I have been waiting for this post for years, thank you!! The Caribbean Roast pork is absolutely my favorite bite of food anywhere. My girl goes with the Paseo Press, and I agree with your assessment. The extra ham and peppers seem to blend better than expected. The scallop is the dark horse of the group, enjoyed on many occasions. Man, I just knew that smoked thigh was gonna be good, need to try that this weekend!
Im with @leahri on this one. Paseos Caribbean roast is the stuff of fantasies, but that pasta looks mighty fine too. Oh god all I can think about is Paseos now...
I'm sorry to say, but I couldn't disagree more with you Pottski. There is nothing wrong with taking a familiar item and re-introducing it in a new way. Call it Indian-American fusion or whatever you want, but food is more than just tradition. This looks down right delicious! Go back to enjoying the same meals over and over again, we all like trying new things once in a while (even if they fail).
Ill be in Bangkok this weekend. I must find one of these!
Video format is fantastic! Would love to see more of them, despite colleenrose's distaste for them :) While I was able to listen to this at work, I agree that a written format to accompany it would be clutch for those who can't!
my morning oatmeal couldnt seem more limp than right now as i gaze upon that beautiful sammich. I need to make one of those
Cauliflower never gets enough credit for its versatility. This is fantastic! Nicely done, Kenji! Those look delicious. It makes me wonder if I could make a cauliflower fried rice...
Fantastic series, Erin! Im salivating here at my desk. Cant wait for my trip there in 5 short weeks!
I will be seeking her out when I go there early march. Thanks for the tip!
I swear to god if you dont open up a pizzaria TXCraig1 I am going to eat Dominos everyday in protest. Dont hold out on us any longer!! This is serious
Clutch blog post Jay! Ive been looking to expand my ID horizons after usually keeping to my staples, including a few on here. Gonna have to give a few of these a try. Would have loved to see a post on the Rainier BBQ exotic dishes. perhaps in the future!
I had a chance over thanksgiving break to visit Pizzicletta after returning to my old stomping grounds of NAU (Go Jacks!) and it was a truly awesome dining experience. Got to meet Caleb and watch him and his team work through the glass. Some terrific pies are coming out of that tiny corner location every day, well worth another visit someday. I wish him and his great team all the best!
I am so excited to travel there come March. Damn right I intend to eat well and I'll take on the creepy foods too
@dhorst, Day made! Been looking forward to this recipe for a while. Much appreciated!! Hoping a half batch will hold me over for a while.
@studyzone, you can pick up packages of Arnott's Tim Tams in Cost Plus World Market around Seattle. I just got some last week at the Renton Landing location. Used to be a caramel tim tam fan because that was my favorite from AU, but the chocolate variety has slowly won me over. Their a little different here, even if Arnott's still makes and sends them, but delicious nonetheless.
Hummus is always in supply at my work fridge and at home. I literally eat it every single day, never tire of the stuff Mmmm. But i do have a soft spot for Baba ghanoush and any minced lamb dish.
Ive been to the DTF in Bellevue,WA multiple times and now that the excitement has died down, you can get seats without too much waiting most days. The dumplings are fantastic, but not the best I have had. However, the rest of the menu is very well fleshed out and the soup, vegetable, and noodle offerings are what really got me hooked. i will be going back soon, as cold weather has kick started my dumpling and soup cravings.
Made this about a week ago, it was fantastic, as everything so far in this cookbook seems to be!
At pikes place here in seattle there is a little hom bao/ bbq pork steam bun.dumpling stand that serves a similar bun stuffed with red bean paste. it may the greatest calorie packing treat out there, but I love it!
This is so wonderful
That top image is so damn American looking. *Tear*
Had a massive dinner at Din Tai Fung yesterday with my folks and...OH MY GOD I HAVE FOUND MY HEAVEN! Everything I tried was on perfectly seasoned and complimentary to each course that followed. Definately my favorite dumpling spot on the eastside.
I was nursing a Pumpking hangover on Sunday. Couldnt stop drinking it while hosting a Pizza party last saturday, so damn delicious. I definately felt the high sugar content the next morning though oof.
I amdef making this tomorrow night! great timing!
oh my god that all looks amazing