Lunch. Prospect Park, Brooklyn. May 2012.
If you live in Brooklyn and use the internet, you are probably sick to death of hearing about The Great GoogaMooga. For anyone who visits ONLY this website (hi Mom) and doesn’t know what I’m talking about I’ll fill you in real quick - the Great GoogaMooga was a food festival that took place this…
We went to the Great GoogaMooga and I took pictures and then wrote about it because that’s the kind of shit I do.
Yesterday the crew and I spent the day with Matt & Allison Robicelli of Robicelli’s Cupcakes, Brooklyn’s most fantastic and original dessert company. We toured their favorite food spots in their home neighborhood of Bay Ridge, essentially eating our way through some of the best foods the borough has to offer.
Check out these photos for a sneak peek of what’s to come in the video!
The sandwich was life-changing.
I want all of these.
[“Seinfood” by Rinee Shah]
The mailman broke my heart :(
Little Debbies, imported from Maryland. Thanks mom!
Staying up stupid late to make these “Pink Velvet Fruity Pebble Whoopie Pies” that look a little more like defunct tuna salad sandwiches than I’d hoped.
Kitchen Tips for Dum-Dums
I’ve been cooking a lot lately, and doing so has forced me to learn some stuff that makes my time in the kitchen more efficient and satisfying (or in other words, makes me an expert). Now, I call these “tips for dum-dums” because most of them are obvious and now that I think about it, are things I learned in 8th grade home ec. If you’re the “homie” type (i.e., person who spends much of their time in the home, not an “O.G.” necessarily [though they may intersect]) you are probably already familiar with this stuff in which case shut up I’m trying to share.
1. Wear an apron. This is sort of stupid and unnecessary, but every time I remember to do it I’m pretty glad. I get to wipe my hands all over myself guilt-free and without ruining my really important black stretch pants.
It was a super successful dinner day.