Blondie's post two weeks ago!). All of the VIP and General Admissions tickets are gone, gone, gone. For those that did manage to snag tickets, looks like it's going to be a fun night aboard the Intrepid at Pier 86...
Last week the Voice announced 2 additional participating food trucks, making 9 food trucks in total so far: Desi Food Truck, Mike N' Willie's, Big D's Grub, Coolhaus, Gorilla Cheese NYC, Nuchas, Phil's Steaks, Souvlaki GR, and Valducci's Original Pizza. This year they plan on having 25 of the city's favorite trucks. What can we say? The Voice has great taste...Big D's and Coolhaus are two of the vendors featured in our book, New York à la Cart: Recipes and Stories from the Big Apple's Best Food Trucks .
All this Choice Streets talk is reminding me of what a great time I had at Choice Eats on 3/19 and that there were still a few awesome dishes that I've been meaning to share with you. Here's the rest of my best bites...
Anella was INCREDIBLE. I know it's cliche to describe things as "melt in your mouth" but seriously, I'm not sure what other words to use to describe the creamy, almost buttery perfection that was this little piece of cheese (with a spot of tomato jam and basil salt).
Dirt Candy. After one bite of this smokey, cheesey goodness I was ready to get back in line to wait all over again for another.
Mrs. Dorsey's Kitchen Grilled Cheese at the Columbus Circle market, but didn't have a chance to taste their wares until the Vendys. Their goat cheese with strawberry and mint preserves was an interesting take on the traditional grilled cheese. I can't wait until they open a shop in Prospect Heights.
S'more Bakery wowed with their made to order homemade s'mores--who doesn't love seeing a pastry torch in action?
La Newyorkina was light and fresh and reminded me just why I'm so looking forward to spring (and summer!)
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