Tag Archives: Delicious

Thank you Uruguay. It was like a food Angel coming down from the heavens and licked the inside of my mouth.

It was also a huge piece of steak. I couldn’t even finish half of it.

Speaking of food, Dalina told me right at the start of our two week adventure in Argentina that Buenos Aires has a high percentage of people with Anorexic and Bullemic  problems. I believe it completely. They are so skinny yet all there is to eat here is carbs galore. Bread, Pizza, Empanadas and Pastas; food with such high calories that no wonder they smoke and throw up all the time.

This also tells you that on this trip. I have NOT lost any weight.

Mucho cardio when I get back home for sure.


Seriously, this stone oven heated empanada was so good that I contemplated turning around and applauding the cook. When I took a bite out of it, I didn’t know if I should have cried to let the other people in line know how good it was.

Here in Peru, they call Corn, Choclo. At first I thought they were saying Choco, which made for some nice confusion on my part. I would seriously go around and think “WHY would I want chocolate with cheese?”. I am a dumbass.

The Boleto Turistico everyone must buy to see the ruins.

Its cold in Cusco at night. This is how Cynthia would heat up her jacket in the morning. By putting it on top of the heater.

Its like Corn Nuts, only the corn is the size of my fist.

Every morning.

After I took this picture, 467 people came out of nowhere and asked Cynthia if she wanted to buy a painting. Damn you Plaza De Armas!

I have had a lot of friends from New York and blog buddies that live there recommend and write about this restaurant in the TriBeCa area called Ninja New York. Seems like a lot of people have been talking it up, so I decided that one of the things I wanted to do when I was in Manhattan was go try it out. The only reservation we could get was at 10:45 pm, THAT’S how popular it is. Regardless of the late reservation, we were all excited.

After the elevator ride where Evy was kicked in the face you go through a dark hallway where Ninjas pop up and try to scare you.(Evan kinda had a heart attack). We were promptly seated and thus began our adventure.

I think everyone should know that these cost 20 dollars…..EACH. Other than this ridiculously overpriced Sake that made us cry, the rest of the dinner may be a tad overpriced, but it is soooo delicious.

The way the food is brought out and laid out to you is really different, fun and awesome. Probably some of the best I have ever seen. This first place came with a SAMURAI SWORD. You are supposed to pull it out of the bowl, having the salad drop into a thing of dry ice. They instruct you to give a loud ninja yell while you pull the sword as well and I did. I think about 40 percent of our meal was lit on fire at the table.

During the meal, the waiters (who are dressed as Ninjas), pop up from time to time and pretend to kill you. Not kidding.

See that little window behind Mama Kory? Well a ninja saw fit to give her a nice little discount (she won some prize) through that window. Using a sword.

Evy scared of her dessert.

Delicious in my belly. More food porn below.


My dessert consisted of them lighting a match and setting me on fire. I am kidding, but not really.

My new business cards came in the other day and they are awesome. I enjoy the small size and the bright pictures, especially since they seem to stand out whenever I present them to someone.

When I was younger, my mom used to make Weenies and Biscuits all the time. This combined with macaroni and cheese was pretty much one of my favorite meals ever. It was fast, easy, cheap and delicious. I made them the other night and was transported back to my childhood in our small apartment right after Cynthia was born.