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  1. Lou

    I love the way you roll….. even if you did involve bacon, for some reason I still love the way you (eat) roll. Except I’m a little iffy on cucumber-flavoured-anything except straight up cucumber….. but I’ll take your word for it. Off to check out these blogs!

  2. leaf (the indolent cook)

    I want that fried chicken! And also the gelati, though I suspect I will have major first world problems limiting myself to only a couple of flavours.

  3. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I love gelato ever more than for-yo. But I’d still add toppings. 😉


  4. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I love how unabashedly you order dessert for dinner whenever it strikes your fancy, and then order dessert for dessert! I’d have been all over that basil sorbet, and the green tea, and the cucumber. Green ice creams are clearly superior.

  5. Allysia

    I’m with you, I’d take biscuits with jam any day. I’ve always been curious about the chicken/waffle combination…might need to try that for brunch one day. New York looks so rad, I’m excited to be living close(r) to it!

  6. cquek

    They look fab!

  7. Whispering Gums

    Enjoyed the write up … Fried chicken and waffle is just a little too weird, but the cucumber sorbet would attract me. Toast and gravy; or scones, jam and cream … That’s how I like it.

  8. Emma

    Well duh that the Maine wild blueberry pancakes with maple butter weren’t top notch beautiful delicious lovely, cuz girl please, you weren’t in Maine!

    Love the huge feta crumbles. I could go for some large crumbles right about now!

  9. chocolatesuze

    awesome to catch up with you hannah! mmm so much delicious foods.. those pancakes! that bacon! that chicken! that pie! that gelato!

  10. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Ahhh NYC. So so good. Like you. I miss that gelato shop, it’s a true gem with gorgeous flavours, in all it’s sterile glory.
    Heidi xo

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I hope I’ll get a chance to meet up with you missy!!

  12. Hotly Spiced

    What a fun night that must have been. I do like the look and sound of that key lime pie. Americans do desserts so well xx

  13. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    Was so awesome to catch up with you. In NYC! With gelato! And pie! We Aussie food bloggers know how to roll 🙂

  14. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    It was all sounding so perfect, until the cucumber sorbet. I’m going to pretend you had carob gelato instead 🙂 So glad you’re having such fun xo

  15. Choc Chip Uru

    Meeting Aussie friends in the US with good food – doesn’t get better 🙂
    That key lime pie sounds heavenly, such a favourite of mine!

    Choc Chip Uru

    P.S. To prepare for my exams now I won’t be commenting for around 4 weeks – See you in a month my friend 🙂

  16. Em

    I am tottally with you on the scone/biscuit thing. Much prefer an Aussie scone with jam and cream than an American biscuit with (white) gravy.
    Friend chicken for me please!

  17. Sarah

    OMG this post is too amazing! I totally love Helen and Suze’s blogs too! And funnily enough, just a couple of weeks ago I was in Sydney and had chicken and waffles at Jazz City Milk Bar, a venue that I’d heard about from Helen’s blog!

    On another note: that key lime pie looks INSANE. Want!

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  19. Johanna GGG

    you can have the key lime pie and the chicken on waffles – I just want the amazing pancakes (sans bacon) and that salad – they are just what I want for dinner (shhh I really have very nice leftovers for dinner but I would swap). And I would take a side serve of the biscuits just because I can never understand the difference between scones and American biscuits – though I agree with you that jam and cream is much nicer than gravy

  20. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    I love that you still ordered a salad despite where you were eating 🙂 And oh my cucumber sorbet- I want! I have had sorbet twice recently and my favourite was pear. I imagine it is similar to the cucumber as it was SOOO refreshing!

    Have you been to Hogtown vegan in TO? They do a pretty awesome vegan chicken and waffles!

  21. msihua (@msihua)

    Before I die, I would like to try a real key lime pie, just once 🙂

  22. Heathy

    Mm such yummy eats. I’d have gone for that salad too! Are you sure the maple butter was butter and maple syrup? Not sure about the US but in Canada maple butter is just maple syrup boiled down to the point of being thick and spreadable like butter… and Im certain you’d love it! In fact I think you need to search out a jar of it darling 😉

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