I eat. I drink.
Pumpkin swirl fudge brownies!
Kind of a weird question, but where did you buy the plate?
I already miss you Kathy!
I vote for oatmeal chocolate chip too. The oats just kinda cut into the sweetness, and the raisins add a tangy dimension to the chocolatey profile of the cookie. I could write a thesis on this.
I hope this column stays forever. The closest I will ever get to watching The Bachelor. Dude, whatever happened to that Alex guy in season one?
Serious question, I thought these product names are copyrighted or trademarked? How does stuff like that work?
And I agree, the cheetos do look a little weird. I'm wondering if you can make them thinner and less, uh, tubular.
My husband is not at Cotta anymore (he was the chef). God, I miss the meatballs.
It looks like there is serum albumen -- doesn't it just mean that the steam is too hot?
A classic layered cake.
It keeps its shape in room temperature, you can color each layer all sorts of funky colors (or not), you can alter the frosting and decorations as much as you want. It's beautiful when it's whole. It's also beautiful by itself as a slice...or even if someone is cutting a slice. It's versatile and you can make it, mold it into whatever you want it to be. That's why cake is awesomely delicious and photogenic.
Robin should sue the pants off of them for image stealing. I HATE people who do that.
THIS is a lobster dog: http://www.equilinktimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Lobster-Dog-Costume1.jpg
This weekend, I made this easy snack: http://fritesandfries.com/post/5658952455/fancy-hot-dog-things
About two months ago, I made green bean casserole on a stick for the Minnesota State Fair Affair in Brooklyn (as a Minnesotan in New York, I REALLY appreciated this event). Weirdly, it ended up on FoxNews' main site. The recipe for that, is here: http://fritesandfries.com/post/4010079857/green-bean-casserole-meatballs
I don't think people understand that some restaurant owners are hella stubborn on the way they want to do things....
Umm...what about bacon cupcakes?
Rump steak. Rare.
I made a savory Thanksgiving [leftovers] pie (leftover mashed potatoes, leftover turkey, mixed vegetables)!
Being from Minneapolis (and currently living in New York), I didn't care for their Juicy Lucy. The cracked kale is pretty good though.
Their Guinness milkshake is my most favorite thing in the ENTIRE world.
I love Ceci Cela croissants as well as the ones from Patisserie Claude.
And one HUGE peeve about this post: pain au chocolate IS NOT A CROISSANT.
I love this. What about the other malls!??!?!
My nutella cookies.
(I'm not trying to do it for the sake of plugging in my blog but the recipe is here: http://fritesandfries.com/post/630163582/nutella-cookies)
I had a seafood sundae in Taipei: one scoop each of shrimp ice cream, squid ink, and nori with red beans and some condensed milk to sweeten it. I have a picture of it somewhere!
I think Economy Candy on the Lower East Side is a good bet: they have a lot of nostalgic candies and harder to find items. The second alternative is Dylan's Candy Bar but it's too trendy to be priced reasonably.
I'm super biased towards the lemon ricotta pancakes at Five Points. More importantly, the pancakes at The Smith with rum: yum!
Sorry, but that's creepy that someone would just take food from a stranger. Carrots don't smell so I wouldn't be annoyed if someone ate that. Eggs and citrus on the other hand, a different story.
BTW, even though I don't eat on the subway but I have no respect for trainpigs.com