging out at the remnants of a pier right near an abandoned military bunker on Sandy Hook.
You won’t find these in New Jersey. We had an Indian-themed pot-luck event at the museum a few weeks ago, and a representative from Frito-Lay brought along a case of these.
A simple and delicious recipe. Coat chicken cutlets in seasoned flour, then pan-fry them in a mixture of butter and olive oil. After that, top with asparagus and the cheese of your choosing (Swiss and Provolone work best), and stick them in the oven until melted. This was a dish my mom borrowed from a…
Another one from H-Mart: the shrimp on the left were as big as my arm and priced at $23.99 a pound.
Kimchi and kimchi and kimchi at Edison’s H-Mart.
When was the last time you saw a Pu Pu Platter with sterno? Not since the glory days of Ruby Palace have I been served one in a Chinese restaurant. And yes, it makes a difference when giving the ribs and beef on a stick a little extra char. This one is from House of…
A break from the beach, and a relaxing walk through the wooded area of Rutgers Gardens.
I was called into action a few hours before the Meerwald (pictured yesterday) set sail on an evening dinner cruise in partnership with the museum. Some hors d’ouevres needed prepping. Pictured is my creation. While my friend Lynn made the crab salad topping, I was tasked with cutting the cucumbers into 80 thin slices and…
Last month’s Latin American food adventure in Perth Amboy was capped off with a quick visit to La Terrazza for an ice-cold Modelo to beat the summer heat.
Probably the best food I’ve had at a baseball game. This was a beef brisket burrito salad bowl thing that wasn’t half bad.
At the Atlantic Highlands Classic Car Show last month. Back to the Future, anyone?