Archive for the ‘Burgers’ Category

posted by on American, Breakfast, Brunch, Burgers

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I know I’m mostly vegetarian and all, but for some reason, vegan meals and restaurants just don’t rub me the right way. In fact, they make me gag. I don’t like seitan. I don’t like cashew sauces. I don’t like sesame meatballs. It all tastes like tree bark to me. I know what you’re thinking: [...]

posted by on Australian, Burgers, Nolita, Vegging Out

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I came to Ruby’s Cafe a while ago before I even moved to its ‘hood with my friend who claimed this Australian spot had the best burger in New York City. We did have burgers that night, but sorry, Kunal, I didn’t think they were the best. Good, but not best. (I still love Shake [...]

posted by on Breakfast, Burgers, Cuban, Eggs, Nolita, Vegging Out

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{Mexican style corn on the cob} Since I eat out much less than the average New Yorker, dining out is much more of an event for me. It’s why I takes hours, nay, days to find restaurants and why poring over a menu is no big deal. But you may be surprised to know that [...]

posted by on American, Burgers, Meat, Protein, Sandwiches, Vegging In

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I know I’ve been absent but sometimes life gets in the way of food, which is news to me! I was traveling to Chicago and Boston, working late and catching up on life in general. But I’m back and I need to update you on an incredibly momentous occasion in my cooking “career.” As you [...]

posted by on American, Burgers, Dinner, East Village, Lunch, Tofu, Vegetables, Vegetarian, Vegging Out

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* Favorite New Restaurant Alert! * If you’re like me, then whenever you plan to go out to dinner, you can never remember what places are on your “to go” list and you wind up somewhere totally random. That’s nice and all, but then when are you ever going to make good on your list? [...]

posted by on American, Brooklyn, Burgers, Chicken, Dessert, Dinner, Food etc., Pizza, Vegging Out

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When temperatures drop, so does my level of motivation, but I was determined to have a fun-filled New York weekend for the first one back in the new year. So my boyfriend and I decided on one of Brooklyn’s best free events: live music on Fridays and Saturdays at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). [...]