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For the third year in a row, I’m going to attempt to eat every single item on Time Out New York’s annual 100 Best Dishes list. In no particular order, here’s my take on their Top 100. Let the gluttony continue…
I’m not sure if it’s the usually high salt content or the endless crunch that makes crispy chips so addicting. Doesn’t matter if the chips are made from potatoes, soy, veggies, or rice. If they’re salty and crunchy, I’ll keep munching.
It’s no surprise that I’m equally addicted to the Indian street food known as chaat. It’s sold at very few (that I know of) food carts here in New York, but is pretty common at most Indian restaurants along Lexington Avenue in the area known as Curry Hill.