I've heard rumors of elephant ears and funnel cakes :) Corn Dogs too? :)
proper core ingredient: Anchovy
Eating Straight Tahini would be nasty, do you mean hummus?
Love the Menudo call....
I ate calves tongues the last time I was there out of a a hot food section of those markets. I love the idea of going into a restaurant with prepared foods and ordering things that you have no clue what they are....
Cassaendra love the mention of The West Side Market, A true gem....
i hope someone bakes 7 layer bars..
saying "Chavrie Goat Cheese"
is like saying I went to the grocery and bought cow's milk...
no need for the double affirmative....
greeting I am from Columbus Ohio and love SE...
I would be happy to point you in the right direction. In fact I work at a great place called Figlio, its kinda like California Pizza Kitchen but homespun. PIzza pastas salads deserts all made in house. Its not really near the zoo. But on Grandview Ave. Google it! Woudl be good for kids too PIZZA! Not too many good mom and pops up near the zoo which is quite far on the NW side of town. The Starliner diner in Hilliard is great too! Grab some Jenni's Ice cream to make it an official columbus Trip... hope you have a great time let me know if there is anything I can do to help!
All i Know is i tried it with baking yeast and it was not too bad...
is there a brand thats best? Am I buying this from my grocery store or my liquor store?
Id thought of more! But please add your 2cents!
Shrimp Cocktail with crackers and lemon wedges
Hot crab dip served from a chafing dish
Asparagas wrapped in prosciutto
Antipasto platter with sopressata, provolone, pepperoncini, an olive medly, marinated artichoke hearts and marinated mushrooms.
Toasted(cracker crumbs and deep fried) ravioli with marinara dipping sauce
Blue Cheese Spinach Filo Triangles
Scallops wrapped in Bacon
eat pleanty of street bahn mi in vietnam
a million thanks for all the input so far!!!
thanks green for nominating some of your own and some from others!
thanks for your ideas so far!
keep them coming!
no other ideas?
Its a dream, so dream big!
get elaborate....i know we all dream...
so much more inventive....so much more fun/funny with the voices...
did anyone else laugh when the said "I've got a culinary boner" at the end of the show?
half of 1million is 500,000
I'd Love the same recipe for gyro meat!
39*7 = about 280 dollars a week! add 20 bucks for tax or a bit more thats 300 bucks a week rather than your 500!
Saving you 200 dollars....
I only charge a nominal fee of 10% of the money saved :)
so 20 bucks....(smile)
Im not here fluffing them I just use their site to find discounted hotel rooms. That paired with websites like SE and chowhound and I can afford to stay in decent accomodation and eat good local food. Not fansy stuff. But good homecooked food.
Just did a search on hotwire checkining in on a thusday and leaving on a friday and a cost for the room in Colonnade - Inverness in 39.00 USD's per night sure youll have taxes etc. But less than 50 a night is a great deal for 2 people.
Check it out!
Grits are ground hominy not corn meal
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