crowd a handful of artisanal food vendors into an acre of grass on the brooklyn waterfront and you have yourself a smorgasburg. the choices are almost overwhelming but i figure a decent rookie strategy is to choose the vendor with the longest line. we had a few favorites to hit up and then you notice what everyone else is shoving in their mouths and decide you want that too.
the selection of vegetarian eats gets two thumbs. i went for an asia dog covered in ketchup, jalapeño mustard, and crushed potato chips.
mimi and coco's teriyaki balls are fried in a special cast iron grill that leaves the outside crispy and inside still gooey.
onward to dessert! the cookie sandwiches are hard to pass up, but i'd make the hour-long train ride on a regular basis just for the s'mores. the marshmallows are gooey and melted and when the wind blows just right... stuck in your hair.
ps: last year's feast coupled with the craft fair.