We celebrated Rusty’s birthday with a Carvel Fudgie the Whale Cake, Boca Nuggets and Coors Lights. This is my first Fudgie. It sorta tasted like a Hot Fudge Sunday from McDonalds. It was really good. We cooked up some Boca Nuggets and real Chicken Nibblers. It’s crazy that real chicken costs a lot cheaper than fake chicken and the fake chicken tasted much more like real chicken. Baby Ike really liked the fancy sauce (mayo and ketchup).

Then headed out to check out Neil and Diane’s new club in Park Slope, The Rock Shop. They have an awesome upstairs and rooftop and the stage looks like it has a pretty rad sound system. I can’t wait to try it out.  Their Grand Opening party was catered from Oaxaca across the street. Some nice tacos there and green hot sauce.

Rusty’s mother sent him this old school assignment he did when he was a kid.

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  1. Nellie Santee

    Hi Jason, I’m trying to make a Fudgie for my uncles birthday because in Brazil we don’t have Carvels… I coudn’t find any recipes online but maybe if you could tell me details about how it tastes I can figure out a way to do it.




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