Friday Foodstuffs for June 14, 2019

It's all Alton Brown's fault. Good Eats went off the air some years back. The show had a long and entertaining run, but Alton thought it was time to retire the concept. For a good four plus years, we pushed out a Friday Foodstuffs on this blog before finally feeling the need to pull back. … Continue reading Friday Foodstuffs for June 14, 2019

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Three Nibbles: Cardinal Bistro, ITA 101, Crave

There are lots of restaurants in South Jersey that I wish to go to at some point. So many, in fact, that I started a list. Well, that list has become quite long. Very, very, VERY long. You wouldn't believe how mind-numbingly long my list is. Henry David Thoreau's writings are Twitter posts in comparison … Continue reading Three Nibbles: Cardinal Bistro, ITA 101, Crave

Whiskey and Donuts: The Iron Room and MADE AC Come Together

And I'll have a-whiskey for puddin' There was a sketch from the old Monty Python TV show that had a Scotsman ordering dinner and wanted whiskey - not with every course but as every course. This was going through my head as my wife and I sat down for an evening of whiskey and donuts … Continue reading Whiskey and Donuts: The Iron Room and MADE AC Come Together

Three Nibbles: Bill’s BBQ Shack, Taconelli’s, Oxtail Pho and Banh Mi

It's a new year (so I've been told), and I've decided to try a new little somethin'-somethin' here. If you know me, you know my penchant for the goofy. And my fondness of the word 'nibble'. So here for you now is the first installment of what I am calling Three Nibbles. The concept is … Continue reading Three Nibbles: Bill’s BBQ Shack, Taconelli’s, Oxtail Pho and Banh Mi

Zen and the Art of Scrapple Eating at The Cracked Egg Cafe

So here I am, getting the band back together so to speak, and I present to you a brand-new post...with no pictures. But you'll see (or should I say read) why in a moment. By the way, how was the LBI Shellfish Soiree from three years ago? Yes, I'm pretty sick of seeing that post. … Continue reading Zen and the Art of Scrapple Eating at The Cracked Egg Cafe