I’ve eaten way more than I’ve photographed this summer. But here’s some stuff I happened to capture:
Dean’s Spanish chorizo and queixo tetilla pizza, in Bushwick.
One of Karl’s favorite new discoveries: nacatamal — huge Nicaraguan tamales, steamed in plantain leaves. The filling is really surprising: aside from the regular masa and chicken or pork, it includes a fresh chile, rice, mint leaves, and tomatoes. To be eaten with a tortilla and a cup of coffee on a Sunday morning.
Speaking of things that are huge, we went here a few weeks ago:
We walked across it in four days, taking a super leisurely and fun route. It was an amazing trip that could not have gone better. We did lots of cooking on rocks tree stumps, and though we ate mostly rehydrated astronaut food, everything tastes incredible when you’ve been carrying a small apartment up a cliff all day, and when you get to cook and eat in places like this: