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Saturday, June 07, 2008

saturday

No long lost stories, just some shopping on a really hot and muggy day.



This guy clemmens other wise known as Mark Twain once said......."...sorry i wrote you a long letter - i didnt have TIME for a short one.."

18 comments:

deb said...

love the tunes. do you eat out often in the city? what would be your favorite restaurant and would you could you video there???

you're a natural. you should do the next food network "star" challenge. I almost sent in a video the last round. Just chickened out. lame..I know.

This was fun. So your next trip out to Gilroy you need to let us girls here in Sac know. We'll do a foodie "Potluck" and or do a $40 a day gig and show you some of the best "dives" here in our city. If ever you are here go to "The Distillery" on 21st & L. Tk & I discovered the most amazing french dips there 20 or so years ago. It's a must have. ok this was winded got to go. Happy Sunday

the only things I ever done with radishes is tossed them in salads and make salsa. What do you do with them?

Stay cool ;)

Mel said...

I have always wanted to visit that farmers market in NYC and now thanks to you I kinda have! Thanks :)

deb said...
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Beth said...

I think you should be the next Food Network Star too!!!! You would be so good at that!!!!

I wish we had a farmer's market around here...just for all that fresh produce....I wanna come to NYC so bad...you don't even know.

I'm trying to talk Cream of Wheat into it!

Urban Vegan said...

Was that Greenmarket? I always rue the fact that I can never bring anything home when I walk through (It would spoil by the time we got home to Philly.) It's a real gem--yet another advantage of NYC living.

It sure is sultry up and down the East Coast, isn't it? I'm surprised all the veggies didn't wilt.

doggybloggy said...

debby: we dont eat out that often but we do buy 'exotic and unusual' ingredients as special treats fairly often. radish all chopped up mixed with some herbs and lemon zest and butter spread on crusty bread....oo la la

mel: glad to be of service

who deleted a comment?

beth: I would so love to do that show...what? no farmers market....that makes no sense...

Kitt said...

Fun video! You prompted me to get off my duff and down to the local farmers market before it got too crowded. First one of the season, finally!

deb said...

I'm the deleter. i had a question but then googled it and found the answer. you are more fun to ask but hey..i needed a quick answer and then i thought why would he know this anyway just because he lives in NYC and i don't even know if you know anything about Jewish "anything". so there's my story. i commented without thinking. my father always told me to think before I speak. oops
my latest blog entry explains.


ok and yum on the radish toast. i'm doing that. so maybe some parsely,thyme & oregano for the herbs.mmmmm

doggybloggy said...

UV: they did get 'hot' and I had to refresh them in some ice water... bring an ice chest..they should hold up

kitt: good for you...get out there and get the freshness

deb: I thought it was you....

deb said...

why me?? am i obvious? or do you just feel me man? anyway.. check out this recipe for radishes. I've got to try this one too. Cool blog as well.
http://kalynskitchen.blogspot.com/2007/06/roasted-radishes-recipe-with-soy-sauce.html

Lara Croft said...

LOL love the music.

Gina said...

Here I am on Long Island and the other day I watched something on cable with Anthony Bourdain...the Kitchen Confidential....cable/travel/chef...and I said to myself damn....that guy reminds me of Doggy.....then I checked out your video tonight and thought that's it.....you;re like him.....salt and pepper hair....walking down the street talking about food....how cool....you do have the voice and (at least from the neck up) the looks for it (not that from the neck down doesn't look good I'm just not sure I've seen it on your blog...lol)....anyways...just like some other folks have said...I'm thinking Food Network....too.

Had no idea nyc was frying...how funny...out in Orient and now Montauk....its been pleasant and in the 70's....today was the first hot day and this evening we had a gale that blew threw....and its back to sweatshirt weather...at least this evening....

well grabbing my maker's mark sending you a toast....

gk

Gina said...

okay ....i meant to type

"blew through"

its all this sun and sand .....and ocean....and healthy breezes.....it's affecting my syntax......

gk

buffalodickdy said...

We have two farmers markets in the area now! I plan to visit the new township one soon...

Claudia said...

Want. To. Come. Visit.

Will you show me how to make some of your dishes if we come see you...and take us shopping...please!

Roger said...

I live in a ginormous farm market here in Idaho. That was cool seeing the one out there in New York hope the heat isn't getting ya down.

Anette said...

Looks like a nice place for food hunting! By the way, I was wondering.. did you feel ok walking around between all these people talking to your camera? You looked quite relaxed!

doggybloggy said...

lara: I love finding the music to put on these.....

gina: sweltering here in the city...all the big buildings exhaling hot air...

buff: this farmers market is year-round ...winter is all potatoes and apples...

claudia: that would be fun

roger: how nice....I want to live in a farmers market

anette: as soon as I start everyone stares at me...the hardest part is ignoring everyone around me...

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