Burger places that think putting quality ingredients on poor quality meat makes a good burger. Good toppings cannot make up for awful meat.
+1 for a food lab on this. If not Popeyes, then any fast food style biscuits! I have been trying to come up with a recipe for this style of biscuit for years. Haven't found or created a recipe that comes close.
Make it happen please.
I worked at a McDonalds for years in high school. Dropping something is McDonalds lingo for "put something in the fryer". I bet they completely ran out of wings and 10 minutes is the total time they need to cook. This isn't surprising to me, the cripsy chicken sandwhich needs 7 minutes to fry and the grilled chicken needs 6 minutes on the flat top.
Basically, you had a 10 minute wait because they stopped cooking the wings at somepoint and they ran out of them.
I had also heard rumors of powdered suagr in the dredging mixture. I will need to try this recipe and see how it compares :)
Have a burger party
Inventing a new burger for the first time at home. Now I come up with new burger creations anytime I get the chance.
Throwing a party!
Thanks for the advice everyone.
Sorry if I wasn't clear. I thought you were choosing between a manual pasta maker and spending the extra money to get one with a motor. I was saying I don't think its worth it to spend the extra money for a motorized one unless you make A LOT of pasta.
I own a cheap one from bed, bath, and beyond. It works great actually. Been using it for about 2 years now.
It is just a matter of how much you mind manual labor. I have a manual machine and I love it. It does not bother me to crank it out manually. It does take more time to do this way though. I feel like the results are about the same though.
I love making pasta though. You don't want to overclean a manual pasta maker because the drum won't spin properly. Flour it well and it will treat you right.
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