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Vegetarian At Tortas Morelos

Tortas Morelos in Bay Ridge is tiny – there are two and a half tables, seating for ten if everyone squishes in. The tiny space puts out a pretty big menu, though of course I was there for a torta. … Continue reading

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Vegan At Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop And 300 Posts

Happy 2020, and welcome to my 300th post. It’s been almost nine years since I started this blog, and sometimes I feel like I’m screaming into the void. I don’t get a lot of traffic to the site, and in … Continue reading

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How I Learned To Love Tempeh

For years I didn’t understand the appeal of tempeh. I tried cooking with it once or twice, and had a few restaurant dishes with it, but I never really liked it. Even high-end tempeh made here in Brooklyn left me … Continue reading

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Vegetarian At Together Burmese

“Do you know Burmese food?” my server asked after I was seated at Together. There are almost no Burmese restaurants in New York, but in fact I have had Burmese food before. I’ve eaten at a Burmese Food fund raiser, … Continue reading

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Kosher Dim Sum At Bodai Vegetarian

Bodai Vegetarian is technically in Borough Park, but it’s just a few blocks away from the Sunset Park Chinatown and my personal favorite, Lucky Vegetarian. The fact that it straddles both a predominantly Jewish neighborhood and an Asian one may … Continue reading

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The Return Of the Slice At F & F Pizzeria

For a while it seemed like every “cool” new pizza place was focusing on Neapolitan-style individual pizzas. Over the past few years though it seems like a revolution is taking place – people are trying to reclaim the humble slice … Continue reading

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Hoek Pizza In Red Hook

At first glance, Hoek Pizza looks like very other hipster Brooklyn pizza place. Dark wood, high exposed ceilings, a fully stocked bar, and a wood-burning pizza oven in the center of it all. There are a few differences when it … Continue reading

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