Smorgasburg: Dough

When I read about the food vendors at Smorgasburg, I found myself interested in Dough because I love doughnuts more than anything. So of course, when I made my way down to Smorgasburg… Continue reading

Smorgasburg: Kelvin Natural Slush Co.

After my summer roll from BEP, I decided to get something sweet but cool since it was a terribly hot/humid day (typical New York summer…). I had passed by the Kelvin stand on… Continue reading

Smorgasburg: BEP Vietnamese Eatery

This past Sunday a couple of friends and I headed down to Smorgasburg in DUMBO for the first time this summer. Smorgasburg is part of the Brooklyn Flea Market but is dedicated to… Continue reading

Victory Garden

Last summer I passed by Victory Garden a few times but never went in. I was originally attracted to it because they offer goat’s milk ice cream, which struck me as something unique… Continue reading

Momofuku Milk Bar

I’m working on 85th and Columbus at Birdbath Bakery¬†this summer and on my walks home I always pass Momofuku Milk Bar, which is on 87th and Columbus. After passing by it many times,… Continue reading

Oatmeal Cookie Sandwiches and Gingersnaps!

Last year, I received The Treats Truck Baking Book¬†as a gift from my mom and I’ve consistently been using it to create delicious cookies and other treats! The Treats Truck is a food… Continue reading

Dos Toros Taqueria

Tuesday was a beautiful day and I decided to hang out in the West Village and get something to eat while on my summer job-hunt. Maybe it was the fact that so many… Continue reading

Blueberry Lemon Scones with Lemon Glaze

Both my mom and I are big fans of scones. Incidentally, I didn’t always love scones because I always thought of them as these rock-hard, kind of dry lumps with fruit stuck inside.… Continue reading

Saiguette

The start of (my) new summer brings the start of some more posts! Yesterday, I met up with my friend Evan to get lunch and we decided to try out a new(ish) Vietnamese… Continue reading

Orleans Fries (inspired by The Friendly Toast)

It seems like ages ago now, since Kelley first took me to The Friendly Toast in Portsmouth, NH. It was really only about two years ago but it was a life-changing experience because… Continue reading