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This changes everything.
Is PBR a soda?
@BrockS: I'd never noticed that, but spot-on observation.
Sorry to hear about your ice cream maker, Max. It helped you make the world a more delicious place.
Yup, definitely a big greasy cheeseburger.
Most years, I'd be looking forward to my mum's apple pie, made with apples off their tree. Unfortunately, this year they were completely destroyed by hail.
So, I guess it's pumpkin pie now.
I've used hot-smoked salmon, kippered herring, and smoked oysters (yup!) on my pies at various times. All delicious.
Oh god, that cat video...
Oh, that hash looks magnificent. Eagerly anticipating the recipe!
As someone with both an immersion blender and a good source of fresh eggs (friend with chickens), I don't buy mayo. I do, however, buy Miracle Whip because it's awesome in tuna salad.
Oh hell yes.
(Also, I may be the only vaguely nerdy Canadian male in his late thirties who dislikes Rush. We all have our crosses to bear.)
Yup. I honestly thought this would be the first all-dog TWASEWH.
Not that that would be a bad thing...
Oh, if only it was cool enough to turn my oven on.
Saving for later!
Wow. Folks are grumpy today. Sure, it's not my cup of tea, but there's nothing the matter with a little trashy fun every now and then.
This is about my favourite use for leftover 'slaw.
Yay! Scooped Lab!
I'll take one of these over a Modernist Cuisine burger any day, though being in Western Canada I'll have to use Spam (which is okay, because fried Spam sandwiches are a wonderful thing).
@Erin Jackson And thus begins the caravan of Serious Eaters in classic cars criss-crossing America eating great local food and solving mysteries. Old Man Whomever had best look out. He won't haunt the abandoned mansion/amusement park/mill for long!
Oh, and I'd be curious to hear from other Canadians what our various representative provincial/territorial burgers ought to be.
I'll nominate the mushroom burger from the various (and varied) Burger Barons for Alberta.
This will be an excellent resource for when I inevitably win the lottery, buy an old Lincoln Continental convertible, and drive around the continent with my girl and our cats, eating burgers and solving mysteries.
Sorry for the crappy phone pic (for one, the meat really wasn't that greyish in real life), but these were the best burgers I've made in ages.
It's sooooooo pretty!
That Yuba gif is just bloody amazing.
Ooh...this looks tasty. I love some crunch in a burger.
On a sidenote, I'm not a fan of mixing anything into the beef for a burger, but roughly-crumbled feta works beautifully in a patty.
Well, I guess I need to have this for suppper. Looks delicious!
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