@ymandel "then leave pot with eggs under running water for a long time (30-45 minutes)." That sounds soooo wasteful. I am curious as to why this method versus soaking in cool water and changing water a couple of times?
These sound amazing!
Love Graeter's! Was never a fan of the hallowed Black Raspberry Chip (something about the texture and taste of the chocolate threw me off) but OMG during the fall their apple sorbet, cinnamon and pumpkin ice creams cannot be beat- especially together! The place is magic.
I moved away from my beloved hometown 5 years ago and my has it aged well! The slideshow is indicative of it's splendor- you can find the quaint, the eclectic and the refined, often in one place!
Dark cherry- can't beat chocolate and cherry, but it would have to be authentic cherry, not awful artificial flavoring.
Lemon gelato with some fresh basil!
The best part of a Kern's Kitchen Derby pie(the name Derby Pie is actually trademarked and in Louisville the pies flood local stores about a month before Derby as they can be frozen) is the topping- I believe a pecan and butter and sugar crumble. The whole pecans just don't do the pie justice b/c the textures are a huge part of the glory that is Derby pie. ~A Louisville native
Leftover (day old) Kraft mac and cheese on white bread, cold. Gag.
Just no. Please.
I have to agree with the Krave comment- absolutely gross. I didn't know chocolate plus cereal could be so gross... oh wait yes I did due to Special K with chocolate- chocolate colored wax, yay! Those are my two votes for obliteration.
Ragazza is nice but I found the toppings on some pizzas to be incredibly sparse. My husband and I ordered 2 pizzas there last week and both were more crust than anything; he ordered the Moto and I ordered a veggie (can't remember the name). I am sure it was an off night but I was a bit disappointed. We came back later in the evening for small desserts which were quite nice.
A great egg drop soup (lots of green onions please) and veggie stir-fry or chicken almond ding.
I never knew they were so easy... bad bad bad b/c I can eat a couple orders worth!
Dark chocolate covered caramels with a touch of sea salt or anything with gooey piping hot cheese. Yum!
Fennel, buffalo mozzarella, rosemary, red pepper flakes, and loads of a great quality sausage!
I spent so many nights at Nick's and Mother Bear's. Bloomington has a great array of food stops, mostly low key and casual but very vibrant and unique. That is the glory of large college towns! I hope to see a Princeton where to eat some day soon!
Thanks for the info. I was a RVT for 10 years as well. I appreciate your information, but was trying to make a statement to the conditions that animals in the food chain live in and what some endure to get to our plates. As every yuckster has stated and I am well aware, yes, the food chain exists. It still doesn't mean that I want to feel that animals went through a terrible life to get to my plate. I am just wondering where you got your information that the young ducks are killed before basically any clinical signs? I was not trying to state that avian hepatic lipidosis is definitively painful, but having worked in a critical care/emergency clinic where I saw more than enough feline cases and the misery that ensued, I am not comfortable with the thought of my food having come from deliberately causing the condition. If studies state that they are happy little ducks with no physical pain (aside form tubes being stuffed down their throats daily, which seems to be California's main concern) resulting from the method of fattening them, I have no problem with act.
I am hoping that it was sarcasm, but did the author genuinely feel that he had to do any form of clarification as to where one might view a Van Gogh or does he really feel that readers of SE are that dim?
Anyway, a classmate of mine at U of MD was from Amsterdam. He proclaimed how terrible he and his friends found Grolsh and he didn't seem to love his Heine, either. Any time we were out, he and a guy from Sweden drank German beers like most people drink water.
The "Get the Recipe" link for the tortilla appears a dead end, just goes to an all orange page with the SE logo in the center. Hope it gets fixed soon, looks like a great meal!
Just made this for dinner! The dish is packed with a lovely flavor, and the snap peas really mesh well with the tender chicken. For myself, the sauce was a little too thick, but I may not have drained off enough of the cornstarch mixture from the chicken. Fairly easy, and a crowd pleaser for picky eater.
I don't think that it has anything to do with eth government "telling you what you can or cannot eat," as many have stated. If there is a HUMANE way to produce fois gras, then nobody cares. What the government and enough people are against is the cruelty to the animals; and it IS exactly that- cruelty. There is a reason you can find free range chicken in most grocery stores, and cruelty free meats is better stores- most people do not want to eat the crap that comes from the Walmart's of the meat production world- cheap meat that is raised with little care and live horrid lives. I believe most people are willing to spend a couple extra dollars to buy free range, antibiotic free, or their equivalents of other meats. Fois gras is fatty liver, a condition in veterinary medicine called hepatic lipidosis which is painful and makes the animal feel horrible that we give pain medication to alleviate; you are okay with the same condition being deliberately caused so you can have your fois gras?
^^ Steak n Shake freezes are so good; I'm a fan of the orange as well. What I wouldn't give to have one in our new home state...
I was able to post b/c I changed from Firefox to Explorer, as I said. The problems seem to be solely when using Firefox. The problems are intermittent, but have occurred for a couple of weeks- links that are essentially dead, or have an error attached. Thanks for looking into it.
Am I the only person disturbed by the marshmallow guns? It seems like another way to waste food, something our country is ridiculously guilty of- you know kids aren't going to a sanitized room where it's cool to pick the mallows off the ground and eat after playing! Maybe I'm too sensitive, but that just seems totally wasteful (though probably better for kids that eating those puffs of sugary goodness).