Uniting foodies for events, tips, and treats in the most culinarily diverse neighborhood on the planet.
Location: Astoria, NY
Latest Activity: May 8
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Looking for affordable and organic produce in your neighborhood? Then join us!
If you’re still waiting to register for the LICCSA 2013 season, then don’t wait, do it now! We still have shares available but they are going fast! Registration will remain open until we sell out.
Purchase your CSA shares using either of the following 2 convenient online forms:
1. If you would like to purchase your share in full using a credit card go here. Please note that if you choose to pay with a credit card, the share prices reflect additional credit card fees.
2. If you prefer to pay by check or money order or are purchasing a share with your Food Stamp/SNAP benefits, go here.
We like to offer our members as many options as we can, so if you prefer downloading, completing and then mailing in your membership agreement, please go ahead: Membership Agreement Form 2013
3. Once you sign-up for produce..don't forget about extra shares! Find the application..here.
Hello! Come over to 44-09 30th Avenue and try my cooking!! I have fresh juices, smoothies, Brunch, Turkey Chili, Stir Fry and more! I cook for people individually depending on -how hungry you are? Everything is made in house using the best ingredients. French press coffee + great music.
Come by!!! I'd love to meet you :)
Hello. I just moved here and don't have a new food blog yet, but when I was in DC before I was writing this blog. I mostly reviewed food trucks and sometimes wrote from the perspective of Homer Simpson (particularly in the beginning). http://www.mrhomergoestowashington.com
We would love to invite everyone to this event tomorrow : http://www.facebook.com/events/284963734945453/ There will be Olive Oil tasting at the event as well!
here is my Astoria food blog: http://astoriaqueenseats.blogspot.com/
Hey, foodies: Be sure to check out our upcoming free workshop on urban chickening http://www.whyleaveastoria.com/events/urban-chickening-learn-how-to....
After two visits to the restaurant itself and one delivery via seamless web, it's official. I'm in love with Butcher Bar. Not only a local butcher providing sustainable cuts to make at home, but easily the best spot for BBQ in Queens. Finally, I don't have to drive to Williamsburg to get decent BBQ!
The burnt ends are delicious and tender with that perfect, crispy flavorful char that will make you want to order another half pound at least! The dry rub ribs also deserve a mention. They get a great flavor from their dry rub and the meat falls right off the bone. I have yet to try their bacon and brisket burger, but you can be sure I'm planning on it. They also offer a nice selection of sides, a rarity in most real deal 'cue joints. The string beans with bacon and the sweet potato wedges are both good options.
The staff at Butcher Bar is very friendly and welcoming. Their service is speedy and attentive. Last night, I ordered my dinner from them via seamless web and I swear it got to me in under 30 minutes. It was just as delicious as it was in house.
this event does, sadly, involve leaving astoria, but i think it may be worth the trek:
A WNYC Greene Space event with master chefs - and there are two more coming up in October! Check it out!
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