Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Weekly Bites of BORO

The Brunch Burger at Queens Comfort

If you have enjoyed Amuse*Bouche, then I hope you will take a moment to sign up for newsletter at BORO Magazine.  I absolutely intend on continuing my own site, seeking new ways for it to grow.  But since the beginning of this year, I have been blessed to be a regular contributor to BORO, an exciting and inspiring publication that highlights the very best our neighborhood has to offer in virtually every facet of living.

Recently, I have begun a regular online column entitled "BORO's Best Weekly Bites" where I share with BORO readers my favorite dishes of the week.  By signing up for the free newsletter, you will have my column automatically sent to you.

Here is a sample of the columns from the past two weeks, as originally posted on BORO Magazine Online.  I will make a genuine effort to repost more of my BORO stories here, as well.

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Morning Munch:

What could possibly spell brunch more deliciously than Ovelia’s Ham Chip-Drip, an open-faced toast combining thin-shaved ham, creamy mozzarella, sautéed ‘shrooms, poached eggs, and a blanket of citrusy hollandaise?
Ovelia, 3401 30th Avenue, Astoria, NY – www.ovelia-ny.com

Noonday Nosh:

Can’t decided between a sandwich or pasta with a side salad? Thanks to the outrageously fun Spaghetti Sandwich at M. Wells, you no longer have to! Spaghetti with meat sauce baked as a patty, topped with mozzarella, marinara, & Caesar salad on a toasted bun.
M. Wells Diner, 21-17 49th Avenue, Long Island City – www.mwellsdiner.com

Suppertime Savoring:

Giuseppe Viterale recently offered a preview of the gourmet pizzas soon to be offered at Ornella Trattoria, and the Pig-in-a-Blanket will knock your socks off! A buttery crust split open and stuffed with prosciutto, arugula, house-aged cream cheese, and a drizzle of truffle oil.

Indulgent Inclination:

You won’t find it on the menu, but do not leave Il Bambino without trying the vanilla bean-speckled panna cotta with strawberry sauce and homemade chocolate-dipped corn flake clusters, like a sophisticated and delicious twist on cereal for dessert.

1 comment:

Real said...

Congratulations on the new venture with BORO!

PS: Since when is there an egg on the Queens Comfort Brunch Burger? Is that new?

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