Typo- Meant "wanted" to up my game. Also! That is not nearly enough liquid to wet the flour/fat! I had to add a bunch more water/vodka to make the dough come together. I have a general distrust of "scientific" food recipes and this didn't help.
I tried the vodka pie crust and was disappointed. My crusts came out weirdly dry and crunchy. I usually make very good crusts using plain water but I wated to up my game this year. Oh well.
There is a new Net Cost on Queens Blvd a little east of 63rd Rd. I went in once to look around and was intimidated by all the foreign labels but I'll go back to look for the chocolate aisle at least.
Put some meat in the spaghetti sauce and I'll try it.
Dry turkey? That's why gravy was invented.
Worst turkey ever: Butterball. Because it's injected with brine and stays pink and rubbery no matter how long you cook it. It is nothing like turkey!
Thanks for not leading with the picture of the lamb's head with the black tongue lolling out! But seriously, I don't think I am interested in eating any dishes with the word "face" in them. I'm a little sqeamish that way.
They are the yummiest thing I ever had in my mouth. I wish I could find more!!!!
I was a vegan for 6 months and wasn't tempted by the standard vegan cheese substitutes, but I'd make a tasty slice using coursely ground sunflower seeds as my "cheese." Needless to say it doesn't melt but the flavor on top of seasoned tomato paste is quite nice.
Sweet potato sandwich! How did you miss that one? It's the best!!!!! Ate it somewhere on Smith Street in Brooklyn, and make a simplified version at home often!
Yeah, sorry but those are sausage balls. I made some awesome Swedish meatballs in the past using some plum (instead of lingonberry) preserves and cream and breadcrumbs in the meat. I need to find that recipe. I get that the sausage is easy and all but, um...
I remember a pleasant afternoon from childhood, when I and a a friend tried to see how much butter and cinnamon sugar we could get a slice of bread to accept. It involved poking holes in the bread with a fork to try to fill the bread inside. We also made "fudge" out of Nestles Quik, I'll let you imagine how.
I gotta go there again. I am near by. Mmmm.
I am still finding this new site design hard to look at and I come here MUCH less often because of it. It's a hot mess.
At home, I put about 1/3 c. coffee in a pint jar and fill with water and let sit in the fridge overnight. I strain the resulting coffee over ice and it is very smooth and un-acidic.
"A toast"? Huh?
I learned the BEST way to reheat a slice here-- you do it on top of the stove in an iron skillet. Mmmmmmmm. I would rather have a leftover slice reheated this way than a fresh slice. The crust gets so awesome and crispy.
The fonts are still way huge, with, what? double-line spacing? One ends up scrolling a LOT. Kind of a pain. Still not loving it.
I am really disliking this "upgrade." It wasn't broke-- why did you "fix" it? The jumble of boxes on the front page are just ugly. It is all quite ugly. Sorry but it is. Different isn't always better. New isn't always better.
This redesign is kinda ugly.
Aw, you went and done it. You uglied up your 'site in the service of "improving" it. Damn.
I'm sure it's very delicious but, um, the picture, I thought maybe this was another installment of Nasty Bits. Sorry!
Um, hello? A lot of people don't eat meat. Eat other things.
The mullet hairstyle goes all the way back to the 70's. I know because I had one. My cut was styled after David Bowie's in his Ziggy Stardust phase-- short front top and sides, longer in back. I have pix to prove it.
That looks a lot like chopped broccoli florettes on top. Mmmm.
Do yourself a favor and grind your own beef-- avoid the Pink Slime.
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