I doubt anything can replace the classic: smooth peanut butter (Skippy!) and grape jelly on white bread. However, I'm sure there are other awesome combinations are worth trying. So, what's your favorite?
I had dinner at a friend's the other night and his wife made meatloaf. The house smelled great when I came in and when she pulled the meatloaf out of the oven, its was (to my shock and horror) still in the loaf pan! I've always made mine molded into a "loaf" and cooked on a sheet pan. They said they've never seen it done that way and I said the same to them about the in-pan method. So, fellow Serious Eaters; in-pan or out?
My g/f and I are in the planning stages of a fundraising party for our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk team (link to our team's page!) and we're struggling with food ideas. We have both cooked for large groups before, but never for a group this size (expecting ~100 people). We want to cook everything ourselves and allow folks to serve themselves. Additionally, we'd like to have some type of coherent theme so it doesn't come off as some sort of shoddy potluck.
So... food for a ton of people, food that can stay semi-delicious (and safe!) for an hour or so, and a good theme!
Thanks in advance Serious Eaters!
I've gone through all the Yelp reviews that I can handle, so I'm reaching out to my fellow Serious Eaters!
My g/f and I are heading to DC for a few days to do all of the "tourist" stuff, but we want to eat good food. I have a rez @ Obelisk for dinner one night, but ALL other meals are up in the air.
After posting my "nobody's looking" food here it got me thinking about what other folks might like to eat cold. I know cold pizza is a popular one, and I love me some cold cheesesteaks, but what hot foods do YOU like cold?
This is the first dinner party I've ever hosted and I need some ideas! HELP! :)
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