Does Color Make The Man?

Thought these were some mighty bold and colorful Men’s shoes. 


I personally like color and making a little bit of a a statement.


In a sense, color makes the man happy, exciting, alive, and uplifting. 


With these shoes, I suppose if your going dancing or a splendid night out on the town these may work.


So there is a time and place for everything. 


Day-to-day, these shoes are a little out there, and more than a little scary, and too much for my sense of tasteful design.  😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

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Honey Chicken Delicious

Just wanted to share this amazing honey chicken. 


Yes, I know you can’t eat it, but you can imagine what it tastes like.


Had this at L’Chaim Asian Cuisine and Steak House in Hollywood, Florida. 


Absolutely to die for!


That was a lot of honey over the dark crispy chicken. 


It’s been a few months and I still haven’t been able to get it out of my mind. 


That is quite a recommendation I would say. 


See you there! 😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Feeling So Naughty

Bacon Popcorn Kosher

Ok, so Dossy brought home a new snack.


It’s from Trader Joe’s and it’s called Baconesque.


It’s popcorn with white cheddar and bacon-like seasoning…it’s Kosher (OU, Dairy)!


The sidebar from the man and lady dancing on the packaging says, “I can’t believe it’s not bacon!” and I’m thinking I can’t believe it’s just like bacon!


So I tear open the package, and dug in for my first taste of bacon-like popcorn (note: except for imitation bacon bites which my sister used to put on salads, I’ve never tasted bacon or anything like it). 


One handful, two handful…almost puking now. 


Yeah, it tastes like I thought it would, but maybe Jews know a little something too…I like a good piece of beef better, much much better.  😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Want To Ride The Falafel Bus?

Falafel Bus
Falafel is a funny sounding food, but actually tastes pretty good. 



The best that I’ve ever had was in Tel Aviv with spicy falafel balls, hot french fries, and loads of creamy Tehina stuffed in the pita.



Only thing better is with juicy grilled schwarma, right off the rotating fire spit, and hot sauce, and for that try Max’s in Silver Spring. 



One of my friends used to joke about the guy with an accent selling falafel, but who used to ring out (what sounded like), “Pizza and Palapel!” 



In terms of getting it from a curbside bus–only if it is hot and kosher. 😉



(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)