A Civil Engineer by day, but a passionate amateur cook and generally food obsessed nerd by night.
I'm a pretty big microwave fan. No need for all these crazy steps!
One thing not mentioned here is the cost. My wife grew up around these. I, being from NY state, only learned about them recently when we moved to Maplewood. I've ordered that exact sandwich from Towne Deli in South Orange. The verdict? Great. The cost? Silly. I think they run $23 for a "full" size.
I think that's probably just how Daniel likes them. Makes since to me!
I don't know if there's anything better in the world to pair Sriracha with. one of my favorite dishes.
Could chicken fried meatballs be next?
There will always be a soft, tender spot in my heart for the lowly chicken cheesesteak, with white american and ketchup. I couldn't have made it through 4 years at Villanova otherwise.
Thanks for the suggestion. I just ordered myself a Spankette!
Dude, this bro is such a Cali-bro, now, bro.
This dish needs to be a part of my life.
Thank you, sir.
A nice hot bowl of beef chili the way my Mom used to make it. That included a few lengths of spaghetti and diced tomatoes right out of the can. Sophisticated? Hardly. Delicious? Undoubtedly.
You can skip the microwave step and taste the raw mixture for seasoning and/or fun. I've been doing it since I was a kid. :)
14.99/lb at my local Whole Foods, and worth every penny!
I'm sure everyone's making lots of money, but the last thing I come to SE for is to read about new reality shows starring "The Situation".
Very simple answer - MEAT!
Oh, and blue, please.
I feel like this is a good time to remind everyone to NEVER drink a pint of it, NEVER.
That was pointed out only four comments above your own.
You know, I just tried those Thumann dogs and I have to tell you, I wouldn't get them again. Didn't love 'em, at all. This just confirmed to me that I'm a Sabrett guy, through and through.
I would encourage everyone to use the British pronunciation of 'shu-LOTS' while reading this article. It's waaaay more fun.
People, Villanova is a university. I went there! I didn't see a single pizza!
I think there's another discussion here concerning the bread chosen and resulting stability of the sandwich. For example, what percentage of the egg salad ends up on the plate? White bread does a fine job of holding it all together whereas a nice roll, as above, with a bottom bed of lettuce creates some serious slippage issues. Ever try egg salad on a toasted bagel? Literally impossible to eat.
@Chris E. Crowley
Agreed, and that's a great way of putting it. Westchester is a bit of a strange place in that most people associate with the city rather than "upstate". Also, they say "on a wedge".
And how exactly would you describe Westchester-ese?
Peeps, Kenji has stated that he's not leaving SE, just NYC for SF. See?
Fun read, Kenji. Best of luck with the move!
Honestly? They all look pretty dry and boring. Maybe after a few bourbons...
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