A good bagel with cream cheese and non-salty smoked salmon. Mmmm.
A real bagel with really good nova. I just got my wisdom teeth out, otherwise I'd be eating that right now!
How about throwing up a NSFW tag on that Vice link? I mean, kind of self-evident, but I wasn't expecting an actual titty...
That actually sounds incredibly romantic to me.
Eat cheap (but, historically, very good) food and then shop for the things that will furnish your life together.
Le sigh. I love Ikea.
Where in Baltimore?
If you're in the Charles Village area, Carma's and One World are both great. Gertrude's (in the BMA) is good for brunch, too.
http://www.one-world-cafe.com/ (One World)
@PerkyMac: It look me a while to figure out what you were talking about; when your brain wants something to be right, it just glosses over the little mistakes!
And yes, I have special gamma ray eyes that make things crispy with prolonged eye contact!
I've never had "real" bacon, so I'm probably not the best judge, but I like turkey bacon just fine.
It gets crisper if you look it in the microwave, fyi.
The exam went pretty well, especially considering that it covered more than a thousand powerpoint slides!
One more paper to write, and then I am done for the semester!
Many thanks to all for their good advice and kind wishes.
Thanks for the great suggestions, everyone!
I served hummus, goat cheese, grapes, baby carrots, crackers, and apple cider.
We had a lot of fun (maybe too much) but managed to get through a semester's worth of lecture slides. Cross your fingers for tomorrow! : )
I keep looking for faces in the broccoli. I think that Cascadian Farms has scared me for life...
You could use them as (rather dictatorial) invitations to a potluck!
Hate, hate, hate sweet potato fries. Love sweet potatoes in other forms. I think it has something to do with the salty / greasy / sweet combination, which is just a little much. Also, they are most likely to be seasoned than "normal" fries. For some reason, seasoning on fries drives me nuts. On wedged, fried potatoes? Sure, bring it on. But not on French Fries, which should be unadulterated plain potato, fat, and salt.
I second Husband. Try a lower-market supermarket; i.e. Whole Foods probably won't have jars.
Worst case? Have a ... pickle-tasting party?
I cut mine up into triangles (never rectangles!) and do one side PB up, one side jelly up. Usually in that order.
Can I have a ticket for your planet? Pretty please?
As a college senior, I feel that I am uniquely qualified to design this package!
1. Heirloom Michigan Apples. To eat out of hand, make into tarte tatin, and leave on the desks of professors who will be writing letters of recommendation!
2. Zingerman’s 4 Year Aged Cheddar. To pair with the apples. Just think, it was just curds and milk when you were a freshman! And now look what they’re calling it—the “biggest, boldest, smoothest, and richest.” Ok, so we seniors might pale a bit in comparison to the attributes of the cheese… but darn it, we’ve been maturing too!
3. (Better Than) San Francisco Sourdough. Apples + cheese + sourdough = nirvana.
4. Cookies and Brownies. We’re graduating into the worst economy since 1929. Brownies are necessary.
Simple, a touch of healthy, sustaining, and comforting. What more could you ask for?
Total cost: $107. A touch over the trend, but I'm sure when they put together the packages they edit the prices.
Hah, I think we've established that there is absolutely no regional basis for this abberation (uh... habit? culinary preference? let's be nice here!)
I particularly like the competing Wisconsin and Texas factions.
If only we (as a nation, not SEers, SEers are perfect in every way) were so committed to the democratic process and actually registered to vote 'n stuff.
Wow, I had no idea this was a "thing." Here in Baltimore, pizza tends to come with a garlicky-butter sauce (which I never, ever use!) but definitely not ranch.
To each his own...
I'm a senior in college and heading towards a career in international development / public health.
Maybe it's something you have to be brought up with? As someone who started eating with chopsticks before a fork and knife, I guess it's obvious where I stand on this issue : )
There is nothing better than chirashizushi at a solid Japanese restaurant. If I had to pick one thing to eat for the rest of my life... But I have friends who only tried sushi in college, and absolutely hate it.
I think we need more information. What did you eat? If it was seafood or, especially, shellfish, I would be inclined to give the restaurant a pass, and just avoid the dish you ate (which you probably wouldn't want to eat anyway, for fear of Proustian memories). More of a fish-monger problem than a restaurant problem.
If it was dairy or meat, I'd be considerably less likely to go back, as its easier to tell if those are off.
In either case, call and let them know what happened- they should be aware of a potential problem, and their reaction will guide your decision.
I'm glad you're finally feeling better!
Anyone else seriously disturbed by the racial undertones here? Anyone?
For the longest time, I had Old Spice and Old Bay confused. Then I asked a friend if he was wearing Old Bay.
How about homemade chicken soup or Greek lemon chicken soup?
Rice-based dishes are great too, rice pudding can be very gently seasoned.
Pasta, lightly buttered, with salt and pepper to taste?
I hope that your mom feels better soon!
If you're looking for cancer resources, LiveStrong is a great resource; they have a free binder / planner to keep all of your medical information together, among other things.
Wow, thanks for all the advice!
I heated some olive oil in my pan and it seemed to help. However, when I rubbed it in my paper towel ended up all rusty looking. Maybe I'll get to say goodbye to iron deficiency?