Tuesday, January 14, 2014

A late night fix.

Last Wednesday night at 10pm I was hungry.  Very hungry.  After running post-work errands all around the city, back and forth on subways, I plopped down on the couch at my friends, watched 20 minutes of The Titanic (I saw the iceberg), I realized the only thing to satisfy my stomach gnawing hunger was a TACO.

Good thing that El Diabilto Taqueria (60 East 3rd Street, NY, NY) was a few flight of stairs away from the Titanic-watching couch.  In order to maximize the laziness factor, I called and ordered one
Carne Asada taco and said I'd be down in 5 minutes.

Voila!


The taco was simple and delicious.  As always, the squeeze of lime juice made a huge difference and helped to offset the dry/smokey heat from the hot sauce.  The meat was cooked perfectly and the no-nonsense accouterments hit the spot.  My hunger was satiated and I was happy.

El Diablito, I will return to you.  They have a killer brunch menu and for NYC it is very well priced.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

You say "juice", I say "TACO"

I have been having a serious internal debate.

Many people made a resolution to be healthier in 2014.  That may include incorporating juice cleanses or veganism or a paleo diet into a daily routine.  I am a BIG fan of juices and if you know my Instagram feed you know that I have developed a profound love for Juice Press.

I feel great when I do a juice cleanse, but I sometimes question its efficacy.

So for 2014 I'm thinking why do a juice cleanse when I can do a TACO CLEANSE.

Look:

The Hows and Whys of the Taco Cleanse


This is just about the best thing I have ever seen.  When do I start?

Friday, January 3, 2014

Back in Action. 2014. Booya.

I took 2013 off.

Not because I wasn't eating tacos.  I ate a decent number of tacos and had some fun adventures along the way but I didn't blog about them because I was lazy and didn't really see the benefit.

Now it is 2014.  I have no idea if anyone spends much time reading this blog, but it's a nice resource to have to chronicle my activities and new experiences. Rather than choose a New Year's resolution, I decided 2014 would be a year to explore.  I hope I can share those explorations with you (the reader that is maybe out there).

HAPPY NEW YEAR!