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CopyCat Lafayette Coney Island Sauce

This is pure nostalgia. This is as close to perfect as it gets. When I worked in Detroit, I ate hundreds of these and there is nothing like it in the world. The Lafayette coney island sauce is unique. When I smelled this, I smiled, when I tasted it, I wept. I would swim in it if it were possible. If you want the Detroit Coney experience, then do make this. It's an odd recipe, but easy and quick. And if you ask for chili fries in Detroit, it will come covered in this sauce. If you like this…


First Roller Coaster - June 16 in 1884, the first roller coaster in America opens at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, New York. It traveled approximately six miles per hour and cost a nickel to ride.

from Condé Nast Traveler

These 10 Incredible Pictures of New York Will Inspire You to Visit - Photos

from Randolph Mase's Weblog

Visit Coney Island

Another adventure in the deck of cards called 52 Adventures in New York City is called “Cotton Candy and Coney Island.”  As the name implies, it recommends a visit to the once-immensely-popu…


CONEY DOG SAUCE ~ 1 1/4 lbs hamburger, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/2 cup chili powder, 1/2 cup ketchup, 1 1/2 cup water.... DIRECTIONS: Brown the hamburger and then add the rest of the ingredients into the skillet and simmer for one hour. Stir occasionally. Serve on hot dogs. This can also be frozen until needed.

from The Crafted Life

Travel Guide: Coney Island

The Crafted Life is all about making DIY fun and accessible. Given the right set of directions I believe anyone is capable of making.


Angelo's Coney Island in Flint Michigan ... located on the corner of Franklin and Davison Roads ... home of the best coney islands and fries in the United States (along with Star-lite Coney Island, located on Davison and Center Roads in Burton, Michigan)


Revere Beach - The Boston Globe

July 8, 1968: The Cyclone, one of the largest roller coasters in the U.S., can be seen in the background as people sunbathed at Revere Beach. Built in 1925 by Harry Travers for 125,000 dollars, its cars traveled at a speed of 50 miles per hour and its climb reached a 100 feet. Leo Hurley, whose father and uncle started the amusement era on Revere Beach in 1898 and who ran the last rides before the amusement park closed in 1978, said Revere Beach was "the Coney Island of Massachusetts"