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mercat boqueria barcelona

Well, dear readers, sad to say I had to take this morning off to recuperate from a vicious bout of food poisoning!! I managed to still make it out this afternoon to the Mercat Boqueria, the city’s (and possibly the world’s) most incredible food market…

mercat boqueria barcelona

where these fruit juices may have just saved my life…

mercat boqueria barcelona

and fishes stare at you with imploring eyes…

mercat boqueria barcelona

where chocolate hedgehogs sit next to chocolate boobs…

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Posted by: on December 31st, 2009 | Comments (1)

dischord barcelona

Started the day walking by the Block of Discord. This is Gaudi’s Casa Batllo.

barcelona foie and eggs

Then it was pure decadence with foie gras and eggs at a small restaurant hidden in a deli called Matequeria Ravell, through the kitchen and up some stairs.

sagrada familia barcelona

The amazing Sagrada Familia under construction.

barcelona park guell cruces

Las Tres Cruces in the Park Guell, where we spent most of the day…

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Posted by: on December 29th, 2009 | Tagged with: | Comments (0)

barcelona tapas menu

Turns out, by the looks of this menu, I don’t know any Spanish at all. So I just guessed when it came to ordering.

barcelona artichoke tapas

Fried artichokes at Tapac 24.

barcelona tapas black calamari

Best dish of the day: black calamari rings.

 barcelona tv german darts

Netflix instant does not work outside the US, did you know that? So we fell asleep watching German dart championships.

Posted by: on December 28th, 2009 | Comments (0)

burgertime instructions

Everyone’s favorite game about Building beautiful burgers, dodging horrible hot dogs, and defying brawling bread sticks. I found this old instruction manual at my parent’s house.

burgertime instructions

More strange renderings of food after the jump.

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Posted by: on October 7th, 2009 | Comments (0)

greenpoint food market

My favorite purchase: spicy pickled heirloom cucumbers. The company, Brooklyn Brine, is working on a whiskey barrel pickle that will be ready soon.

greenpoint food market

Delicious ginger syrup from Morris Kitchen that mixes well with seltzer and will be fantastic when I try it in some cocktail concoctions.

greenpoint food market

Sticky, yummy pecan pie from Dixie.

greenpoint food market

The welcome sign to The Greenpoint Food Market, a brand new local centric spot that launched last week near McGolrick Park. Open from noon to six every Saturday, the market has something for any food lover. Support local businesses!

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Posted by: on September 19th, 2009 | Tagged with: , , , , | Comments (1)

sui ren williamsburg brooklyn

Grilled octopus skewer.

sui ren williamsburg brooklyn

Gyu Tataki.

New Izakaya and Yakitori Bar in Williamsburg, Sui Ren is at 302 Metropolitan Ave. Go on a nice night to take advantage of the back yard. More courses after the jump.

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Posted by: on September 12th, 2009 | Tagged with: | Comments (0)

Chicken Layed Cake

sandwiches and cake are two different things. this is too weird and gross for even me to try. Can i ask why this is severed with strawberry jelly? I found this recipe card at my local bagel shop. There’s an actual recipe for this on the back of the card should anyone really want it.

Posted by: on September 7th, 2009 | Tagged with: , | Comments (0)

summer 43 glamour magazine

Seven models populate a fake beach in this Serge Balkin photograph, which appeared in the December 1946 Glamour. They wear the latest summer fashions, from swimsuits and skirts to sandals. The kitschy set gives this work a sense of 1940s-era humor.”

vanity fair picnic cover 1933

Photographer Anton Bruehl turned Vanity Fair’s March 1933 cover into a picnic scene with mugs of foam-capped beer on a red and white–checked tablecloth and the magazine’s title spelled above in bits of pretzel.”

Both prints can be bought at the Conde Nast Store.

Posted by: on September 6th, 2009 | Tagged with: , , , | Comments (0)