R&B Superstar Keith Sweat.
"I refuse to open my eyes if I’m being an apple" Round 3. (at Eagle Mills Cider Company and Family Fun Park)
Ice on the left, light on the right.
You can drink it while playing soccer, volleyball, baseball, or golf. It goes well with a game of basketball, a trip on the lake for a day of fishing or even a round of golf. It apparently goes well even with a round of boxing.
I speak of course of Mountain Brew Ice and its new partner, Mountain Brew Light. In the merging market of convenience store-brand…
Simply adorned on a white paper plate.
Withh the noon sun high in the sky, basking down upon the cars zooming through the busy intersection, I descended upon the white storefront, artfully paired with maroon accents, in search of fine cuisine in an unassuming locale.
OK, so it was Stewart’s gas station on the corner of North Massey and Coffeen streets in Watertown and the pizza was 99-cents and…
By simply adding the sugar at the beginning of your batch of iced tea instead of a late afterthought, the end product is richer, with an intriguing depth of flavor you don’t often find in your typical summer brew.
I should clarify now that while I may refer to it as a summer brew, I make iced tea year-round. Sometimes it’s herbal tea, other times it may be green. During the summer, it’s usually…
A slice of the peanut butter pie I brought home. If the mac and cheese and fancy brunch doesn’t do it for you, the pie will.
For my last full-length contribution for the WDT, I made the trek down I-81 to Adams for lunch one of my last Friday afternoons in Watertown. Adams, a small village about 40 minutes north of Syracuse and 15 minutes south of Watertown, is just the kind of place that would…
Like my past post to Eater’s Digest, I went searching for ethic cuisine in an area where such food is hard to come by. Fast-food and chain Mexican don’t count and neither does Italian. Why? Because you know something is mainstream when it can be found on menus at Applebee’s, Ruby Tuesday’s and all the other “grilles”. Hell, even bars and diners will have chicken parm and lasagna.
In my most recent contribution to Eater’s Digest, I reviewed tacos, because everyone likes tacos and anyone who doesn’t like tacos is not a trustworthy person.
I’m not talking about Taco Bell, where 99 percent of the menu items differ only in the size of the tortilla and the location and quantity of nacho cheese sauce. I’m talking about real tacos, wrapped in corn tortillas and served with a…
- “‘My God,’ he gasped, ‘you’re fun to kiss.’”—
F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender Is the Night (via dulcetdecember)
After my crash bandicoot tattooo I’m gonna get a sun on my back for sure.