Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Recent Agent Cooper Moments

April 6th 2013 (Union Square treats):

Slice of Grandma pie from Little Italy III pizza. Fair $$$. I love their sauce, their is something magical in it that might be beef broth. I don't care, it's damn good pizza. Sauce is sweet with a late tang and savory finish. Crust is light with gentle crunch and good give-away; not overly crunchy and not soppy spongy either. Cheese is well balanced but it is not what makes the pizza. I recommend it if you are in the area, but it's probably not worth the trip out if you aren't nearby. I am a bona-fide TMNT-quality pizza lover, so expect some future pizza reviews.

menu, directions, etc. on the web:

Italian Thick Hot Chocolate (Dark Chocolate) from Max Brenner's. Expensive $$$, but worth it. I REALLY like hot chocolate and this is the BEST I've ever had. Max makes great chocolate in general, but this is remarkable. The flavor on any of their varieties (white, regular, dark chocolate) is intense and creamy. The thickness is perfect too, the beverage has legitimate density as it passes your mouth. I don't have the words to accurately describe the mouthgasm you will have if you like hot chocolate. GET ONE!

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April 7th, 2013.

I found a mulberry-scented candle at a local drugstore in Sunset Park, Brooklyn from Old Williamsburgh Candle. It was cheap, locally made, and the scent interested me so I checked it out. WOW, powerful scent and very clean, no waxy undercurrent. I had it lit all day. The after-scent in the room after I extinguished it was also quite enjoyable and potent (though not offensively so). The drugstore had also several fruity scents such as watermelon, black cherry, strawberry, etc. All were super-vibrant and authentic. The website lists several more scents, so I need to check these candle-makers out some more.


*Reviews copyright The Samnambulist, 2013*

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