I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am to be writing about Smorgasburg because that means I was finally able to go!

Smorgasburg is an offshoot of the Brooklyn Flea [market] that centers solely on food and is held every Saturday in the spring/summer/fall in Williamsburg aka hipsterville. There were dozens of vendors selling all sorts of food, both ready-to-eat and prepackaged. We went to basically make a massive lunch sharing time out of it.

Luckily we went a couple of weeks ago when the weather was a bit misty and not all that sunny. That normally would be a bummer, but I think it saved us from some potentially long lines at the booths!

The first thing we ate was a gordita with angus barbacoa from the Cemita’s stand. My only experience prior to this with a gordita was from Taco Bell so I obviously didn’t know what to expect. What we ended up with was a delicious sandwich of barbequed beef stuffed into a crispy fried shell with lettuce and cheese. Yum!

When you first look at the Handsome Hank’s Fish Hut menu, you wonder if $10 isn’t just a little expensive for some fish and chips. Then you get said fish and chips and realize that it is a truly ginormous portion of food. There are 3 huge strips of fish in that paper container. And their sauce, which is not a completely traditional tartar sauce, was dynamite. I’m actually getting really hungry remembering this one.

Even though we drank and finished a bottle of water with the fish and chips, I was still really thirsty afterwards. Luckily, the Brooklyn Soda Works was there and they were giving samples of flavors so you could try before committing to buy a whole cup! This proved especially fortuitous because I got to try their apple and ginger flavor, which I was initially hesitant about since most artisanal ginger sodas tend to be too potent for me, but this one was actually very good and appley. So we got that and it was refreshing indeed.

The Cookie Guild makes, as the sign proudly proclaims, beer cookies. They are cookies flavored with beer that supposedly still taste quite a bit like the beer even though the alcohol has cooked off. Now I do not drink beer because it tastes gross to me. My other half, however, does and really wanted to try 2 of their beer cookie flavors. I think I had a piece of one cookie and it wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t particularly good either. I’m sure there are plenty of beer loving people who enjoy their cookies. I do think it’s a cool concept.

SMORES! OM NOM NOM. Smores with homemade graham crackers and homemade marshmallows? OM NOM NOM NOM. Smores with all of that and salty caramel instead of chocolate? OM NOM NOM NOM NOM. I almost wanted to go back for another one, but at this point we were really stuffed. Isn’t that little torch the guy is using to toast the marshmallows cute?

And finally, speaking of cute I had to share this picture of a couple of dogs that were at Smorgsaburg because I want to own them. Except that they’re a bit big. So maybe smaller versions of them. They’re old English sheepdogs, which are even cuter when their hair is longer. =)

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Ujusss!!! Me da gusto que la fábrica reabriera después a pesar de la crisis , XD

La crisis en Grecia estaba poniendo trabas en la fabricación de las unidades restantes, hasta la unidad SAGA se puso a vender cemitas en el mercado, pero hemos reabierto.

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New York may lag far behind L.A. as a Mexican food metropolis, and Angelinos may still have license tomock our nascent, bodega-rooted taco culture, but I find hope in the idea of humble corner shops turning gradually into restaurants. All five boroughs are dotted with small delis in the process of shifting their primary business model, the stocks of everyday staples vanishing, replaced by stretches of tables and chairs anchored to a food-dispensing back counter. Such eateries usually serve rudimentary, rib-sticking fare, but they’re a starting point, providing the seeds for innovation and opportunity to expand. New York may not be able to match L.A.’s produce or tortilla culture (or the breadth of its Mexican diaspora), but it has potential to grow and improve.

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Nuevamente la Feria del queso en Tonantzintla se hace presente, con el objetivo de dar a conocer los productos que en este lugar se elaboran y que por muchos años han ayudado a familias enteras a salir adelante.

Una feria donde habrá una muestra gastronómica de quesos, yogurth de sabores, pay de queso, crema, además de otros alimentos tales como cecina, cemitas y su tradicional chocolate con agua.

Dentro de esta feria, los visitantes podrán disfrutar de:
+ Expo ganadería
+ Juegos
+ Eventos culturales


ceviche, korean bbq & chicken. i’m almost always underwhelmed with the tacos in this city, mostly because of the horrible flour tortillas that everyone uses. i’ll just stick to the tortas & cemitas.