In Acquired Tastes, The Takeout explores the food and drinks we can’t live without. Last summer, five years after moving to New York City, I went looking for scrapple. I don’t mean in the form of an innovative reimagining added to a bougie menu because upscale offal is trendy (although: if you know of an especially worthwhile example of that, please tell me where I can find it). I wanted a block of refrigerated meat mush that could be equally described as “gray” or “brown,” purchased by the pound, and stored in the bottom drawer of my refrigerator for regular consumption. I ended up running through a muggy downpour to The Meat Hook in Williamsburg, where they informed me that while they occasionally stock scrapple, it was a special-order item that they usually produced only upon request. It is objectively fine for any one particular butcher or grocer to not stock an undeniably niche item. But it says something that, unlike almost every other edible … [Read more...] about How do you like them scrapple?
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Asbury Park Press Published 9:30 p.m. UTC May 23, 2018 The following is our list of Shore dining destinations. We recommend you call ahead to confirm hours of operation or to see if reservations are needed; check for updates online at www.app.com/summer guide. For restaurants with wheelchair access, we’ve included the (H) designation. Credit card codes are V-Visa, MC-MasterCard, AE-American Express and D-Discover. ABERDEEN The Court Jester 1077-A Route 34, Aberdeen Towne Square. 732-566-6674. American. AE, D, MC, V. (H); www.jestersweb.net Mahzu 1077 Route 34. 732-583-8985. Japanese/sushi. AE, D, MC, V. (H); www.mahzurestaurants.com More: Feels like summer: 10 restaurants for outdoor dining The Original Luigi’s Famous Pizza 1208 Route 34, Suite 3. 732-290-3030. Italian. AE, D, MC, V. (H); www. aberdeenluigis.com www.luigisfamouspizza.net ALLENHURST Mister C’s Beach Bistro Ocean and Allen avenues. 732-531-3665. American. AE, D, MC, V. (H); … [Read more...] about Jersey Shore restaurants: Where to eat this summer
See more Calendar listings at www.troyrecord.com/community. Submit items at least two weeks in advance to [email protected] Friday, May 4ALBANY HISTORY LOST & FOUND: Everyone who has studied local history has had the experience of finding a document, an artifact, a landmark, a recording, some piece of evidence that helps us see with new eyes the 400+-year-old city that surrounds us. The excitement of discovery is the focus of this program. Six Albany historians will talk about their research finds and explain their significance. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. at The University Club, 141 Washington Ave, Albany. Off the Record will perform downstairs in the Grill Room at 8 p.m. Free admission. Please note, the University Club is not wheelchair accessible. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/275663559638466/. BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: Coffee and Conversation: Wildflowers — Faces, Facts and Folklore. A conversation with Cornell Cooperative Extension … [Read more...] about Community calendar for May 4, 2018
See more Calendar listings at www.troyrecord.com/community. Submit items at least two weeks in advance to [email protected] Friday, April 27BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY: 10 a.m., Rubber Ducky Club: Motor Skills Playtime to develop motor skills for children up to age 6 with family. 1 p.m., Coffee and Conversation: Enterprising Waters — New York’s Erie Canal. Brad Utter, senior historian at the New York State Museum, will provide an overview of the museum’s new exhibit highlighting the canal. The one-hour program will be followd by a coffee hour at 2 p.m. 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar. COLLAR CITY CRAFT FEST: The Collar City Craft Fest is a show case of the area’s top artists and distinguished exhibitors. Noon - 5 p.m., The Arts Center, 265 River Street, Troy. Advertisement FRED’S ITALIAN CAFE: Lasagna, garlic bread and all the finest Kacergiano Italian fixings! Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the RPI Chapel + Cultural Center. 6 p.m., 2125 … [Read more...] about Community calendar for April 27, 2018
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Revisit 30 unforgettable Bradley Center concerts before the Milwaukee arena's demolition The BMO Harris Bradley Center, opened in 1988, will host one last major concert with Bon Jovi before demolition begins this summer. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 2 Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Piet Levy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 6:58 a.m. CT April 24, 2018 | Updated 9:42 a.m. CT April 24, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Photos: 30 Years, 60 Great Concerts at the BMO Harris Bradley Center Fullscreen Posted! A link has … [Read more...] about Revisit 30 unforgettable Bradley Center concerts before the Milwaukee arena’s demolition