9-5er by weekday, slowly reforming picky eater the rest of the time.
This was so dang delicious!
I live in Baltimore and haven't been yet, but my boyfriend, who knows his burgers, says no. BUT if you're down by Kooper's on Thames Street, go to Thames Street Oyster House. Their burger is AWESOME.
It WAS Trader Joe's 3 Plus Blue Cheese Flatbread, but they stopped making it. Along with their key lime pie. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE WORLD.
I am now making a trip to the store after work and buying boxes of most of these. Thanks a lot.
Ina Garten would be very disappointed to hear this.
This is my favorite Serious Eats feature.
Thanks for the reminder about Lil Pub! I live around the corner and never go, but I talk about going enough that it seems like I've been. One thing to note, though--cash only.
Yvonne, I like heat, but I think I'd want to tone it down based on your description of "burning hot" and "mouth numbing." What would you recommend cutting back on to achieve this, yet still keep it flavorful?
This makes my day.
Would like to note that Luke's has several DC-area locations!
This ended up being pretty tasty and very refreshing. Not as rhubarb-y as I would have liked, though.
DC Reynolds has a great outdoor seating area in the back as well.
Brian Oh? The Brian Oh I went to high school with? Way to dominate SE DC, RMHS!
Dave, I agree completely with this review. I did takeout (which they don't recommend, because the pizza can get soggy if you live more than 5 or 10 minutes away), and I'd say the crust leaves something to be desired in terms of flavor. I got the caesar salad as well, and I got a plastic salad container with sad-looking lettuce, a few croutons, and barely a dusting of parm. And the dressing was nothing to write home about.
I do have to say that 2 Amys should be included as a benchmark for the area as well, especially for those who don't live on the VA side of the river, but I think many people already know that.
@adamt I've had mixed experiences there--sometimes great, sometimes mediocre in terms of food. But their chicken and waffles, when good, is great!
A lot like Coke Zero, I'd imagine. Not as bad as diet, but not up to par with regular.
Maria--these ended up being AWESOME. I doubled the recipe and have a lot of frosting left in the fridge. I'm dreaming up ways to use it, other than eating it with a spoon. Home run, girl!
If all amber ales looked this beautiful, I'd drink them exclusively.
I'm going to a breakfast potluck and I'm going to bring these, and even though it's not a competition, THESE ARE GOING TO BLOW THE COMPETITION OUT OF THE WATER. Maria, thank you for this!
Side note: I'm assuming you need to make these waffles and then serve immediately, yes? They can't be transported?
I've never heard anything from KFC called "delicate." Well done, Will.
There are college-age delivery men in Cambridge? Well, maybe from Suffolk.
@belinskaya I tried their strudel--worst strudel of the day. Definitely not worth recommending.
@AmberMarie I didn't forget about it, but it was just a bit too far outside the city to include. I know a lot of people already know of it, too, and I wanted to include some new suburban places. I can definitely recognize that it's good, though!
Oh boy is it sweet.