Saturday, September 13, 2008
Note to Potential Stalkers
Guess where I'll be tomorrow! The Eighth International Pickle Day on Manhattan's Lower East Side.
As you may or may not know, the best pickles in the world come from New York. A century ago, there were 200 pickle shops in the city. Today, the Lower East Side neighborhood is best known for its cucumber-based varieties. But on Sunday, a wide range of international pickled treats will be available, including, "kimchi (Korean), lemons (Chinese), codfish (Haitian), sauerkraut (German), pomegranate pickled turnips (Middle Eastern), plums (Japanese) and mango (India)."
My mouth is already watering.
For more information, click here!