Iron Chef Japan. So much more entertaining than the US version.
My boyfriend's brioche french toast.
wrapped around figs and grilled
I mean "no-dessert, no-meat". oops.
Yeah, the no-dessert no-vegetarian thing is a problem, as evidenced by everything in seriousb's list...apparently New Englanders only eat salt pork and sugar :P
@seriousb....I tried that already. Team Helpful in CT said "cheetos".
@Aya Cheddar and apples! Now that is a great idea.
brussels sprouts and bacon. NOM.
brussles sprouts and bacon! what more is there to love?
brussels sprouts and bacon. What more is there to love?
Positano, Italy. Mozzarella grilled on lemon leaves.
proscuitto and melon. nam nam.
the bowl of garlicky snails you get at bars in Lisbon
Thanks for all your suggestions everyone!
The Grand Concourse looks great, but I can't find any indication of how much dinner there would cost. Does anyone have any ideas? And is it buffet style?
@GinaPet: I LOVE Point Brugge, but I think it would be better to have a reservation somewhere. Having people wait outside or in the cramped bar area would not be ideal.
This may get me killed, but the best pizza in Squirrel Hill is Lucci's. Neither Mineo's nor Aiello's holds a candle to them. IMO, though, Pizza Sola (several locations) has the best pizza in town.
Granny's carrot cake. nam nam!
soda bread. mmm caroway
I call foul! That picture is of a Bunnpris (a Norwegian chain). And here you had me all excited about being able to get brown cheese stateside.
fried eggs and toast
the bacon from the farmer's market in South Royalton, VT. We ate a whole pound in a sitting.
rolled around mozarella and baked with a spicy tomato sauce