a student of food and wine.
I do not like Yelp at all. It is not geared toward people who actually know and appreciate good food. It is a catch-all for finding anything in any given place.
Like hsryan, I usually check in with CH before I venture to a new destination. I have rarely been disappointed!
This is great Adam! My husband lives for pepperoni pizza. He's taking me for a lobster tasting on Monday, so, I will gladly make this for him on Tuesday! Now, that I have actually embraced making my own pizza!
I was planning on having sliders and buffalo shrimp. It sure would be fun to brag about my Pat LaFrieda sliders!!
I was actually planning to make sliders and buffalo shrimp. It sure would be fun to brag about my Pat LaFrieda sliders!!
Definitely, the baguette! I dream about making the perfect baguette!
I am perplexed by your ending this query in a preposition.
No thank you.
Good luck with your new adventure Adam! I will certainly miss your efforts to keep me in line over in Talk. Not that I have been naughty of late. You will be missed! Many of us considered you to be the best part of SE. Congratulations!
You are funny Saucy Johnny.
Something is STINKIN' in here, and it's not LARD! How was it seasoned? what was the occasion? You expect me to believe you threw the damn thing on the smoker and THEN posted a question??? I hope you eat the tainted pork and GO AWAY.
Way to kiss up Teachertalk! Yes, variety is the spice of life. As is each individual's definition of "serious" eats.
When I first signed into SE, the content was much more "serious" and the banter was passionate, discerning, and inclusive. There were lengthy debates and intense disagreements. However, at the end of each day, I closed my computer knowing that I picked up a great tip and a greater knowledge of an ingredient new to me. Oh, we all know we had a propensity to veer off topic on a regular basis, but as a group, we did a fairly decent job of keeping posters from taking themselves too seriously and focus on the topic.
These days, I am rarely compelled to spend as much time on SE. As SE has grown and changed their management style, it has become difficult to take it "seriously". Just my opinion.
All that said, this cake is something SLop would make.
HAHAHAHAHA! @arm, you crack me up!
Ah yes. Another clueless newbie.
@Sharon - If you are already using onion and garlic in your recipe, why would you need to use powders? I am with Chiff on this.
@arm - She is not a VEGETARIAN, She is a VEGERARIAN!!
Smoke Daddy's BBQ, Lansdale, PA (I know, I know! BBQ in Lansdale of all places.)
I am around Pavvie. Just don't spend much time Talk. Some of these topics give me hives. Mauve sounds perfect!
Hey Pavvie! I have missed you! What color crayons do you think will induce an idiot unwilling to wait for nature to take it's course?
*hands over a good old scotch*
I hope no one is buying into this garbage.
That's even sicker than the other suggestions!!
This thread is ridiculous!
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Okay. I ended up grilling it on a cedar plank. Drizzled the fish with olive oil. added a bit of fresh ground pepper and sea salt. When I took it off the grill (Med-rare) I let it rest then gave it a little shower of fresh lime juice. It was really delicious. Thanks for sharing your ideas!
Slow roasted pork belly!