Delicious Purim Seudah

Purim Seudah last evening. 

Because I don’t eat gluten, my son-in-law made me eggs as the bun for the burgers!

Healthy, good-looking, and delicious eating. 

Also, had some tasty spicy mayo to top it off. 

Thank you for the beautiful, festive holiday meal.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

A ‘Riblicious’ Meal at Izzy’s

Please see my new Restaurant Review in The Times of Israel called “A ‘Riblicious’ Meal at Izzy’s.”

Izzy’s Brooklyn Smokehouse Kosher BBQ now has a location in Miami, Florida. My wife, Dossy, loves ribs, so she “made sure” that we got to try this restaurant while on vacation here in Florida. Of course, she ordered her favorite BBQ Back Ribs as their menu says: “finished over our woodshow grill and covered in our BBQ sauce.”

We ordered the ribs for my wife and she was in seventh heaven just waiting for them to come. There was no bread or appetizer put on the table and when the ribs came they were just that, ribs covered in thick brown BBQ sauce with a sprinkling of pickles and purple cabbage on the side and a cup of ketchup. There was no doubt that this meal was all about the ribs and that virtually nothing else mattered. Looking at my wife’s happy face, I can almost forgive them for the various service snafus.

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Ever Sit On A Cow

Ben and Jerry’s has great ice cream and an earthy, peaceful decor. 

This cow comes with child’s seat is a good use of the store’s “real estate.”

Both country fresh milk from the farm cow and a kid-friendly environment too.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Meatballs Piled High

Lots of little meatballs piled high. 

Probably goes well with some nice long spaghetti and saucy sauce. 

Mix it up and serve it steamy hot.

Around the table, everyone dig in. 

Oops, don’t spill the sauce on your shirt.

Keep some Tums around for any after effects. 

It’s hearty meatball and spaghetti night. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Amazing Honey Chicken

Check out this amazing honey chicken from China Bistro (Kosher) in Hollywood, Florida. 

Crispy noodles underneath the delicious, sweet, succulent, and crispy chicken. 

This was, as they say, “to die for” – so, so delicious. 

As my father used to say, “It tastes like more!”  🙂

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Turn On The Donut Light

Like these donut-shaped lights @Dunkin’ Donuts. 

You can’t eat them, but they reminds you why you’re there.

Donuts and coffee—make mine a signature latte, iced with some mocha and whipped cream—always yum.

Always, Dunkin’ delicious!  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)