Green bean casserole with mashed potatoes.
Dried beans and way too many kinds of flour.
Everything I eat at my grandma's, from chicken and noodles to casseroles topped with Ritz crackers.
Peanut butter and jam scooped from their jars on the same spoon.
Gyoza and tempura
Freshly cracked black pepper.
Bacon and peas.
Anything with green curry.
Shrimp and grits by the river in Charleston.
My family's food heritage is a combo of Irish and Iowa farmer food, so a lot of recipes bound up in church sale cookbooks!
Definitely a manhattan
Pretty much any roasted veg is like candy to me.
BBQ whole pig during family reunions in Iowa.
The feel of chopping carrots is very satisfying.
With fig jam and Cowgirl's Mt. Tam.
I have a bit of a hummus addiction.
This is fantastic! I'm making my first Thanksgiving dinner this year and definitely needed this kind of bread/stuffing advice. Thank you!
Citrus shrimp and a garlic rice dish that my friends are now obsessing over.
I can never resist lamb and rice!
Brown sugar shortbread. Or any shortbread.
I'd have to say Burmese or Turkish, both of which I've had out once or twice, but haven't looked into further yet.
Not actually a cookbook, but it would be my binders full of recipes torn from magazines or printed from websites like this one!
The belly and the rib end of the loin! Country style ribs make the best carnitas!
I completely agree with Adam about the app showing me the places to eat near me that have been reviewed/mentioned on Serious Eats!
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