Thursday, February 10, 2011

#325: Mastering the Art of Number-Munching

Upper West Side, NYC

Like sushi or caviar, it's an acquired taste, but I hear the 3's on the Upper West Side are particularly delicious. For those with adventurous palettes, nothing beats the first crunch of a fresh serif from a well-prepared Manhattan address number, particularly when paired with medallions of plaster and marinated in a fine rust reduction sauce. Bear in mind that these delectable prime numbers are best consumed during months containing an "R," so there's never been a finer time to indulge than right now. Bon app├ętit!

2 comments:

fudryter said...

Therese! It's your long lost sister from California!! You know, the one who has that random bar in the middle of nowhere near her house?? Those numbers look delicious! xoxox

Therese Cox said...

Better than all the fries and Blue Moonmosas in Atascadero, my dear! Glad my, ahem, food writing has brought you out of the woodwork. Perhaps I ought to tackle whisky next...