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Broadway Burger Bar at Tropicana Atlantic City (Atlantic City, NJ)

Exterior Guacamole and pico de gallo served with tortilla chips Root beer float with vanilla ice cream If you have a craving for something a little more than your average burger in Atlantic City, Broadway Burger Bar is your best bet. This casual eatery focuses primarily on the fresh ground burgers perfectly cooked to order and topped in many ways possible. There is a small section of salads, appetizers and sandwiches. We had a bevy of the aforementioned (seen at the top of this post) and enjoyed them all. The burgers were juicy, cooked to beautifully medium-rare, seasoned well and..

Photographing for Pat LaFrieda

Pat LaFrieda: The White Label Burgers I had the recent pleasure of working with Pat LaFrieda Jr. and his wonderful team for photographing their special White Label burgers. You might be inquiring what would make them so special? My answer would be it’s usually made only for super chef Michael White for his restaurant Ai Fiori – and the restaurant only serve this for lunch. This label is a mix of chuck, brisket, short rib, and aged rib-eye. When the burger is cooked to a medium rare, it’s rich, luscious, hefty (it’s a half pound of meat for each patty)..

Super Bowl 2012 Party At Home

The starter spread, Cheese platter with Emmi Roth Cheeses & Vegetable crudité Yesterday was a great Super Bowl game as the New York Giants won! Woot! Beyond the sports fanfare, the Super Bowl is a food holiday, if you’re willing to admit it or not. Since I invited a group of 8 friends watching the game and cheering on, I might as well cook a whole bunch of food and thankfully, a few came in early to chip in some help. Pat LaFrieda Original Blend and Shortrib Blend burgers & Platter of Beef Brisket and Lamb Burgers We ended up..

Stuffed Cheeseburgers at Stumble Inn

The past Friday, I’ve finally eaten out with Mary and her friend and fellow co-worker, Mei. How Mary and I know each other was actually through Robyn. Small world, no? We’ve been discussing for nearly several weeks about getting together for lunch and despite the fact that it’s recruitment season (Mary being snowed in with a TON of work by her bosses), she promulgated that Friday would be our lunch date, whether her bosses like it or not. Hey, I don’t mind. I don’t have anything urgent to take care of on my end. After exchanging several emails with Mary..