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Sunday, November 9, 2014

2 DUCK GOOSE 400 4th ave Park Slope...a Lawyer,a Roumanian, and a Hong Kong Chef create a sweet and not at all sour oasis

With all due respect 11215 lacked good Chinese food...til now. This hideaway across from a U Haul
sits in an area transitioning from commercial to residential/commercial. The setting is likable stark and warm from the vibe. And 4 particular foodies ate and drank good wine and a variety of small and larger dishes. Pickled radishes mixed with beets, and sweet and lush and thick and sour pork ...snap peas that snapped . Smoked tofu pleased the fussetarian. Noodles and pork had achieved evidence based chew
perfection. Verdejo and bottled beer met the beverage requirements.
             We started late (after Melissa McCarthy and Bill Murray in ST Vincent  *****) but one in the crew decided to take a departing customer up on the ice cream tip...the result was generous and delightful...see below.  Next time I will trade up from the duck rice to the full monty Peking Duck.


2 Duck Goose on Urbanspoon

Snap Peas and Greens

Wings so good they reminded me of the first time I ate buffalo wings....These were crisp and addictive



Radish fans run

Duck rice

Front smoked tofu and back noodles

You haul yourself to 2DUCKS

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Winfields 106N high st Millville NJ ...where to eat near Dividing Creek

They bombed Bailey Town in 1943 so despite the fact that we were headed to the Baileys of Bailey town reunion we couldn't eat there or Dividing Creek where many of Jeanne's ancestors grew up. But we did find Winfield's near our motel and were delighted. The food and wine were top notch . A good red sauce and tasty pork in particular.

                               Bailey town became a practice artillery  and air bombing range for WW11...the museum on aviation nearby was worth a visit. Discovering Ariana Pashleys head stone was a thrill...first woman lighthouse keeper on The Delaware. Stories of one Scot,a Bailey, who operated his oyster boat solo added color to the family tree. Cousin Bob and other cousins told tales in the old community center with memorabilia dating back to the 1700s. This is more a family album entry than a food item ...but food and family go together like what the song described as" love and marriage" ...which in turn " go together like a horse and carriage"..."cant have one without the other"

Winfield's Restaurant on Urbanspoon

pork on barley and peas

What is singular for ravioli
Baileytown Mail boxes
Cousin Bob Bailey speaking in Dividing Creek

Its a wonderful life!
Jeanne discussing the Baileys and Pashleys