Crispo!! Love that place -- and make sure to request a seating in the patio.
Hello! Another (future) lawyer slash food blogger! I actually really like "Sue Chef", but how about:
Queen of Tortes
Above the Slaw
In My House Counsel
I often cut up red, yellow and orange bell peppers into thick strips. It even has a little curl at the end that holds thick dips!
I make asian lettuce wraps with ground turkey. Add diced mushrooms, water chestnuts, red pepper, onion and whatever other stuff you like.
1. Salt -- from the sea and the land
4. Cayenne pepper
5. Yellow Onions
6. Canned tomatoes
7. Olive oil
10. Frank's Red Hot Sauce... to cover mistakes.
Horseradish whipped cream! So great with beef!
Filet mignon! But my husband sure likes porterhouse :)
OMG amazing explanation! Thanks! I honestly never thought putting them in the dishwasher or using detergent could harm them -- isn't that what "dishwasher safe" means? Oh well :) I'll definitely be handwashing from now on!
So if I somehow wash off all of the black stuff, then are they safe to use??
Thanks everyone! Those recipes look awfully close, but not quite! Definitely a good starting point though! I'm going to head over to the King Arthur forum for sure, but I thought I'd ask here too... have you ever heard of a pie with a middle layer of meringue? Would it have to be baked before adding the additional layers on top?
Check out Emporio in the Soho/LES area. I remember it having a special g-free menu, including pizza!
I'm from Edwardsville! I've never been to Peel, but I've heard great things as well! I'm gonna give it a try while I'm home for Thanksgiving next week!
Always brussels sprouts!! I loves them :)
"Laurie's Glories: Mom's Best Recipes"
I've lived in Southern Illinois, near St. Louis, for most of my life, as well as in Champaign during college. I think the state sort of splits between Chicago-style and St. Louis-style. When I was in So IL, the provel-on-cardboard (which I love) was very popular, and when I was living in Champaign, the Chicago deep dish was popular. I think those two cities sort of bleed into their surrounding parts!
I can't wait to read your post about Illinois!
Born and raised in Southern Illinois. College in Champaign, Illinois. Law school in St. Louis where my Long Island-raised husband snatched me up and took me to NYC! I'm 27 and have been in NYC for 2 years now.
I'm with simon on this one. Exercise is a big part of my daily, routine life, so I just have to include it on vacation -- otherwise I start to feel like I'm in a rut or not myself! Plus, going for a run/hike/walk in different areas is a great way to see the sights! My husband and I jogged through a vineyard in Napa Valley this summer, and it was probably one of my favorite things I did all summer!
When I was a kid, the only time I was allowed to have Fun Dip was right before (like within 30 minutes) of a swim race. For some reason, the whole swim team was allowed to ingest obscene amounts of sugar during swim meets. I always went straight for the Fun Dip!
This is such a bizarre coincidence seeing this post first thing today! I was at my parents house over the weekend and found all of my grandma's old cookbooks from the '70s! They have her handwritten notes and additional recipes in the margins.
One of these recipes was called, "G____ Family Favorite Fruit Salad." First ingredient... marshmallows! Awesome, Grandma.... awesome.
This is embarassing, but Roast Chicken. I know! Everyone says it's sooooo easy, but for some reason I just cannot do it. Sure, I've only tried once, but it was such a complete and utter failure that I'm terrified to try it again. :(
I always go with baked, spicy sweet potato fries. Big hit.
I know it's only from a TV show, but I have a very nice co-worker whose last name is Trueblood. Pretty freakin' cool.
We're all in the "Tree of Trust" --- no judgments :)
I agree with Kefi -- it's a great Greek restaurant in that neighborhood.
Not a snack, but I have a "trademark" order at Mexican restaurants -- Fajitas and Chardonnay. Not margharitas or beer... cheap Chardonnay. :)
Definitely not... my husband's dutch ovens always smell so much worse than mine. :)