A roaming food lover.
A detailed chart on egg cookery.
The caption here reads, "What happens to eggs at various temperatures? All eggs were cooked in a water bath for 75 minutes (an hour is enough) at the temperature indicated."
(via Cooking Issues)
a detailed chart for egg cookery. Shows textures of egg at various temps. The caption reads: "All eggs were cooked in a water bath for 75 minutes (an hour is enough) at the temperature indicated"
As said before, it really depends on where she is from in Germany. Some of the food my wife misses from Bavaria are - schweinebraten, semmelknödel, kartoffelknödel, spätzle, rahmschnitzel, dampfnudeln, kaiserschmarrn, or brotzeit (good bread, quality cheeses, charcuterie, sausages, etc...)
Taking me 30mins to write = "smart phone" awesomeness. My Mother-In-Law insists on a warm, microwave massage, dunkel weissbier. Non conclusive, but it tastes good.
woo-hoo! you guys and gals just made our last minute christmas shopping so much easier!
Tacos and margaritas with Bayless would be unbelievable.
There is the greatest lebowski-esque bowling alley as you enter the north side of town on 24.
If you are up for a beautiful drive. Check out Mango's in Red Cliff, north towards Minturn, just off hwy 24. Great fish tacos and live music.
I have also enjoyed many a beer at the Silver Dollar Saloon on Harrison.
check out the threads over at egullet
Smoking Meat at Home
baby back ribs. mom's.
6:30 - 7 depending on work and/or tv schedule
don't forget Parkside, Chuys (chicken chile relleno), Uchi, Curras (avocado marg), Frank (brunch), etc....
The Salt Lick is worth the trip, but I think more for the atmosphere (grab a bunch of friends and take a ice chest). There are definitely better tacos than Tacodeli, but too many to list. Here is the Tour de Tacos from austin360.com.
House Wine is a really cute little wine bar in an old bungalow near barton springs and s lamar. I've heard Max's wine dive is also great,but I have never been.
post from the other day Dining recommendations in Berlin, Germany
thats Hühnchen :) wife's german, but I just can't get the spelling sometimes...
I was in Berlin earlier this year. These places are mostly street food, but were very good.
W der Imbiss - flat breads, salads,
Imren Grill - döner shop in Kruezberg
There is also a Hünchen stand in Kruezberg. Can't think of the name, but its on a corner and the line is hard to miss.
Love Kombucha, but it's too expensive and I don't have enough courage to brew a batch myself.
green garlic at austin farmers mkt
I really love Savuer, but also like Bon Appetit.
Ferdi Special at Mother's Restaurant
tempura fried with spicy ranch
Mushroom Conserva from Ad Hoc at Home
butternut squash and potatoes
Evangeline Cafe in South Austin. The oysters contraband are absolutely amazing. Try it with a Abita Turbodog.