Turkey is delicious, and we say, why stop now that Thanksgiving is over? Here are 11 turkey sandwiches we love in NYC.
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From a tempura-battered deep-fried banana pudding to a more classic version, from ridiculously moist banana bread to animal cracked-studded banana gelato, the variations on bananas in desserts are seemingly endless.
It's a compact, neatly layered creation on buttermilk bread, with a deeply flavorful (and markedly sweet) jam of shallot and bacon.
Summer is here to stay, and while you may be tempted to huddle inside in the air conditioning, it's worth stepping out into the city for one of these frozen treats. Ice cream, gelato, soft-serve; it's hard to say which we like more. So we rounded up our favorite scoops, swirls, and (ice cream) sandwiches in New York City: some old friends, and some new favorites.
The tuna sandwich ($12), highly recommended by the staff, is a good one to order on a hot summer day. The tuna salad filling is quite light, with very finely smashed fresh tuna mixed with lemon juice, and shreds of watercress adding more light flavor to the sandwich.
Banana gelato meets crushed animal crackers—why hasn't anyone thought of this before! The bananimal is just one of the few gelato choices ($3.50 a scoop) at the recently opened Stellina, and it might be my favorite.