If you drink, like to drink, and are of a fairly mature status in life, here is the only drink recipe that you'll ever need:
Get a bottle of something, preferable the most expensive one you can afford
Pour it into a glass, almost to the top
Add, if desired, a small spritz of something, whether it be ice, water, lime, tonic, whatever... the operative term is "small"
Drink it. It's good, and it is how it's meant to be.
Is there some site-driven necessity for posting an article with photos as a slideshow? My guess is that some statistic somewhere shows a higher readership for slideshows as opposed to normal articles, but I find them to be tedious and time-wasting. Is it a bandwidth sort of thing?
I'm serious. I can barely get the can opened anyways, and that is just the beginning of the dilemma. Since it is already sort of pre-cooked, does it also require additional seasoning? Enquiring minds want to know.
OK, I've been around here for a month or so, and frankly I'm getting a bit sick. I'm a "serious" cook, and I didn't come here to hear a bunch of housewives cackling about "we are what we eat," or fat people's supermarket impulse buying, or anything remotely related to "PBJ," which also sounds a bit too much like "EVOO" from the seriously non-eats Rachael Ray.
I'm serious, people. Get a grip. Make this a serious food site, and not another Food Network. (There is some good content here, btw, or I wouldn't have checked it out in the first place.)
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