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Yeah, We Can Bake

Posted in NYC Dining, Society on March 19th, 2016

People think of a lot of things when you mention Brooklyn. Baking, however, isn’t one of them. Sadly, we’re just not known for our bakeries.

Yeah, We Can Bake In Brooklyn

That’s a little sad and more than a stupid because here in Brooklyn, especially right here in Bed-Stuy, we can damn well bake some cake. 😛

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Valentine’s Day For Men

Posted in Food & Drink, Humor, Society on February 11th, 2016

valentine's meat
It’s Like Chocolate & Flowers For Men

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Cold Morning, Hot Coffee

Posted in Coffee & Tea on January 24th, 2016

Here in NYC we got a couple of feet of snow over the last day or so but the city seems to have weathered it well. I’ve got to admit though that looking out at all the snow shoveling that has be done now makes me turn straight to a hot mug or three of coffee first.

coffee morning babe
Cold Morning, Hot Coffee

Oh, and yes; the hottest and most invigorating cup of coffee on a cold Winter morning like today isn’t necessarily the one you’re drinking. A hot blonde babe like this could perk me – and my wives – right up in the morning, coffee or not. 😛

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