Best onion rings I have ever had were in Whitstable, kent, England at the Duke of Cumberland Pub. Whitstable is the seaside town, charming, famous for its oysters,but oh those beautifulfreshly made just for me onion rings! Too bad its a fair commute from my Brooklyn home!
we always put a slice of mozzarella over the egg, when it was done, and put it under the grill for a minute till it melted...would be good with a little tomato sauce on it too................
we always put a slice of maozzarella over the egg, when it was done, and put it under the grill for a minute till it melted...would be good with a little tomato sauce on it too................
Thank you for the pig candy suggestions plaurel and dhorst, I am drooling!
Have you seen the movie ( "Tom Jones" from the 60s?) with that marvelous eating scene? Maybe it is not what you eat, but how you eat it?
Thanks for all the good ideas!
I think I might make red lentil soup and stuffed mushrooms. This is really more lunchy than brunchy.
I love the idea of the potato pancakes,though! and the bagel platter and make your own smoothie.
@engmcmuffin Thanks for the info and the suggestion. Making my own Won tons could be fun.
I am so glad to see that many others forget about their hard boiled eggs!
I have been alerted many times by the loud popping in the kitchen and each time, I can't believe That I have done it again!
But probably the weirdest kitchen mishap was when I was grading Spanish exams. I was sitting at the table with a messy pile of papers and books, when a finicky friend dropped by. I grabbed all the papers and threw them into the oven, to neaten up...then I forgot that they were there. The oven was not turned on, but by the time I remembered my papers, the heat of the pilot light had curled and browned each and every exam. I had a hard time explaining that one to my students!
The tradition in our family was to have a ham and home made macaroni and cheese on Christmas Eve at my grandparents' house. When I got married and moved to Mexico, I continued the tradition. One day someone asked me what the significance was of this dinner. I called my aunt back home in Connecticut. The answer? "Your grandparents used to invite everyone back to supper after the church Christmas Eve Carol Sing. It was the easiest thing to make for a crowd!" and yup, we still do ham and mac cheese!