If you live in New York, you have no doubt become familiar with the New York Food Blog. This is a blog written by a freelance writer living in New York City. The author of this blog is Nicole Mollica. She gives her visitors helpful information on everything from local restaurants to the latest trends and restaurants in New York. If you want to find out about all the hot spots in New York City right now, you can find out more information about it at the blog.
The most recent post shared on the New York food blog was about a popular bagel store located in Soho, New York. Located at the corner of Colombo Street, the bagel store has two locations. There is also an Instagram page for the shop so that you can see what all the hype is about. According to the Instagram post shared by Nicole Mollica, the New York bagel store’s Instagram page has gotten almost ten thousand likes since it was created just over a year ago. If this is true, it is a pretty good number considering how popular a place such as this is with the foodies in New York City.
Another popular post shared on the New York food blog was about a very unique and tasty Pork Rinds recipe being served at a popular New York City restaurant. One of the stand out features of this recipe was the fact that it had six grams of fat and two grams of cholesterol. That should make the pork rind recipe at least worth trying, but is it really worth eating so much? The writer of the article claimed that she normally eats six servings of fruits and vegetables a day, so her consumption of this pork rind could be considered excessive. However, this blogger did say that she will eat pork rinds if given the opportunity.
A New York Food Blog post shared the results of research done on the popular German beer known as Pilsner Urquell. This beer was noted for its pilsner taste and because it has so many health benefits, including high antioxidant concentration, it is now being included in more American alcoholic beverages. However, one New York Food Blog post stated that the beer may have too much alcohol for pregnant women to drink. Apparently, there is a bit of controversy associated with this. Some doctors claim that alcohol is not always bad for the body and that there are plenty of exceptions to the rule. Pregnant women must be careful about drinking any beverage that contains alcohol, especially when they are trying to conceive a child.
A New York Food Blog post shared a photo of what appears to be the new Instagram icon named @thereal__nick. This Instagram user has so far taken more than one hundred pictures using only his cell phone camera. He appears to be taking pictures of what appears to be pizza and a burger. One post mentioned that he was looking for somewhere in Manhattan to go eat lunch. One more picture posted suggested that he might want to go out to the East Village in the Bronx. New York Magazine indicated that the user does in fact live in the area but was only just looking for some food.
A New York Food Blog post shared another photo from the same Instagram user that shows what appears to be the sweet, salty and sour combination of a beet and ham. This enthralling combination was featured on the menu of The Modern Kitchen in Times Square. A caption read, “How did these chefs never come up with this? bacon & ham shoulder sandwich with beef and ham. The Modern Kitchen at Times Square.”
Back in February, another New York Food Blog post stated that brunch season was here. That post shared a photo from the brunch line at brunch which included bacon, egg, sunny side-up, and sweet potato pie. According to a spokesperson from the brew house, brunch is served with maple syrup, banana pudding, and maple bacon. Many local restaurants are starting to use brunch as the main entree since it’s an easy way to feed a large crowd.
A third Instagram worthy post shared by Instagram user @therealgourmet included a recipe for what appears to be a very traditional Irish breakfast. The recipe includes a fried egg, two sausages, and a cup of coffee. It’s unclear whether the coffee was straight from the Instagram or if the pastry was a product of their other products such as maple syrup and bacon. Regardless of which instagrammable item was used in the post, one thing is clear: bacon is back in style. As Instagram and Food Network grows and expand in popularity, you can expect bacon-related recipes, photos and more to become widely shared across social media outlets.