What is your guilty pleasure? Crab rangoon, cheap canned beer, quarter pounders—we all have things that don't fit our "foodie" persona. What's yours?
roll or bun?
side split or top split?
steamed, griddled, fryed, or straight from the bag?
ever make your own?
has anyone tried it? i want to. i don't want to. what should i do?
what are your favorite cheeses made in the US?
small, local dairy.
big, well known company.
dirty little secret like kraft or cracker barrel.
cucumbers died and gone to heaven...aka pickles
dill or sweet?
claussen or vlassic?
bubbies or ba' tampe?
whole, spears, or chips?
what makes you smile?
Three foods that we love as kids and adults...pizza, burgers, and dogs.
Question: Do you like 'em with a beer or a coke?...or something else?
With craft beers becoming more and more popular a wide range of styles is emerging. One of the most popular is the super-hopped IPA. I'm personally not a fan and think these beers are like the over oaked chardonnay of the wine renaissance. What are your preferences?
The best part of a road trip is making a stop and finding a good/ weird/ or interesting local food. Recently,in Northern Michigen, I came across some wonderful aged 'cheddar' (the good) and jars of pickled bologna (the weird.) Is exploring for food part of your vacation and what are some of your better finds?
Factory farms and industrial feedlots are polluting the earth and our bodies. Do you know who raised your meat and how they did it? What are your favorite sources for 'ethical' protein? Are you willing to chose the 'vegetarian option' over 'commodities meat?'
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