Sunday, September 16, 2012


102 St Marks Pl
New York, NY 10009

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-Unique Sweets

Who wants pudding? I do. I feel like Bill Cosby. Anyways Puddin' has lots of flavors with all sorts of different toppings to go on top.They come in these little containers so you can try a bunch of small individual portions. We tried butterscotch, rice, chocolate, banana and coconut. The rice was good, though nothing  compared to Rice to Riches, the chocolate and butterscotch, not really note-worthy, but I thought the banana dream was really, really good. The banana flavor was so fresh and it was really creamy. What I enjoyed about the coconut was that it wasn't very sweet, so the coconut flavor really stands out without a lot of sugar. It was thicker than the others, almost yogurt but creamy. I really liked it. And the people working there are really nice. A nice change from ice cream or the typical restaurant desserts. New York City is all about doing one thing and doing it the best you can to the max. Puddin' takes the CAKE for pudding that's for sure.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Carnegie Deli-NYC

Carnegie Deli
854 7th Ave
New York, NY 10019

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-Bizarre Food
-Trip Flip
-Chowdown Countdown
-I'm sure more

I don't care what anyone says, Kat'z Deli step aside. Carnegie Deli was the best cornbeef and pastrami I have ever had. Not to mention the largest sandwich I have ever seen and also the largest price tag. For
about $27 you can get a triple decker 3lber of pastrami. I also had some tongue on my triple. Of course you can't finish it all at once but I had 3 meals out of it. Three meals for $27 isn't to bad. If you're strolling mid-town Manhattan and are looking for the flavor of Kosher style corned beef and pastrami, the Carnegie is where to go. The originators of the huge over-stuffed sandwich, the Carneigie also maintains a menu of old school Jewish delights like kasha varnishkas (bulgar wheat and bow tie pasta) and kishka (also known as stuffed derma). Be prepared to take half your order home because you gotta throw some NY cheesecake down too. Each slice of their cheesecake is 1lb of pure deliciousness. Now that's a lunch.