NYC Food Porn

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This is Dan; he got that smoker from Austin’s favorite BBQ guru, Aaron Franklin of Franklin’s Barbecue. Dan meant to bring Texas style brisket to NYC, he even hauled a bunch of post oak wood back with him!

Delaney Barbecue in Brooklyn, NY

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Pretty awesome pizza from Di Fara Pizza.

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One of the best things we ate; an authentic pastrami sandwich from Mile End Delicatessen.

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Marinating our egg yolks in beer for the Brooklyn Lager Eggnog.

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Turning our egg whites into peaks. This mixer was pretty big.

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Heavy cream turned into whipped cream for our Beer Eggnog.

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Brooklyn Winter Ale Candied Bacon for the Beer Eggnog.

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“The Brooklyn Breakfast”

Dutch Lovin’ Beer Eggnog with Candied Bacon. Our take on eggs and bacon.

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Pork flame pot in Chinatown, NYC. It was so hot the flame looks purple. I don’t know the name of this place, because it wasn’t in English. It was somewhere in the Chinatown in Manhattan.

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Asian Pickled Cabbage, somewhere in the Chinatown in Manhattan.

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Banana Pudding Cake at Sylvia’s, Queen of Soul Food.

I will make a cake like this soon, it was amazing.

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Fried Chicken and Waffles at Sylvia’s, Queen of Soul Food.

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Corned Beef Hash, so delicious, from Sylvia’s, Queen of Soul Food.

Don’t mind the shadow. I could have taken another photo, but that would have meant waiting just that much longer to eat.

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Cooked up some of that Salmon the Swedes gave us; we had it for brunch before we left the condo to see the tree at the Rockefeller Plaza.

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Interesting combination restaurant. We didn’t actually eat there, but we thought it was funny. We were somewhere in Harlem.

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Shake Shack, my burger was amazing!

That beautiful friedness is a portabella mushroom, stuffed with cheese, battered and fried. I hope you’re jealous.

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I saw this cool poster at a coffee shop. It splits up tastes and aromas.  So cool!

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Steamed Clams in black sauce at East Lake Seafood Restaurant in Flushing, Queens. (The Real Chinatown.)

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Asian Fried Calamari at East Lake Seafood Restaurant in Flushing, Queens.

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Frog and Preserved Meat Casserole with Rice at East Lake Seafood Restaurant in Flushing, Queens.

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The cool little dish our rice came in at the East Lake Seafood Restaurant in Flushing, Queens.

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Black Bean Tapioca Dessert, so yummy! At the East Lake Seafood Restaurant in Flushing, Queens.

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Many many spices at the Chelsea Market in Manhattan.

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Fresh and very tasty Lobsters at the Chelsea Market in Manhattan.

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Arthur Avenue Retail Market in Little Italy in the Bronx, NY.

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Arthur Avenue Retail Market in Little Italy in the Bronx, NY.

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Arthur Avenue Retail Market in Little Italy in the Bronx, NY.

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So much sausage and so very cool. Calabria Pork Store in Little Italy.

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Calabria Pork Store

I can really let these photos speak for themselves.

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Calabria Pork Store

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Calamari from Emilia’s Italian Restaurant in Little Italy, the Bronx, NY.

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Best Osso Buco I have ever had in my life, hands down.

Emilia’s Restaurant in Little Italy, the Bronx, NY.

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Homemade Manicotti and so absolutely amazing, the best thing we ate that day.

Emilia’s Restaurant, Little Italy

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The biggest piece of naan ever.

Bukhara Grill in Manhattan

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Sikandari Raan: Tandoori leg of lamb delicately marinated in rum and spices.

Bukhara Grill in Manhattan

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Great way to end our night. At this point, we had a few drinks. I apologize for not getting a photo of the pizza.

Trust me, Artichoke Pizza, had the best pizza I have ever eaten. I will attempt to duplicate it. That is all.

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