I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be - Douglas Adams
Anything, thai food please now!
oh goodness.. I wanted to say cheese, but if I say PIZZA then it's like cheese-plus! So, pizza!
usually nibbles of cheese sliced off a block, but lately the wasabi/soy sauce almonds have been stealing the stage
nutella & cream cheese on toast!
The stuffing my mom makes (dressing if you wanna be a dick about it) is very important to me, but grilling out delicious meat would be a close second. Family has been a fluid dynamic for most of my life, but everyone seems happy to gather around a grill for some steak. :)
Some sort of green veggies (peas, broccoli, spinach, etc), maybe some bacon or onions. Always garlic. Doesn't matter, mac & cheese is the best.
I tried to sing Stuffing Waffles.. thanks for that. It's not like the Bacon Pancake song is an incredibly power earworm or anything.
*walks away humming*
Oh yes.. I could do this (well, maybe a mini-version). Do need to include Reese's though.
Not surprised the Oreo ice cream sandwiches were top of the top. I was getting those under-the-table about 14 years ago from a friend in the back (not-for-resale packages & all). Of course, Klondike has since capitalized on it and they are available at grocery stores (by all means, save yourself a trip to TGI Fridays).
more herbs, tomatoes, anything really. so ready for a yard to turn into a garden!
My answer is almost identical to kdroste, my family doesn't serve any food that would be traditional to our heritage.
Fresh tomatoes.. on a BLT or caprese or just with salt on a plate. YES
I came here just to say, "Hooooooray for the H*R love!" (That's Homestar Runner for the uninitiated.)
Dumpling, dumplings, dumplings. Gyoza or potstickers or whatever the name, they will be added to my order.
More a twist on a classic day/dish - have been doing roasted chicken dinner on Sunday nights instead of fried chicken dinner. Really the only sort of dinner party I hold with neighbor/friends :)
Not mine, but I'd pitch my boyfriend's saffron risotto against a lot of other risottos ;)
shrimp and grits.. there ought to be andouille involved as well. :)
I don't remember what my actual favorite snack was, but it was probably cheesy and crunchy.. like cheezits or goldfish.
@lijwf: You would get the benefits of more surface area and same sizes for faster/even cooking times, but not the tenderizing benefit of pounding.
(edit: got a funny title out of it).. well that was a little delayed. Ha!
Thank you for posting my question! Honestly, I thought maybe it wasn't cool enough to be spelled out (*cough* like Lorenzo also thought, apparently), but I'm very glad you did and got a funny title as well. :)
Haven't had any recently, perhaps I should be expanding my restaurant tastes.
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