I'm doing a fro-yo tour next week and would love to take peoples' suggestions! I'm sticking to frozen yogurt (e.g. Pinkberry, Red Mango, Forty Carrots, 16 handles, etc) rather than "frozen desserts" like the ones at Tasti D-Lite which I'm not sure include anything yogurt-like (or natural, for that matter).
And what makes it so good? Please list food, state and reason!
I might vote for burritos for California. The produce in general is redonkulous, but it's not quite a state dish or anything :(...
Meet the amazing folks at God's Love We Deliver, who deliver 24,000 meals weekly to homebound New Yorkers, and they have been doing this for 25 years. More specifically, I want to introduce everyone to my new 95 year-old friend Natalie. You'll see from watching the video that although Natalie already has a boyfriend, I'm hopeful that she and I can work something out. She's that special.
New York's never been a great pie town. We have lots of great baked goods and lots of talented pastry chefs, but somehow our pies have never made it onto my nationwide pie honor roll. But with artisanally inspired handmade food in Brooklyn appearing at every corner and market, and the borough's do-it-yourself food culture growing ever-larger, we knew that a pie culture couldn't be far behind. Pies 'N Thighs started it, and now to pie lover's rescue come two pie companies—Four and Twenty Blackbirds and First Prize Pies.
There's always a divide between what I want to bring to a party as an appetizer or side dish, and what's portable or easy to reheat. And for all those times I've tried making Buffalo wings in the cramped kitchen at other people's parties, there was a great alternative lurking the entire time. And that was Buffalo Chicken Dip.
This Jícama-Avocado Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette brings together creamy avocado, sweet corn, and crunchy jicama to make a salad that's absolutely addictive. I decided to forgo the Corn Nuts since I've never been able to shake the Heathers reference—the connotations aren't that appetizing. And really, the salad had enough delicious crunch of its own.