Wha....??? Leandra's leaving?!?!?! NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! I'm *sniff* really *sniff* going *sniff* to miss her! *sniff* *sniff* *sniff* :-(
Kitties! We NEED kitties! (please?)
What!?!?!? No cute animals playing, sleeping or munching on treats!?!?!? What did we SE readers do to deserve such HORRIBLE deprivation?
Would this dish work if one used orzo instead of rice?
What happened to the cats????? We NEED our weekly fix of feline cuteness!
Leandra??? UNFAITHFUL TO YUBA?!?!?! Say it ain't so!
Al pastor w/ extra pineapple please!
I concur with JohnintheLAT41015 though I would think that offering a Brunswick stew would be closer to a Carolina tradition than would a burgoo. I've never been to NYC, so I'm guessing that Brunswick stew could be a unique offering in your restaurant and would help to distinguish you from your competitors especially if it is made well. You could serve Brunswick stew as either a side dish along with your cole slaw or as an entree for those who do not or cannot eat pork. As far as satisfying NYAddict's request for a dessert item, I think the only proper dessert for a Carolina-style whole hog BBQ place would be banana pudding with vanilla wafers.
I noticed a SERIOUS lack of photos of our four-legged friends! (Hrrumph!) :-(
WHAT!?!?! No Hambone or Yuba!?!?! Ohhhh, SHIH-TZU!!!! ;-)
What is the difference between a stromboli and a calzone? Aren't they both stuffed pizzas?
I find all of the complaining about Panda Express' food to be rather amusing. Where I live, if I get an urge for Chinese-American food within walking distance, my choices are Panda Express.....or Safeway. Given those two options, I'll choose Panda Express every time.
Hey Kenji-san! There are some good places to eat in Sacramento and it is only slightly more than an hour's drive from S.F. and I urge you to check them out! I'd love to meet you so if you ever decide to check out the eats in Sactown, please look me up!
"I'm kind of scared to ask, but...would you try it?"
Darn! I misread the title and thought it was a recipe for homemade sprinkles and I was thinking, "COOL!!! Homemade Hagleslag!"
Double yay for more kitties! :-) Tubby tabby Tesla is simply adorable!
It depends on how the meat is prepared in the chili. If it is ground and pebble-like as in a sloppy joe, then I would like something else with it, because this type of chili is more like a sauce then a "true" stew. I prefer this "sloppy joe"-type chili served over crumbled cornbread, over Fritos corn chips (a.k.a. "Frito Pie"), with pinto beans mixed in, or, yes, served over spaghetti pasta. However, if the meat in the chili is NOT ground, but rather cut into chunks or larger cubes, then absolutely NO beans in this puppy! Just give me a large bowl of this luscious stew of meat and chili base and a roll or slices of bread on the side! YUM! :-)
I'll be at home recovering from the flu and doing crosswords.
Photos of cats in my FAVORITE food blog make me very, VERY happy!!! :-D
Char siu bao!
Vanilla ice cream with praline bits, chocolate chips, fresh strawberries and chocolate fudge swirl!
A cold slab of tofu topped with katsuo and shoyu. Great on a hot summer day!
Sorry! I screwed up the link. Here is it is: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-make-a-grilled-cheese-ice-cream-sandwich-2013-11
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