The first time this 26 year old Italian had ever eaten veal was last month, and it was delicious. Served here Picatta style at Nonna’s.
Hemingway’s drink: “Death in the Afternoon”, or absinthe and champagne.
The night before my “History of Liquor” lecture, I had to get in the zone with some absinthe, the history of which is a large chunk of the class.
A teeny-tiny organic grass-fed sirloin (that was totally worth the price) along with some sauteed string beans and roasted potatoes.
A killer turkey club and crunchy fries at Sissy’s in Atlantic Highlands.
Trying to get some writing done is always easier when the weather is nice and you have some Rook cold brew at your disposal.
It took months, but I finally found her,
How quickly this became one of my favorite wines.
This might be the best soup I’ve ever had in my life. Thinly sliced roast pork, bok choy, udon noodles, and a fried egg in a broth that becomes reddish and sweet thanks to the pork. UJ’s Asian Bistro, Hazlet.
Any restaurant that has a tater tot menu is okay in my book. These are the Chicken Picatta tots at JJ Bitting’s in Woodbridge.
Panini perfection at the New Monmouth Diner: turkey, bacon, avocado, and chipotle sauce…with more sauce on the side!
Best part of moving has been having a Rook less than a mile away. I was totally hooked. I get the hot New Orleans blend, and yes, I’m one of those people with the raven sticker on the back of my car.