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It could be worse.You could have eaten some of that green stuff by mistake.
That's the best part! It's about the only hot stuff I can eat anymore and I just love the way it lifts the roof of my head off.
Brick is only about 10 miles from Wall.
Not even, actually. I've lived in both towns.
You mean this post isn't actually about the brick wall between Brick and Wall?
Tillerwoman is right. You take everything so literally....
Sometimes a metaphor is just a metaphor.
Damn! I just had breakfast! And this won't be around for lunch!
I suppose I should expand on this post's title, although it would be fun to see where the comments led without an explanation.I need a break from sushi. Not to say that I have it all the time, only once every two to three weeks or so. But I'm coming away feeling less and less satisfied. It seems as though the flavors that used to be so unique to each roll are now indistinguishable to me. Especially if dressed with the ubiquitous wasabi and soy sauce. Spicy mayo has overtaken special rolls, and tobiko and fried tempura threads are everywhere. Sushi ain't cheap. And I don't just have one roll and a cup of miso soup either. As soon as I ask whether they have uni (sea urchin roe) this evening, the server's eyes light up and the 'you might also like' list of available, top shelf sashimi is quickly rattled off: Toro,Madai, King Salmon.....cha ching. I have no self-control.I need a break for a while. I need a good, cheap Mexican joint, where I can bring my own cerveza, and not be worried about being upsold to a lobster burrito.
We stay away from the places that serve sushi with all the fancy mayo sauces and adulterations; we like ours as simple and with as few ingredients as possible.
I can recommend a good Irish Pub in Connecticut where you can get good cheap honest food with not a lobster burrito in sight.
Baydog, I recommend that you visit a Puruvian Chicken restaurant? AKA Pollo a la Brasa. They take whole chickens and season them with cumin, garlic, paprika and assortment of other ingredients and then they are slow roasted over a wood fire. You get your choice of potato or yucca fries and a small salad. Choose between a 1/4, 1/2 or even the el grande...1 whole chicken. Its cheep $5.00 - $12.00 depending on the size. The BYO cerveza laws may range from State to State. Its Yard Bird at its finest. If you are really daring try the native soda, Inca Gold, it tastes like bubble gum and your guaranteed a cavity with every serving.
Doug, I've had Peruvian chicken in Bethesda and boy is it good! Yucca fries rock and yes, it's pretty cheap. Good suggestion.
Had it today for lunch, 1/4 chicken (dark meat, I prefer the dark side when it comes to chicken) (2) sides, I chose the yucca fries and a salad, it came with a drink,(sans cerveza, went with a can of coke instead). Muchas Buenos and mucho cheapo!
A place for good, cheap Mexican food?Baydog, that's why they invented California. Why do you think the conquistadores left Spain? Do you know how hard it is to find a good quesadilla in Madrid?
Here's a joke about When God Created California that I am sure O Docker will like.
You see, I am famous.
And on the 8th day God Made Farmers.
And then there's Taka Taka, which I've noticed as I walked past in the East Village. They bill themselves as selling "Mexican sushi and Japanese tacos".
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Noticed, but not patronized. Somehow the fence-sitting doesn't make me want to go in.
Domo avocado, Mr. Roboto
Welcome to the grand crustacean!
my wife was not happy to see this picture after just eating a plate of semi-warm leftovers! you're killing me, BD!