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Breakfast Turkey Burgers

No thanks. I will eat the real thing. Limit calories with "pushaways" not poor replacements.

Apr 22, 2015
bob07461 in Recipes

Do you remember Hagen Dazs ice cream when they first started making it??

I grew up in Brooklyn in the 50s. Never saw hagen daze. Our icecream of choice was loose-pack from the corner candy store. No clue as to brand.

Apr 17, 2015
bob07461 in Manhattan

Tuscany Brewhouse 3055 New Jersey 23 Oak Ridge, NJ 07438

OK for burgers etc but don’t order fish of any kind. The grilled tuna I ordered was obviously defrosted in a microwave and dropped on a grill which was barely hot enough to leave faint grill marks much less sear the fish properly. It came as a pile of pink mush with the taste of old fish. My wife’s Scampi was totally lacking in flavor. Since they don’t brew anything there I don’t understand how they call themselves a brewhouse.

Jul 11, 2012
bob07461 in New Jersey

Top NJ Cheese Shops

Just watch your credit card and check your statement if you go there.

Jan 17, 2012
bob07461 in New Jersey

BEST FRUIT PIE IN NEW JERSEY

The NJ State Fair -http://njstatefair.org/html/fair.cfm is sponsoring a contest for the best fruit pie in NJ. The contest is open to NJ professional bakers and is being held on August 3rd 2009. I hope samples are available after the judging.

Top NJ Cheese Shops

Boblink's quality is uneven. I suspect that the best of their product goes to the restaurants, we get what is left.

Mar 01, 2009
bob07461 in New Jersey

restaurants near vernon hardyston hamburg crystal springs NJ in sussex county

Latour is hard to top. Chateau Hathorn is very uneven, it can be exceptional but if you are unlucky enough to go when the owner is not there bring a tent to rest in while waiting for service and sub-par food.

CHOW Root Beer

Sassafras trees grow over most of North America. Young trees are shallow rooted and easily pulled. Just peel the bark from the roots and steep the peelings in boiling water.

Feb 28, 2009
bob07461 in Recipes