Chain Reaction: We Tried Chili's Pizza

Way too expensive.

Reality Check: We Try Wendy's New Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger

I don't eat red meat usually from fast food joints usually but tried this one, and it was pretty darn good. I only got the single as I was on lunch break and didn't feel like struggling with falling asleep from being too full because this sandwich is heavy. But Overall I didn't find much wrong with it. It had a bunch of different flavors going on it but it all tied together

I only generally eat burger from Wendys. I'm sure people have their reasons for not liking it, but there meat taste the realist, and BK and MCD's have an almost microwaved sort of cooked meat taste.

Taste Test: Jarred Pasta Sauces from Celebrity Chefs and Restaurants

Tried Raos, thought it was just OK. Tried Patsy's which tasted like other jarred sauces.

The best of this group to me is Lidia's. It has some real Garlic flavor and is the closest to not tasting like jarred sauce that I can find. It's also the cheapest. If you don't like garlic, then I guess it's not the sauce for you. It usually goes on sale at my local Shoprite for $4 a jar.

This sauce also goes really well with some Mussels.

Are Medium Rare Burgers Better?

First let me say I usually always get my steaks medium rare.

However I do not think that a burger cooked medium rare is the same as a steak, because the meat is generally not even close to as good a quality. Also, On a burger, I actually like to have a little bit of texture and bite, and when I'm chewing on a medium rare burger, I have a hard time even tasting the meat and it's kind of mushy. Burger's generally have a high fat content in the meat anyway, so it's not like it's losing a lot of the juiciness when it is cooked medium or medium well, atleast in my opinion.

Am I missing something here? The only time I'm ordering a burger medium rare is if its Kobe or super high quality.

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