Thursday, January 29, 2009

Regular Reader Crim Shares Cevapi From Arthur Avenue, New York City

From regular reader Crim: Here is an article i came up with for some food that comes from the Balkans. We buy this at a specialty butcher in New York City, straight from the famous Arthur Ave. Cevapi - Pronounced Che-va-pi Straight from the famous Arthur Ave in the Bronx comes a Mediterranean specialty. These are sausages that are made from a combination of ground veal, beef and lamb. They are seasoned with secret spices that give them an extra kick, perfect for that extra push needed by Balkan barbarians. They are usually usually with some type of yogurt, pita bread, chopped onions, etc. But this Fat Prider took the American route and went with ketchup. And to wash them down, the great American lager, Budweiser.

4 comments:

keyword kenneth said...

i still say quizno's and subway should sell budweiser, perhaps as part of a 5 dollar meal.

etathed said...

That sounds like a delicious sausage concoction. Veal, beef, lamb AND Secret spices. Score it!

Big Billiam - NY said...

Arthur Ave in the Bronx

I am down with this place as well.

Doug Dannger said...

As a gay man and a gay journalist, this sausage looks enticing.