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Crab Rangoon from Dang Lai Palace (180 Third Avenue, 212-505-2000)
Your turn to come up with the captions! And ... go!
I wish they'd just drop the premise of 'crab rangoon' and just give me fried cheese.
Looks quite gross, Gramercy has no good Chinese, you're right in the middle of some of the worst Chinese restaurants in the city. I would love for someone to tell me a good one in that area.
This post is lousy with crabs
Not only do you want us to do your job for you, you don't explain why this post is so late. You suck.
Hi Joethree -- Will try and scout out some decent ones in Gramercy. Hoping to hit up more of the east side of town and Brooklyn soon. Any suggestions greatly welcomed!
Hola! Thanks for commenting.
I'm not asking you to to my job for me, I'm asking you to join the conversation rather than just always telling you what to think about a particular dish. This has snags, sure, (like when comments don't load on entries randomly, as is the case with the green bean dish I wrote about. I haven't forgotten you, beloved commenters) but it's less boring than always doing the same thing. So be creative! What do these things remind you of? Say something funny/interesting/weird! Re: why is it so late -- nothing too exciting to say, really. I worked 13 hours, intended on taking a quick nap when I got home, and overslept. But the post is still up, so you still have a medium to tell me that I suck, so all's well!