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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

meeting and greeting


S
till not doing what I need to do yet still doing what I have to do, how do I do it? This particular question should be one of those 'meaning of life things' because its a chicken/egg conundrum from the get go.



Met with Hagen this morning- The Wandering Foodie, he's doing a big project of eating 93 meals this month and we discussed the nuances of a Moroccan breakfast, one of his many stops.



We agreed that the pita was the best in all the land.



Harisa always needs extra attention.



I cant review the place since I picked it and its one of my favorites, you'll have to see what he says.

video
Proof is me jabbering about jabbering.

26 comments:

Anette said...

Oh, those eggs! And the rest of the trimmings, I would have loved to be there with you, bringing my camera of course. Nowadays my camera feels sad and left out, since there seems to be nothing to photograph! Of course there is, but the person behind the camera is in a low creative mood, and she can't blog without photos! (bad circle)
Those eggs however, would sure have put a stop to all that sillyness!

Joanne said...

The chicken and egg conundrum - classic. It really permeates so many aspects of every day life.

Where is this Moroccan restaurant that you guys went to? Looks good.

♥peachkins♥ said...

I love that you get to go to this meet ups...and at really great restaurants too!

doggybloggy said...

anette: the were the most perfectly poached eggs I had ever seen

joanne: 101 st. marks (8th between first and A)

peach: it is nice to meet fellow bloggers

Lea Ann said...

Those eggs look so good. I don't get mine poached that perfectly. And then there's all that other stuff! Wonderful

Sippity Sup said...

Thanks for the intro to Mr. 93 meals, sounds like fun! GREG

George Gaston said...

Sometimes the meaning of life and things like this, are not to be known. The real question is ~ Do we really want to know where we are going?

I for one have lived my life by Robert Frost poem, The Road Not Taken ~ enjoying the adventure on the roads less traveled.

Sounds like a terrific quest Hagen is on and this stop looks like a winner!

Beth said...

mmmm, all that looks good Dog.....take me there next time I'm in NYC.

Beth said...

mmmm, all that looks good Dog.....take me there next time I'm in NYC.

Katherine Aucoin said...

Looks like you too had one fabulous breakfast! The Harisa...definitely over the top.

The Diva on a Diet said...

I just read about 93 Plates on Fresh Local and Best last week ... what an incredibly cool project. And really cool that you're a part of it too, doggy. Breakfast looks yummy!

Michelle Ann said...

OMG! That Moraccan breakfast looks amazing...especially the tabbouleh

buffalodick said...

Nice eggs! Sounds good right now!

A Year on the Grill said...

Just too funny... so that's what we look like when we photograph stuff

Vickie said...

That breakfast looks amazing . . . I've never had Moroccan foods, but will try it if I get a chance. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to practice poaching eggs.

theUngourmet said...

This is my kind of breakfast!

Angie's Recipes said...

That's a hearty breakfast...I guess I would not have to cook any lunch!

Padhu said...

Nice pictures,
Do drop by
http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/
when time permits

Dawn said...

oh my gosh Dog, I've eaten there. my friend lives on St. Marks. I love this food!! awesomeness indeed.

www.dhaleb.com said...

This is my favorite Moroccan spot in NYC and just a stone's throw from our place! I've never been there for breakfast and you've convinced me to pay them a visit in the morning!

pigpigscorner said...

All that for breakfast?! Lucky you!

lisa said...

I've never had a Moroccan breakfast, but now I want to.

kanishk said...

Those eggs however, would sure have put a stop to all that sillyness!

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Jamie said...

Next time I am in NY you give me the address to this place? The food looks so great and we are big Moroccan food fans! And what fun meeting other food bloggers!

Tanya Kristine said...

we love your jabbering.

TavoLini said...

huh...you know I stayed in Morocco for a month and I didn't run into hummus or tabbouleh even once.

I did like going to the neighborhood bakery--old men in a cave like oven who could remember which loaf of bread belonged to which person, even with almost 50 loaves in there.

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