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August 27, 2008


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This looks totally delicious and a little different from what you usually have!


Greg! That looks so good. I have got to get to NYC this fall so that you can take me on a dining adventure. I'll even bring the Viennese Coffee Cookies.

Curly Sue

We still need to get you pork buns!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Lorraine! It was really, really tasty. I had blast.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Alicia. It's a date!


Yay food! Next on the agenda: ramen and spicy tuna bowls!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Mmmm...pork buns. Thanks, "Curly Sue." I can't wait for ramen. And then there's spicy tuna! The food was so good and cost so little. We've definitely got to do it again.

PS You'd think that after living in NYC for 10 years, and with all the walking I do, I'd know street names by now. But nope...I'm still a "landmark driver" and will probably always refer to things as "Near K Mart, across from the store that used sell all the NYFD stuff" or "the street where we saw Janeane Garafalo walking her dogs." Ahhh! I'm a cabbie's worst nightmare.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hey, In-Young. I'm so there!

And thanks again for contributing those pics to this post. I'm still thinking of including the one where I look drunk.


The noodles look OH, so good!!Chinese food in this neck of the woods does NOT look like that! The "Bubble Tea" is really intriguing. I never saw it in China or Hong Kong, but would love to give it a try. I think it's time for a visit to the Big Apple for some gastronomical adventures!


A visit to NYC sounds like a great idea Mumma. Maybe then we could finally get to meet you while sharing in some of the gastronomic delights that the guys have discovered!!

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