In a couple of weeks, my husband and I are flying to Norfolk to drive down to the Outer Banks. When we arrive, it'll be around 6:30 in the evening, and we'll need to eat something before driving down the coast. Anyone have any suggestions in the immediate area or fairly nearby? We're not going to want to go very far outside the planned route, but I'd really like to avoid enormous chains, if possible.
I don't think I'm the only one who's annoyed by the overuse of the word "garlicky," (Though I could be wrong; perhaps I'm just whiny.) so I find myself trying to think of words to replace it.
So far, my husband and I have come up with a couple:
garlescent - sort of like irisdescent, I suppose...
garlicious - also implies deliciousness.
Or, here's a thought - maybe we should just add an -ed to anything with garlic...as in, "garliced yogurt dip," instead of "garlicky yogurt dip."
I could just be crazy.
This creepy creation represents my favorite time of year and my favorite fall treat; the Apple pie caramel apple! Tangy apples sauteed in caramel are nestled between billowing layers of white chocolate cream and flaky pillows of tender puff pastry....