Ok so it’s not really 101 Empanada’s but this place has a really large selection. I love an old school looking food truck that doesn’t have graphics on it. The kind of place that looks like its been around since before food trucks were cool and it means they don’t mess around. So César’s Empanada
I thoroughly enjoyed taking Culinary Arts classes at City Tech in Brooklyn. When I decided to leave I felt kind of weird and like I was letting myself down because of the ideas I wanted to do but I realized I can do whatever I want in Culinary degree or no degree. Also the timing
I know I’m going to sound like a jerk but if somebody tells me there is good Spanish food outside of say Washington Heights, Spanish Harlem and Fordham I’m less likely to believe you. It’s an experience thing as I’ve grown up being Dominican and lived in NYC my whole life I have been around
I like going into regular places that serve food with or without Plexiglas partition in the way. Sometimes I’ve found the best food from places like this. In New York you see a lot of Tex Mex places which is basically Americanized Mexican food but a lot of the time they are run by Asians.
I enjoy a slice of good old fashion American apple pie that’s been cooled on a window sill as you play stickball with Jethro and the boys. Actually let me back up for a second because I don’t have any friends named Jethro and what I’m showing today isn’t yo momma apple pie. Take a
Near the overpass of the BQE expressway is a really unassuming area that I have passed through countless times and never really thought of stopping at. Thankfully I did and took a walk down Frost St. in Brooklyn. Here you will find Battery Harris with wooden side paneling and a geometric transparent roof. It’s what