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Nice, but you do know that its a reprint from an article that's now a year old right?

 

Well, now I do - but I hardly ever read the small print. I'm really good at being on time, though.

 

 

Not exactly timely, but the current (?) issue of Edible Manhattan/Brooklyn has an article entitled:

 

A Caribbean Food Tour of Crown Heights

 

Crown Heights has long been a mecca for West Indian food, a treasure trove of interrelated cuisines that combine South Asian spices with New World ingredients in unexpected ways. At the unexceptional-looking takeout joints along Nostrand Avenue, the neighborhood’s largely unchanged commercial hub, you’ll find everything from long-stewed oxtail and goat to buttery fruit-studded pastries to some of the best vegan food anywhere. The spots highlighted here are a very small sampling meant to encourage the new residents of Crown Heights (and everyone, really!) to look outside Mayfield, Barboncino and Chavela’s for dinner. It’s one of the great casual-eating neighborhoods in the entire city, a trip to the islands without leaving home.

 

 

 

Different neighborhood. NOT around the Kings Theater.

 

 

Yeah, but I'm from Forest Hills (the unfancy part) originally, so cut me some slack.

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That wasn't meant as any kind of snip at you; only to alert readers who aren't familiar with Brooklyn that the article doesn't address the area around the Kings Theater (now that this is all in a "Kings Theather" thread).

 

Sorry. I didn't mean it to come across that way.

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No, don't worry, it didn't. Just having some Friday fun before I head off to jury duty.

 

(What judge calls jurors back at 2 PM on a Friday?)

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I don't understand what happened in that video.

I wonder if having Georgia walk through a series of disasters in total oblivion has anything to do with the fact that her father created Mr. Magoo?

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there's a jamacian chinese short rib recipe in the chinatown issue of lucky peach that reads really well.

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