Ben & Jerry's Cool Britannia. It's in the graveyard now.
I'm kind of a noob, but the 10 year Single Malt from Bushmills is my favorite so far. Still trying to try more (as well as some Scotch, thanks to the other article)!
As usual, a great read. It's ten in the morning and I want a drink.
The best hot dog I've ever had was from a cart outside of a Home Depot in Dallas.
Really good read, thanks for all the great info, especially on the regions. Looking forward to trying a few new ones!
Angelo's in Ft Worth, simply because my Dad loved to take me there.
I have a ceramic knife I got for Christmas... I didn't expect much but it's turned out to be my go-to knife for cutting up veggies. Since I don't eat much meat anymore, I'd have to say that's my favorite.
I love my dad's bacon. No one makes it quite like he does, and I can't figure it out.
Topo Sabores Tamarind or Peach (made by the folks at Topo Chico).
I'm looking forward to the taco tour write-up!
I first had these at Pappasito's as well and recreated them at home. I've found that cheese sticks usually work really well for the cheese, especially the frigo light cheesehead ones.
I realize quality may not be the best, but they don't melt quite as quickly so you end up with more cheese in the shrimp than on the coals.
I have a fun size Snickers in the freezer here at work just waiting for a 3p snack.
I want to have sex with that sandwich.
Sorry if that's inappropriate.
Seriously cool, thanks!
I was camping in Iowa over the weekend and we had Cedar Ridge Bourbon Whiskey. I'm relatively new at this game, but it was perfect for sipping around the fire.
The orange and blue ones taste the best.
I can't think of much right around there...
You could head south down 75 to Deep Ellum - Cane Rosso (VPN pizza) is there, it's been mentioned a few times here on SE and is my favorite pizza in the city. There are some good burger places down there too (Twisted Root, Angry Dog, Anvil Pub).
Komali is Mexican food, might be good for a fancier dinner (not super-fancy, but definitely higher end Mexican). It's on Cole in Uptown.
CandyBlog - candy is food, right?
The pizza is so good that I never really consider trying the sandwiches or pasta... might have to change that.
More things need "push for chilli" and "push for cheese" buttons...
Since I didn't really forsee a trip up to the Northwest, I went ahead and made my own. Pretty f'ing amazing, wish I could try the real thing.
I love my dad's hamburgers. It is the only time I eat Miracle Whip.
To me, there is nothing more frustrating than seeing pictures of a something delicious on a blog, reading a great story about how much said dish means to the family, and then getting to the bottom of the post with nothing more than "sorry, no recipe, it's a family secret." I'm probably not family, and I won't ever get to try it.
If you want to keep it a secret, fine, but don't do a blog post about how awesome it is and then not share how I can replicate it at home.
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