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Turkish Classics At Taci’s Beyti

I’m surprised to see this is the first Turkish restaurant I’ve written abut on this blog. I’ve passed by Taci’s Beyti many times over the years on the Coney Island Avenue bus, and although I kept meaning to check it … Continue reading

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Vegan German At Black Forest Brooklyn

Before an… interesting German production of Richard III at BAM, we stopped for a quick German meal at Black Forest Brooklyn. They have a ton of vegetarian and vegan dishes, including an eggplant schnitzel and a vegan bratwurst (pictured above). … Continue reading

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Korean Delivery From Hanki Everyday

I’m happy to see that Brooklyn’s options for Korean food are getting better. A few years ago we got Insa, the Korean restaurant and karaoke bar, and now we have Hanki Everyday Korean. It’s in the old Tofu on 7th … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Shanghainese At Yaso Tangbao

Outside of soup dumplings I don’t really know a lot about Shanghainese food. The one vegetarian dish I do know about is kao fu, braised wheat gluten served cold in a sweet and savory sauce with peanuts and wood ear … Continue reading

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Plum Clafoutis Is The Perfect Fall Dessert

Even though there’s a slight chill in the air it’s a great time of year for fruit at the farmer’s market. There are still late peaches, but apples and pears are beginning to take over. There are also plums, in … Continue reading

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Great Vegetarian Thai At Mondayoff By Plant Love House

I don’t write a lot about Thai food on this blog. I love Thai food, but it can be hard to find vegetarian versions of most dishes — many restaurants add nam pla, or fish sauce, to the dishes for … Continue reading

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Brunch At Hugo & Sons

For my first visit to Hugo & Sons, just a short walk from my apartment, we met my parents for brunch. Although the zucchini frittata and the roasted eggplant both sounded good, I only had eyes for the pizza. I … Continue reading

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