Monday, November 19, 2012
Street Eats, NYC
We saw some Union Jack bags coming out of a store, and were drawn to Myers of Keswick British groceries. Along with McVities, PGTips, Marmite, HP Brown Sauce all that good stuff, they also make their own Cumberland sausage (the best West of Allonby, according to their website), bangers, and meat pies of many varieties. We got a Cumberland sausage roll and it was indeed magnificent. We also got a pork pie with stilton, but decided to save it for later. Unfortunately our friend's dog managed to scarf it up before we did, but she seemed to enjoy it!
Then under the High Line, we wandered among the food stalls, and couldn't resist getting a Throwdown from Wafel and Dinges. This is the waffle they beat Bobby Flay with -- topped with speculoos, whipped cream, and powdered sugar.
Myers of Keswick
634 Hudson Street New York, NY 10014
Wafels and Dinges
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Saturday, November 17, 2012
Redneckhunter brought home a big bag of pig trotters from Double Brook Farm, so we spent a lazy Saturday cooking them one weekend. This involved first boiling them -- along with onions, herbs, garlic -- for about 4 hours. This yielded a delicious pork broth, which we saved of course! Then smoking with hickory for another 2 1/2 hours. They were already falling off the bone after the boiling, but the smoking really made all the cartilage nice and gooey and gelatinous.
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