Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Very Hungry Sam

WOW! With my Aussie cousins in town, it was two weeks of eating like a queen, and I loved every second of it!! I thought the best way to document my culinary adventures would be "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" style (a book that inspired generations of foodies!). Here are some of my favorite eats:

A tasty recap:
-Mt. Desert Island,  51 Exchange Street Portland, Maine
-Street and Co, 33 Wharf Street Portland, Maine
-IHOP, you can find them all over! It IS international after all!
-Balaboosta, 214 Mulberry Street New York, NY
-Frankies 17, 17 Clinton Street New York, NY

P.S. I am now obsessed with Salted Caramel ice cream and on a mission to find some in NYC. HELP ME!

9 comments:

  1. thanks for making me hungry! LOL

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  2. Umm I do not see "Veggie Pita from Souvlaki" on this list. An accidental omission I'm thinking?!

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  3. haha sorry liz! should have written a warning: NSIYH (not suitable if you're hungry). ahhh, gemma! yes, i must have forgotten about that delicious souvlaki!! maybe the pain of not being able to go to frankies that night has made me push all of the night's events out of my head :)

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  4. Let me know when you find salted caramel ice cream...or you can make a sam salted caramel ice cream sundae...using the best vanilla ice cream, and the best caramel sauce sprinkled with some maldon sea salt? what do you think?

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  5. Meliss, I love your idea! But I think maybe it's best if I don't know how to make it myself! That sounds dangerous :)

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  6. salted caramel ice cream in cranford! who says we don't have good food in the suburbs!

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  7. oooh, maybe i'll make there one day! and i DEFINITELY think there is GREAT food in the burbs! one of my favorite pizza places in the world is in my hometown Wayne, NJ: Vinnie's Pizzarama (love the name, right?).

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