Sounds good. But I think I'd rather just have a slab of wood fired halloumi on its own.
"Who on earth let this non-local white man write about Harold's - a black Chicago institution?"
I believe its the same folks that allow you to make an ass out of yourself in the comments.
I'm so with you on Buffalo wing sauce. It seems that everyone in NYC and Brooklyn just has to mess with it. No I'll pass on the latest incarnation of honey glazed, bla bla pepper, bullshit sauce thanks. Frank's and butter nothing else.
As you know NYC is no different than SF. The truth is most bagels here are bad.
Great article although I detest the vertical cut for no particular reason. I like to pick up a whole bagel.
Olympic Provisions are delicious. They carry them at Peck's in Brooklyn.
@Androiduser This. "BUFFALO WINGS ARE NEVER BREADED!"
Hot chicken can be pretty hot. I've had the hottest they have at Hattie B's. It was hot enough to be unpleasant.
@Ghostly. You are so right. That place is awful. I can't believe how popular it is.
@kimchijjigae Ditto. I'm sure folks in the rest of the country enjoy the new format but I find myself coming to SE far less often than I used to.
Osteria Morini has the best Italian meatballs that I have tasted in NYC. Parm is awesome as well.
Chicken and dressing is better than turkey any day of the week. There's a reason people don't eat more turkey.
Also in the dark meat camp.
@rosewood that is how my grandmother makes them. Cuts them in to hunks and sprinkles some brown sugar on them. She then roasts them until they are black. They are amazing. So sticky they can pull a tooth. I've never seen them cooked this way anywhere else.
Those look delicious. I can't stand when folks put the marshmallows on top.
Well I guess I should have read the entire article. My bad.
I agree with @KevinGardo I always think its better the next day. Same with baked ziti. I am pretty sure that this is the same method they use at Del Posto for their 100 layer lasagna.
I always find it interesting that there are so many myths revolving around cast iron and its care. Its about the most indestructible cooking item there is. You can do almost anything to it and still salvage it.
Love the stuff although these days I allow myself only a taste. Brachs had a caramel version recently that was good.
Chunky is an abomination. My dad liked those. It's an old man candy.
@bobbob Have traffic...must monetize...meh.
@lil_brownbat it was a nice little article. Nothing more. There is no reason for the domain name to exist at all.
How many time can I see one of your posts and think what a genius you are?
@Kenji Maybe you'll feel differently after 16 years :) I kid. I love my wife and spend most of my free time with her but we each enjoy our separate moments as well. I guess I was referring to those couples that seem slightly too clingy or those where one partner makes drama about occasional solo time.
I think the question was well answered. That said I've always found it weird when couples seem to have to do almost everything together.
@lil_brown_bat this piece of ridiculousness: FridayNightMeatballs.com