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Ike
Newark, NJ/New York, NY
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An important note for anyone going to Max & Mina's: They're observant, so they're *closed* on SATURDAYS. Some friends and I found that out the hard way a few months ago. So, I still haven't tasted their ice cream. A poppyseed flavor is mentioned in a Chowhound thread. Sounds fascinating.
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2012 on Max and Mina's Ice Cream at Eating In Translation
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I must have that mutaki again! I will have to venture out there. GREAT dessert.
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2011 on Baku Bakery at Eating In Translation
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Mmm, that looks really good! I'll have to keep that in mind the next time I'm in Brooklyn.
Toggle Commented Nov 21, 2011 on Mtskheta Cafe at Eating In Translation
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I don't think I've ever had picaditas. They look like sopes.
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on El Atoradero at Eating In Translation
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Holy cow! Or should I say holy cucumber?! Not only have I never seen chili parm pickles, I've never even HEARD of them. Those are beautiful!
Toggle Commented Jun 24, 2011 on Sweet Revenge at Eating In Translation
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Mangosteen sorbet?!? HOLY HECK. I don't get out to Park Slope very often but I might have to make a special trip just for that! Mmmmmmmmm!
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2011 on Sky Ice at Eating In Translation
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$15/lb? Gosh, and I thought these vendors' mangosteens were expensive at $9/lb. Although maybe you still get more actual fruit meat from wong pei, since the weight of the mangosteens is largely from the inedible rinds.
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2011 on Sidewalk fruit vendor at Eating In Translation
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Hmmm. I'll have to get a Chinese friend to write down "spare ribs with taro" and maybe "red-cooked rabbit" in Mandarin for me.
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2011 on Double Dragon at Eating In Translation
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Oooooo, an opinion on how good something tasted! More please! ;) :)
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2011 on Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao at Eating In Translation
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Perhaps because I'm a salt fiend, I loved loved LOVED the dry spicy tasty diced chicken with ginger and peanut. I keep wanting to go back and get it again. And those radishes! Wow! I might start dreaming about those. I never thought I'd relish radishes so much.
Toggle Commented Feb 11, 2011 on Legend at Eating In Translation
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"The problem isn't calories, it's carbohydrates. Until oreos become made out of meat and cheese, you'll still get fat eating them." Any double-blind scientific studies from reliable sources proving this? Or just junk science? "...replace their flour with wheat free gluten free flours and to eliminate sugars by replacing with erythritol/stevia." That's wildly expensive.
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This is delightful and made me smile. Now, *my* funeral on the other hand....
Toggle Commented Jul 23, 2009 on My So-Called "Death" at WFMU's Beware of the Blog
You spelled "favorites" incorrectly. It doesn't have an apostrophe. Speaking of poor grammar, do you think maybe "Baltimore's Singing Taxidriver" (sic) is a title passed down from generation to generation? I mean, could there still be a singing taxi driver out there in Charm City, carrying on the work of his father and grandfather before him? And still incorrectly mashing the words "taxi" and "driver" together into one, to keep up the old tradition?
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