A healthy homemade snack, plantain chips. You can eat them fresh off the frying pan or let it cool. Even mix it with some hot sauce or ketchup. Cut it any way you please, in circles or strips. Add a little salt for enhanced flavor. These homemade chips will not only save you money but also satisfy your snack time cravings as well.
Juicy and bursting with flavor, turkey hot dogs are ideal for any meal. You can dress up your dogs or not with whatever condiments of your choice, such as shredded mozzarella cheese, ketchup, hot sauce, mustard and so much more. Great for a late night snack, a quick bite to eat, or even have as a lunch or dinner meal.
A great twist on a favorite, Taco Tuesday! Pulled chicken versus pulled pork for those not eating pork. Also spicing it up for the foodie fans that love everything hot to the touch. Chicken tacos are an excellent addition to Taco Tuesday! Look out for more creative approaches in the kitchen.
A creative twist to a classic treat, orange flavored jello with chocolate syrup. The perfect blend of tangy with sweetness. I’ve had jello in the past with whip cream and even carnation milk (evaporated milk), but this mix was definitely worth a spoonful and much more.
A spicy touch to a classic dish, homemade chili mac and cheese. Adding a little spice to enhance the flavor of this traditional comfort food. Also using mozzarella cheese versus cheddar cheese for added flavor and extra cheesiness!
I was very fortunate to visit the location that started it all, Liberty Avenue and 121 Street. Since they have expanded throughout the Borough of Queens and into Long Island. Everything they serve up is quality, from the rice, chicken, lamb, and falafel. Whether it’s chicken over rice or falafel you crave, they are the go-to people for late night cravings. No matter how popular and how large they get, whether it’s serving from a cart late at night, shopping plaza or mall, their quality of food remains the same, hence preserving their authority and being the go-to brand for some good chicken over rice!