Sunday, November 14, 2010

Crack Pie and Compost Cookies!

We started the day with a walk on the Brooklyn Bridge. All of a sudden I looked up and saw that Bob was the only person in sight. Incredible! Later on the bridge a man passed us and then started yelling - apparently at us. At first we were mystified until we realized he was shouting "Go, Riders!"

We took the subway and then walked for awhile and found the Momofuku that was open so that we could buy our $5.50 piece of crack pie. For those of you who tried mine, let me say that it tasted exactly like Momofuku's ... not my favorite. For those of you who didn't get to try mine or Momofuku's, think thick butter tart filling in an oatmeal crust ... butter, cream, sugar (healthy! healthy! healthy!)

I also bought some of their famous compost cookies to bring home. Tea ladies, are you up for some next Sunday?

Vanessa, you brat, I knew you had been to NYC, but I didn't know you defaced this building.

Bob eats his share of our crack pie.

Tea ladies, if you don't want to meet at my house next Sunday for tea and compost cookies, perhaps we could meet here.

After Momofuku's we went on a tour at the Tenement Museum. Thanks, Glenda, for recommending it; it was well worth the trip over to the Lower East Side.

We went to a matinee of "In the Heights" and there is a photo of the set below. It was the most disappointing Broadway show we've been to. Perhaps it's that Jordan Sparks can't act.

Tonight we're going to see "Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson." Below is one of the signs hanging outside its theater.

Tomorrow we head home but not before we get to the 86th floor of the Empire State Building.

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