Wow! I absolutely agree with the above commenter. Masala cooking wine is inedible even from Whole Foods. The smell was as if I were in a cheap nail salon. Perhaps real wine next time so I don't waste my money and time?!
Sweet Potato Pudding with Pecan and Gingersnap Topping - OMG!
I'm a big fan of Mmmh.. Delicious & Revenge of the Sushi.
One of my favorite neighborhood restaurants is Red Bones in Somerville, MA.
Last year during the holidays my best friend and I made the NYT's Bacon Cupcake recipe. They were ... indescribable.
My favorite holiday beer is Samuel Adams Old Fezziwig Ale: http://yummery.com/beer/samuel-adams-old-fezziwig-ale/
Probably just because of the name ;)
How could we possibly say anything other than bagels?!
I think I'll take a Ribeye.
I know from experience that the Cooks Illustrated Drop Biscuits are outstanding but I'm definitely intrigued by Lidia Bastianich's Squash Tiramisu recipe. That sounds like a must try!
I used to love this stuff when I was a kid. Mostly because it's purple and purple is my favorite color.
You can make anything and everything in your cast iron dish. The sky is seriously the limit. My grandmother even cooks peanut butter fudge in her super old pan. It comes out heavenly!
My grandmother made tuna casserole but called it Tuna, Pea, Wiggle. How funny/absurd is that?! But it sure made me want to eat it.
I'd like to start simply with Jam and Tomatoes.
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Spicy mustard and I usually say sharp cheddar, but someone in the comments above mentioned Brie and my heart skipped a beat.
Roasted squash with butter, pepper, and honey.
The smell of bacon cooking in the morning at my grandparent's house.
Dijon mustard, very soft white bread, and maybe a little sharp cheddar. Then grill it all together.
Large pieces of thick cut bacon in a big bowl of homemade baked beans full of brown sugar and maple syrup.
There's a pasta dish he created with collard greens and sausage that I absolutely adore.
Just a good spicy mustard and a slice of sharp cheddar.
Love seeing Boston area spots on Serious Eats! But I call shenanigans. In my opinion, Mike's Pastry is the only appropriate answer here :)
I loved strawberry cake with vanilla icing. I'm 28 and I still ask for "pink" cake on my birthdays.
From personal experience I know that the "Best Drop Biscuits" really are excellent, but I'd love to get down with some Pumpkin Pie Brulee too.