Saturday, May 29, 2010

Hoboken and the Cinnamon Snail

Creole grilled tofu sub and maple mustard tempeh sandwich, both stacked with crisp vegetable goodness between toasted bread pieces that were smothered in roasted garlic aioli

This is what Catwoman and I ordered Friday afternoon from the Cinnamon Snail, the country's first organic lunch truck catering to us fussy vegans and others who only demand the best in lunch fare. Never again will you have to ask if there's cheese in this, eggs in that, gelatin in those. Well, never if you only eat here.

Down the block, its competitor sold tacos. Corpse-filled tacos.

Helicopters overhead in a bird-migration pattern.

Development along Hoboken, New Jersey's waterfront.

The Hudson River. Looking north you can see Manhattan on right, New Jersey on left, and if you squint you can spot Yonkers.

The Verrazano Narrows Bridge is the faint triangular shape emerging through the haze over New York Harbor.


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