I feel the unnecessary need to point out that I grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and I knew about muddy buddies. The chex box had this as a recipe, and it was/is glorious.
Pork because that is the hardest for me to cook right without a thermometer. Teal.
I am not sure if it would be that amazing, but banana hazelnut.
Good people who are happy to eat lots of food.
The regular burger Sidebar in Oakland.
A romantic meal is one we can cook together.
@crispyduck13 - I think what you said is exactly why the locavore movement is considered elitest. The idea that they took a way of life that has existed for many and still exists for many more. Then some folks named it and made some money.
What area in India are they from? I'm sure there are more questions to ask (religion, dietary restrictions, etc.) that will help in narrowing down your menu if you are looking to have the meal traditional for this specific group of people.
A Pat LaFrieda burger.
Elk burger just because.
A burger made at the serious eats headquarters.
A rice dish.
Pesto, Cheese. Hmm. I need to make more homemade pizza.
My friend Chi Mei eating it sort of counts for my favorite way of eating it, right?
It has been a long time since I've cooked anything nice since I've been living in a hotel for about 3 months. I guess it would have to be just a simple dinner of sautéed chicken thighs with spinach.
Lake Temescal is a lot of fun. However I've only been there once quite a few years ago, so I am unsure of the level of cleanliness.
Not exactly easy breezy, but forgiving - a fruit gallette.
A recent stint with some steamed tofu with shrimp on top. Simple, but delicious.
I had a vague memory of these cookies from my childhood and have only recently found out that they actually existed. No one had any clue what I was talking about.