You know what I'm talking about, right? Those recipes that either stink up the house so much or are so insanely unhealthy that if you ever make them again, you risk driving your significant other out of wedlock? What are the foods that you'd love to try but might risk dying a lonely death for doing so?
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End-of-day question: What do you reach for or quickly fix when you've got a craving for a midnight snack? (Don't get any crumbs in the bed, now!)
Yep—that's our question. We blab about pizza every day on Slice, but we've never started a straight-up favorite pizza anywhere thread. And since a number of Serious Eaters are going on a crazy all-you-can-fly pass next month, we're looking for your recommendations as we seek out the best pizza in the U.S. So dish: Where is your favorite pizza served?
OK, I think we've all had a little too much caffeine here at SE World Headquarters because this is perhaps one of the most ridic polls we've ever dreamed up. Still, after contemplating the bendy nature of the straws in our iced coffees from down the street, we have to ask ... Do you prefer straight or bendy straws? »
Summer's almost over. Vacation season is coming to an end. So, for those of you who took road trips, where did you go and what did you eat? (Future road-trippers and armchair wanderers are free to participate, too!)
Airline food. The jokes usually write themselves. But after having flown Aer Lingus recently, I had to eat some of my nasty words — along with the tasty beef stew the Irish carrier served me. And, OMG, peep the photo here — Kerrygold butter is their standard butter packet. Quoth Erin Zimmer, "I eat every bite of my Aer Lingus meals whenever I visit family in Ireland." So my question for you today, SE'rs: Have you ever had a good airplane meal experience? Dish.
I was a little surprised yesterday when a very vocal majority of pizza-lovers over on Slice said No way did they stop eating pizza when it's hot out — with many indicating their pizza game did not change in the slightest. But there did seem to be indications that their eating habits did change based on the weather in other respects. So today I figured I'd open this discussion up to all foods. How do your eating habits change when it gets hot out?