Monthly Archives: December 2014

My Favorites Of 2014

It’s time once again for that annual traditional of year-end favorites. This will be my last post of the year, but I’ll return in 2015 with more Brooklyn Vegetarian. Click on the photos or the links to read the full … Continue reading

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Old School Sicilian At Ferdinando’s Focacceria

For some reason I expected Ferdinando’s Focacceria, an old school Sicilian joint hidden away near the Columbia Street Waterfront, to be empty when I went for a weekday lunch. It was packed, however, both with regulars and first-timers like me. … Continue reading

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Why I Made A Hard Boiled Egg And Pickle Sandwich

Back in 1999, I spent five weeks in Israel. The food was incredible. I had the best falafel of my life in Tel Aviv, and I’ve yet to find any falafel here in NYC that rivals it. In Jerusalem I … Continue reading

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