Graphic designer and all around artist and football fan type(Philadelphia Eagles) with a two and a half year old daughter. Does that even make sense?
A little over 10 years ago, I was working for Champps Americana as an expo and occasionally they gave me a kitchen shift. I used to work the sandwich station and I would make all sorts of things not on the menu. My favorite was a philly style cheesesteak with Franks Red Hot sauce, jalapenos and tomatoes. I also used to make burgers and put a creamy tomato dressing on it that they used for one peticular salad.
I remember drinking Champale during my freshman year in college. Is that stuff even around anymore?
Jack Daniels Single Barrel or Gentleman Jack is a nice twist.
The most recent and unusual for me, a peanut butter and bacon cheeseburger..... it was damn good!
Poppy Seed Bagels, Lox, Cream Cheese, a little onion, and sometimes some herring in cream sauce.
O- Olive Tapanade
P- Peanut Oil
i think i have to try the pecan and salt caramel cheesecake. you can never go wrong with cheesecake. juniors, anyone???
Philly Whipped. or sometimes veggie cream cheese with tomato or Philly makes a good salmon cream cheese.
38 year old male. Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in New Jersey now live in Texas for almost 10 years. My stomach is Italian but I also love Tex-Mex, Thai, Jamacian, Mexican, Japanese, BBQ, Vietnamese, chocolate and trying something at lease once.
I am a graphic designer and artist and I have tattoos and have designed several for friends and I think most are beautiful. If a person has a legitimate and personal reason for having a certain tattoo then they can put whatever they want to on their body. If that person is putting a tattoo on their body just for the sake of having a tattoo, then I can't respect that. Getting a tat, just to be trendy, is not a reason to have one. If a chef wants one to be recognized as a chef, then all the power to him or her.
Very cool, thanks for the info!
They carry them in Texas too. Zapps has another limited one that is a Tabasco Tomato chip which is also really good. The Voodoo chips are really good.
In New York/ NJ area look for Bariloche Seltzer.
I grew up on fresh garlic pizzas in New Jersey and when I moved to Texas, I made sure to find a few places that would do that for me. My wife, who is a Texan, has even grown to love garlic pies.
I started following a couple years ago. I actually found it through a sports blog website! Profootballtalk.com is a site I visit every day, and a couple years ago it was listed by Time magazine as one of the top twenty sites you need to visit. Well I went to the Time website, read the article and Serious Eats was also one of those sites. I went on and I've been addicted ever since.
Well, someone has to make sure our children are getting their daily dose of chemicals? So why not a big red headed clown?
Rootbeer cookies? What's the deal there?
Penne in Garlic and Olive Oil with grape tomatoes, mozzerella and fresh basil.
Salted, with the shell is the only way to go.
I never said it wasn't shameless. : ) I just thought the folks in this forum would appreciate a bottle like this. So I hope you do go and find it.
To Gutreactions: My father would agree.
To salpico: My father is currently working with U-Bet to create a promotion.
I am a graphic designer for television news, so most likely many of you have seen some of my graphics on your local news channel.
As for a sig dish? I do a pretty good pistachio cake that I modified from an aunt's recipe.
Grilled cheese, PB&J or some chocolate milk.
Because of Serious Eats, I went to several different gourmet type grocery stores and finally found Bacon Salt.
Hoboken, NJ is also known for their jumbo slices of pizza which have a very thin crust.
dozertx hasn't favorited a post yet.