Jamaican

A Pattie on the Back for Little Miss Muffin

A Pattie on the Back for Little Miss Muffin

by James Boo August 10, 2010

The Jamaican Patty was more or less foreign to me until a couple of months ago. I had passed by Golden Krust plenty of times en route to Popeyes, and I had heard tales of dried-up, unsavory offerings from deli counters and carts, but I […]

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Passing the Dutchy

Passing the Dutchy

by James Boo February 1, 2010

Zach Brooks, founder of one of the most successful food blogs in the world, left New York on Saturday, January 30. Since Zach will no doubt make fun of me for every remotely poetic word in this post, I’ll keep this shoutout on point. Zach […]

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Getting in Touch With My Baba Roots

Getting in Touch With My Baba Roots

by James Boo January 7, 2010

This unscheduled post is part of the 93 Plates project. You can read Hagan Blount’s post on this meal here. At 8:00 p.m. on a January night, the stretch of Utica Ave. between Foster and Clarendon is a bleak row of auto repair shops, huge, […]

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Eating Kingston

Eating Kingston

by Zach Mann October 2, 2009

Mele came up with the mantra that we would “eat New York” when we visited the city last March, a style of travel that basically translates into “meals before museums.” While I won’t always condone pizza before Picasso, I’m a big fan of eating out […]

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