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Mrs. Dorsey’s Kitchen

(Written by Gabby Coles, The Hungry New Yorker contributor.) Next time you visit the Brooklyn Museum, The Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, or even Prospect Park, make Mrs. Dorsey's Kitchen (a.k.a MDK) your meal destination. Originally from Ohio, shop owner and chef Ron Johnson Jr. has been making homemade grilled cheese sandwiches since October of 2014. The small restaurant is named after his grandmother, whose good memories of eating at her house inspired him to open the restaurant. His dream to bring…

Road Trip Series: Atlanta & Marietta, Georgia.

  On our way out of Charleston in the middle of nowhere I woke up from a food-coma induced car nap having to really, and I mean really, pee. Long story short, I took my first outdoor wee somewhere between South Carolina and Georgia. Early that night we pulled into a Radisson in Marietta, Georgia and I was convinced I was going to throw up from that long car ride. So just let me set the scene; it's dusk, I'm pacing back and…

Miami Beach: Paradise Within Reach.

Everyone of my nails is chipped and my nail polish has long since worn off. I am sweaty, my hair is knotty, my eyeliner is on my cheeks and I’m so thirsty I feel like my tongue is made of cotton. My feet are dirty and hurt, and my stomach is bloated from eating hot meals in the hot sun. It is my last day of vacation in Miami Beach, Florida, and you wouldn’t know that I had just been…

The beauty of crusty bread.

This is a safe place, the kind of place where you can express your love affair/obsession/addiction with the demon carb, bread. It's ok, I'll go first. Hello, my name is Kate and I'm addicted to crusty bread. These days people are scared of bread because of the demon gluten but really, when bread is made honestly and thoughtfully, it's not at all scary or horrible for you, and it's damned delicious. The best of breads you smell before it even…

The Best Pizza and Where to Find It

Opinions on pizza run deep with people. New Yorkers say it’s in the water, Chicagoans like it deep, Brazilians eat it with a knife and fork and Italian’s wrote the book on it. There is such a thing as bad pizza and everyone has their preferred level of crispiness and choice of toppings. Here is my guide to pizza and where to find the best of each kind. Regular Dollar Slice These are the slices you inhale like a vacuum…