This is probably too late, but I wouldn't recommend it, mpahnm.
Great dish. We used oyster sauce instead of fish sauce, and about a tablespoon, and topped it with some sriracha. Tasted fantastic!
(Though I'm thinking now that I have to try Limburger and Hatch Chilies)
Ribeye cap, grilled to medium rare, salt and pepper.
Advice on cooking the stuffing without a microwave? I'm not sure how to avoid the dilemma where I'm either burning my hands or the cheesecloth.
I'm in the city, so my best bet (and, I think, what I'm going to go with) is Whole Foods.
Salami and blue cheese.
Really great! We topped it with some mozzarella and a poached egg.
Campari whipped cream
I'd vote for a martini. It's a classic, and would go well with the food (or as an aperitif).
Ribeyes, of course, but also flank steak.
Joy of Cooking, hands-down, though Betty Crocker has seen some use too.
I just realized, I should be more specific, but it's hard since, mostly, we like food. We're from DC, so looking for something we can't get easily here, that's not pizza.
I'm headed there myself -- any more suggestions for restaurants?
I'll yield to populism and admit that a martini can have vodka, but once you leave out the vermouth, it's just a glass of booze. Perhaps tasty, but not a martini.
I think there's no simple way to describe the perfect martini. Palates differ, and what I like might not be the same as what other people like. When I make a martini, it's 3:1. But some people prefer a drier martini, and there's nothing wrong with that. The perfect martini is the one you like!
+1 Ron Diggity. Cheap cocktails are the sugar bombs you describe, but a well-made cocktail can have a variety of flavors. I'm glad we've moved beyond the days you describe, Sov, where apparently nobody thought to appreciate the taste of what they were drinking.
Delicious! Though I don't really recommend doing it entirely by hand...
I love doing this with house-infused jalapeno vodka!
On a plate, by itself or next to some sharp cheese.
Peychaud's, Fee's Orange, Fee's Peach, Fee's Mint, Fee's Grapefruit, Fee's Lemon, Dr. Elmegirab's Boker's Bitters, Bitter End Jamaican Jerk Bitters, Bitter Truth Celery Bitters, Bitter Truth Orange Bitters.