Looks like a loaf of white bread in a special plastic bag. You’d think that cooks who start from scratch might use fancier bread. But I’m not the one to ask, because I always thought stuffing came in a bag with the words Pepperidge Farm on it.
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Posted in Food, tagged brooklyn, brooklyn supermarket, mcdonald ave, pepperidge farm stuffing, photography, thanksgiving brooklyn, thanksgiving stuffing, turkey and trimmings on November 27, 2013 | 1 Comment »
The kid’s putting on his shirt in front of the ice cream store. It’s the beach, so I don’t think “no shirt, no shoes, no service” applies. He could be aiming for one out of two, though.
Here’s your appetizer. To get one for yourself at the New Floridian, go to Kings Plaza, then drive down Flatbush until you see a restaurant that doesn’t look like a diner, thanks to its modernized facade. Park the car (only a lunatic would take public transportation this far out); you have arrived! Enjoy.
This is one of those huge grocery stores; Brooklyn has a few of them. What’s important in this picture are the pickles. This weekend is Memorial Day, so there’s going to be a mad rush on picnic supplies starting very soon. You’ve been warned.
Nathan’s normal spot, on Surf Avenue by the subway station, is still being reno’ed after the hurricane damage, so this is the Coney Island location for hot dogs and assorted fried food you might be craving. Everyone goes here. This is the first fur-trimmed wrap I’ve seen on the boardwalk, though that is only because there’s no Mermaid event in cold weather.
Or maybe something happened during the upload? All of the elements take on extra significance in this arty accident: the woman who is probably heading to a wedding, the crooked police and fire call box, the call-a-car, and even the color red.
Get off the F train at York Street, the last stop in Brooklyn, and walk downhill toward the water, and you’ll pass this Mexican restaurant. I think it’s the only one in Dumbo, which would make it both the best and the worst. But if you’d asked my opinion after I’d just eaten there, I would have said, Not the best, not the worst. To avoid this confusion, just eat somewhere else.
This is a mistake… The door to the cake shop is wide open and no one is around… Maybe I should go in and have a better look?
It’s nice to know that even though the neighborhood is getting spiffed up on account of the Barclay’s Center, there’s still cheap and questionable food to be found nearby.
It kind of makes you miss Hostess, doesn’t it? Hostess were really sweet; these look like they would have flavor but have only texture instead. I did research once.