I'm going to go ahead and skip forward to the weekend where we returned to the Brooklyn Flea (at J's request! It wasn't me, but I wasn't fightin' it!). We saved our stomachs all morning, and with J in tow, I finally got to try just about everything I've ever wanted !
So enough small talk, let's see it already!
|I've long been eyeing Pizza Moto's ~$10 pizzas that they make fresh on-site; there are three types of pies available: margerita, black mushroom and a white pie with an option of adding pepperoni for $2 more. The ginger eye candy is free!|
|They cook the pies using their portable wood-fired oven. After you place your order, the pie will be finished in about 15-20 minutes depending on the queue.|
|15-20 minutes can be a long time with all the delicious food scents wafting in the air, so we got a snack in the meantime at the beloved Mexican fruit drink stand - Mexican corn !|
|These are the ingredients that go into making Mexican corn. Now we will watch how these ingredients are used!|
|First, put a napkin in your cleavage to soak up excess sweat. Second, lather on OODLES of butter onto freshly grilled corn using a spatula|
|Scoop up a bunch of white cheese|
|Sprinkle it all over like it's snow on Christmas day!|
|Lastly, spice that motherf*ckin' corn up, son!|
|A couple of minutes and $3 later, this beauty was mine !|
|Our pizza was finally finished 25 minutes later; we opted for the margerita + pepperoni (o' course)|
|Fresh mozzarella, basil and pepperoni|
|I've been eyeing these for awhile - I've seen Sigmund's Pretzel Shop at the Hester Street Fair, and they appear to be regulars at the Brooklyn Flea as well. This baby here is a truffle cheddar cheese pretzel. They have a few options as well as chocolate chip cookies with pretzel chunks, but we had to try this cheese-encrusted fella.|
|Lastly, one last hurrah before we left: noted as one of Grub Street's top 101 NYC sandwiches - the Connecticut roll from Red Hook Lobster Pound|
And that my friends, is it! I can't wait for Saturday when I get to sink my chompers into that corn again. I am going to pack my floss right now!