I'm a food enthusiast with no formal training. I love to eat, create, and talk about food.
I am hoping to be camping at a hot springs in Colorado- most likely cooking over a fire like a little cavewoman! Hooray!
Hussong's in the clay jar. Somewhat hard to come by in bars but very sippable.I remember it was around $20-30 bottle in the liquor store.
You could pick his nose & eat it too. ew.
That is one lovely burger shot!
wow! Go Ree! Love your blog!
@burgerdogboy the magic mountain at Ross' is magical... until the next day.
Portland ME is beautiful in August, also while you are up in the NE Burlington Vermont is lovely as well (I used to be a flight attendant- and traveled to both frequently and NEVER had a bad meal in Burlington)
How about cuisine based off of West Texas? Maybe Homesick texans blog might have some tasty stuff to get you started? Good luck sounds fun!
You have considered bribing a vegetarian friend to eat the fried chicken at Scott Peacock's restaurant in Atlanta- because you live in Denver and won't be going to Atlanta anytime in the future. You still drool when she describes the fried green tomatoes instead.
lol @sailor dave... but it's food porn. ; )
innovation is the enemy of the new world order! Destroy creativity before it takes over!
chow a dong (as seen by mister bisbee)
the french get all the good sh*t
please adopt me? I promise to come to dinner hungry!
reminds me of that sesame street song "one of these things is not like the others..one of these things is different"
I grew up eating these! Even our high school cafeteria served them- so man!... did this make me hungry! Thanks for the recipe!
thanks for the great recommendation- We go to the tattered cover and always wonder about Encore. I am putting it on my "must try" soon list!
@toad 3000- Denver is a great town- PLENTY of reasons to visit!
What a great story!!! Best of Luck!!!
lemonade from Chick-fill-A
sorry I couldn't resist that. : /
only from drinking pine sol..
LOL Jerzee ! did you have abit of champagne before commenting- I know I did! ELBOW...hahahahah!
We went to my Bf's uncles who had gotten married in Hawaii this year. So he decided to have a "hawaiian christmas" He made Kahlua Pork, Teriyaki Beef skewers, mashed sweet potatoes- with coconut- OMG Sooooo good!, macaroni salad, mangos, pineapples and MAI-TAI'S.
Everything was so delicious- we are blessed that most everyone in the family is a good cook. I am especially thankfull of this after reading some of ya'lls posts! Hope everyone had a nice holiday whatever you ate or did!
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