Years ago I would not have touched blood sausage. It was not for lack of trying, as I had been to England where it is common in the full English breakfast as black pudding. But the plate I sent back always contained the black pudding … Continue readingMoranga (cow’s blood) in Mexico
Let me first say how happy I am to have discovered Finn Air. Without them, I might not have been able to eat Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer as my first meal on European soil.
I did not know that steak tartare was so extreme. I have heard of it since moving to New York City, but it did not seem to offend anyone. Like tripe, it was mostly found on international and upper class restaurant menus. It was not … Continue readingSteak Tartare at The King’s Feast NYC
Elk burger n fries #burgers #nyc #nycfood #nyceats #nycrestaurants #eeeeeats #hungry #healthy #instafood #foodofinstagram #foodporn #food #instameat #sandwiches #foodiechats #nycburgers A post shared by kitties and Plates (@jaischmidt) on May 14, 2017 at 3:27pm PDT Americans sure do love their burgers. In fact, even the … Continue readingElk Burger at Bareburger NYC
Usually when I do extreme eating, I do it one thing at a time. It’s not that it’s all I can handle (although in the case of duck tongue), but it usually has to do with that’s the only thing the restaurant offered. In the … Continue readingOrnella Trattoria
On a search for goat curry on Yelp, I discovered Himalayan Yak in Jackson Heights, Queens. Seeing as how Jackson Heights is known for its sizeable desi population, I knew that Himalayan Yak had to be authentic. But not only is it authentic, there’s something … Continue readingHimalayan Yak NYC