Jude and Ruby came home from their outing (while I sat here and got work done) with a lunch stashed in the basket beneath Ruby's stroller. They spent the morning at the Brooklyn Flea (the indoor location at the old bank on Hanson Place--so gorgeous!) and brought me back two hot dogs from Asia Dog. One was a beef dog called the "Ito," with Japanese curry and homemade kimchi apples. The other was the "Sidney," with mango relish, cucumber, red onion, cilantro, crushed peanuts, and fish sauce. For himself, Jude got one with Asian sesame slaw.
From the fish taco vendor, Jude picked us up a bottle of Coke imported from Mexico (where it's still made with cane sugar, not HFCS) to split. I don't drink soda anymore (as I try not to have anything with HFCS--although, I'm not going to lie, I snack on a lot of random candy at the office when it's around!), but we always buy a Mexican Coke when we see it!
Sunday, March 28, 2010
Asia Dog from the Brooklyn Flea
Posted by Milk Mama at Sunday, March 28, 2010
Labels: Brooklyn, lunch, NYC, out and about, take out
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