Ex-restaurant cook. Current credit/financial nerd, home cook/beermaker. Lover of foreign candies/snack foods.
Just discovered kohlrabi this summer. Love cooking the leaves like collard greens.
Red Dot. Breakfast poutine. Die and go to artery clogged heaven. Drinks aren't too shabby either.
What do you suggest as a replacement for the oatmeal? My boyfriend has an oat allergy, but this smoothie sounds too good to pass up.
I am usually all about novelty sized things, but I think I'd have to draw the line at novelty sized hot dog pieces.
Pepperoni and green olive. What can I say? Sometimes I like a little bread and sauce with my salt.
The turkey breast that's hiding in my freezer.
Cereal! Or if we have candy laying around the house, I'll take that too.
Life cereal. Or Reese's cereal. Cap'n Crunch. Ok, ok, cereal in general.
A delicious pot roast!
I second the Chicago Q comment. Those things...you can't stop eating them.
Half Acre in Chicago, but since I'm a southsider and Munster's pretty close, you really can't go wrong with Three Floyds either.
I was skeptical of Rajun Cajun at first, with the mingling of Indian and Southern. It's become my go-to for dinner take out in Hyde Park now. And I love that the staff seems to know EVERYONE that comes in and makes conversation for those couple minutes that they're packing up your order.
That made me wish I was going back. We were down there for Day of the Dead a few years ago and hit both Patzcuaro and Morelia. Morelia at night is beautiful, especially when they do the fireworks at the cathedral. The best meal we had there was right around there as well at the Cathedral Cafe. I would go back just to eat there again!
One of my first memories is that Circus cereal.
Not going to lie, I ordered one of these just to see if it would look as gross as they do on the giant billboards along the highway. And then I fell in love and it's my new "if I'm going to be late for work, I might as well get breakfast" sandwich, but with regular bacon. So good.
Their bangers & mash are also amazing. I'm probably going to be thinking about them all day now.
Where would one find these buns? H Mart is on my way home from work, but I think I've only seen the filled buns there (red bean, pumpkin, veg, etc.) Did you find them at Joong Boo?
I just made Korean BBQ beef jerky this weekend!
Zombie Dust from Three Floyd's. Hands down the best beer I have EVER had.
I just saw her show for the first time Sunday on WTTW....and then proceeded to watch like six episodes, so I'm pleasantly surprised to see this!
So...we opened the Sriracha ones last night. I couldn't eat more than a small handful of them. Reason being? I HATE Tabasco and that's what these tasted like. I did enjoy the heat from them, but I couldn't get over that "pepper sauce" taste.
What I really think they need to do instead is to bring some of the Canadian flavors of chips to the US. I was in Toronto over the weekend and had both Ruffles All Dressed (which I've had before and love) and some Dill Pickle Doritos (which I got because I was almost sure they were going to be awful, but weren't so bad).
I was torn on the chicken & waffles. One part of me enjoyed the vaguely maple-y flavor, but the rest of me (like 80% of me) thought they were, in a word, icky. Have the Sriracha ones at home, but haven't eaten yet. Cheesy garlic bread, I didn't even bother to try. They just sounded like a bad idea.