Sunday, August 26, 2007

A typical New York thin slice...

Like the bagel, the thin slice is another staple for New Yorkers (this slice was from a pizzeria just round the corner of my apartment). It's popular for a quick meal on the go which is great for New Yorkers because they're always pretty much on the go. Most pizza parlors here sell pizza by the slice but don't be deceived; a slice is pretty damn huge. I placed my watch by that slice above just for comparison... see how it's exceeding the borders of the paper plate? I had to nibble the protruding ends so that I could reheat it in my microwave without letting the grease go all over. There's a certain method to eating the slice as well. Fold it in half and four bites later you should be done. There you go, a quick lunch which can be consumed in less than 5 minutes. A typical meal ideal for the typical New Yorker.

D

6 comments:

The Yummie dummieS said...

Heya D, I'm afraid Im'a gonna need your help again. Can u ask ur fren if he minds me emailing him some qs re the course? Gotta some qs on the topics which I need to clarify. Thanks dude

D said...

yd: email me instead, i'll ask her the questions and get back to you.

The Yummie dummieS said...

Thanks man, but I dun hv ur mail. U wanna pass it to me at virusam85@gmail.com?

Anonymous said...

You need to go up the coast a little bit to New Haven, CT to have the best thin crust pizza. Go to a place called Sally's Apizza on Wooster Street and a place called Modern Apizza on State Street (don't bother with a place called Pepe's Apizza no matter what someone else will tell you). While you are in the city you should also check out Louis' Lunch where the hamburger was invented. I think it is on Crown Street. Also check out the Yankee Doodle Coffee Shop and eat the hotdog wrapped in bacon and the fried doughnut. Trust me.

daphne said...

hehe.. i dont know that is the way to eat a slice of pizza! ;p too quick for my liking though.. LOL

D said...

YD: Have emailed my friend, will get back to you shortly.

anon: Ooh.. I have to find some time to get up to Connecticut but thanks for the tips. I'll definitely check it out if I get the chance.

daphne: everything is fast here.. you should see the pace at which people walk.