Feed a Family of Four with a Single Pastrami Sandwich at Harold’s

What:

Harold's NY Deli An old-school NY-style sit-down delicatessen serving monstrous portions of all of the Jewish classics. I'm by no means the first to speak the praised of the place - it's been written about all over the place including in Saveur, the New York Times, as well as a feature on Man vs. Food. And yes, it's worthy of all of the hype.

Where:

In a parking lot off of the highway in Edison, NJ 1171 King Georges Post Rd. Edison, NJ 08837 [wpgmza id="296"]

When:

For when you feel like shoving more Jewish comfort food down your gullet than should be humanly possible.

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Soup Dumplings: Where The Uncontrollable Obsession Began

Shanghai Bun is not a place that I can judge fairly. It's only about an eight minute drive from the house I grew up in and was a quintessential part of my culinary obsession's growth during my high school years. The small shop's name is a cue to their most popular dish – a dish that goes by many names. This dish was at the time completely foreign and unfamiliar to me, but quickly became the focus of my ever-growing need to find the best version around. Before my friend introduced me to Shanghai Bun, I had never before had the pleasure of trying freshly steamed Xiao Long Bao (aka soup dumplings, steamed pork buns, tiny steamed buns, Shanghai dumplings, juicy buns, and more). But, all it took was one time – my soup dumpling addiction was triggered and I never looked back.

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