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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Last Night's Dinner - Forget about the salad, just eat my meat! (thanks Cram)

Chris Cram's house (Suffolk between Rivington and Delancey, LES, NYC) with the aforementioned host, Michelle, Luciano, Sean Murphy and Chris Barnett.

We decided to order in from Soy (Suffolk between Rivington and Delancey, LES, NYC) and have a nice family dinner with some lovely 2 Live Crew playing in the background (you ain't nothing but a hoochie mama!). Soy was pretty yummy and I would definitely order from there again. In fact, I sort of want to again today. According to their take-out menu, they specialize in Japanese home cooking. Here's what I ate:

1 potato and beef croquette - Very nice; not at all greasy.
1 order of Everything Burger - Pan fried patties of beef, pork, chicken and tofu, served with side vegetables. Three little burgers - cute AND delicious.

Nothing brings a family together like a little misogyny and some Japanese home cooking!

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Cram said...

Soy is great. And very wholesome stuff. You should have mentioned that it was Sean who pushed us all to eat dinner like a family at the table, instead of on our laps, hanging around in the living room. People should do that more often.
pa-eace.

May 22, 2006 11:21 AM  
Blogger youthlarge said...

yum, i like soy a lot. granted i only ate there once, but my beef curry was very tasty. also it was a miserable cold and wet day and soy was like a haven.

May 22, 2006 12:11 PM  

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