Ohh yum! I made grilled gouda on Rye with ham and apple butter lastnight for supper! Might have to have something different tonight!
Danzka Vodka! I
I feel bad for anyone buying anything from the Keflavik airport Duty Free shop.. Super super expensive!! :/ I can remember them having some sort of liquer with moss in it... how bizarre!
@mignonette, Im not sure where you are located so this may not be very helpful. But here in Canada you can get Kinder Eggs year round in the drugstores. So if you have any Canadian friends you could have a boatload of them shipped to you from Canada.
Homemade Fudge pops made with Silken..Tofu !!!
You have to try Pizza everywhere you travel! Its a must! The Pie's differ so much everywhere you go!
Pizza in Crete Greece was so yummy! Baked in wood-stone ovens, with fresh picked olives as a topping! You really can't beat it!
Here in Canada .. Donair Pizza!
Now im hungry :)
Although I agree posting you resume is tacky!
They see em trollin' they hatein'.
People in the "Talk" area will trash you to no end, if you even mention "healthy" or "diet". Even if people are just curious or trying to be helpful about healthy options.
People sometimes are just not to nice..
I guess that's just the nature of anonymous posting on the interwebs. :)
I work with a gal who actually can not eat meat its a condition (see link),
You seem to have a mental block for meat, I went through the same issue when I was a teenager and even sometimes now I will have a week where I can't tolerate it at all.
It may just go away on its own with time, you should be able to work your way back into normal meat, try boneless skinless chicken, and bonless steak, cut any extra fat off. Maybe even cut into small pieces and use in stir fry.
This is what I did and Im back to eating chicken wings and ribs like a BOSS :P
I go To Calais Maine:
Andy Cap Hot Fries
Mountian Dew Blue
Bailey's Irish cream coffee flavor
Poptarts (we only have 1/4 of the types you have)
Milk and Chicken Tenders
Reeses Peanut Butter
Red Baron Pizza
Hamburger Helper (we only have 1/2 of the types you have)
Easy Cheese (cheese in a can)
Krazy Salt / Pepper
Old Bay seasoning
Your funny Red Hotdogs :P
The list really goes on and on...
We always stop at Dunkin Donuts for baked goods and coffee, although, I find the coffee is watery :(
and Burger King for a Whopper because your hamburger tastes different for some reason :)
I really like Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, it can be pretty expensive, but personally I think its well worth the money.
Well Jeeze…. It was just a harmless suggestion, I thought it would be a good Idea.
I don't think it would be boring,
Different people have different interests, I love to eat!!! And I just lost 30lbs Eating take out almost everyday and met my goal weight of 120lbs, it was a fun challenge.
*teacher talk* thanks for the help.
AnnieNT- Im going to have give the Danish blue a try, I love all different kinds of cheese but this one just didn't do it for me! Although with crackers and honey! That sounds pretty amazing!
Went in 2010 to the Music fest and I ate at this place ....
yup in Canada they are everywhere! So good!
1 block of cream cheese
1 cup of shredded chedder
1 jar of sliced jalapeno with juice
1/2 bottle of salsa
Empty into a pot on med low heat. Stir until melted.
The only type of Queso we get here is made by Tostito's it comes in glass jars and tastes like canola oil.
So I made up this recipe.
I can remember back in the 90's McDee's briefly had apple pie a la mode on the menu, here in Canada. They would put the apple pie in a little square tray then top with soft serve and caramel sauce :)
Well shoot they make me look like a big fat liar I could have swore they had poutine the last time I was there.
Oops I gave you the french link...
Sorry here is the English link LOL
Here you go...
I would make a baked gnocchi dish, I use a tomato pasta sauce and an alfredo mixed together (use bottled if you don't have time to make it up). I boil the gnocchi until it floats, put in in a baking dish, pour on the sauces sprinkle with your fav spices... I use cayenne pepper or ghost pepper spice, then smother it in mozza and cheddar. Bake until the cheese is melted. Easy!!
Check out the movie "Food Inc" It's currenty available on Netflix. It will change the way you look at food in America. Here is the link for IMDB.
You missed the Dutch Ollie Ballen :) Ummm fried dough with raisins or blueberrys with powdered sugar.. served warm!
Bacon Bourbon Brownies - from Food in my Beard, originally from Food and Wine - makes 25 brownies
1/2 cup pecans, toasted
1/2 pound sliced bacon
8 ounces bittersweet chocolate, chopped
2 ounces unsweetened chocolate, chopped
1 stick plus 2 Tbsp butter
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
3 Tbsp bourbon
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 1/2 cups flour
1/4 cup bourbon
Preheat the oven to 350. Line a 9-inch square baking pan with aluminum foil. Spray the paper with vegetable spray.
In a skillet, cook the bacon over moderate heat, turning once, until crisp, 6 minutes. Drain on paper towels and let cool; reserve 3 tablespoons of the fat. Finely chop the bacon.
In a saucepan, combine both chocolates with the butter and stir over very low heat, until melted; scrape into a large bowl. Beat in both sugars with the reserved 3 tablespoons of bacon fat. Beat in the 3 Tbsp of bourbon. Add the eggs and salt and beat until smooth. Sift the cocoa and flour into the bowl and beat until blended.
Scrape the batter into the prepared pan and sprinkle the bacon and pecans on top. Lightly press bacon and pecans into batter.
Bake for about 50 minutes, until the brownies are set around the edges but slightly wobbly in the center; a toothpick inserted into the center should have some batter clinging to it. Immediately pour 1/4 cup bourbon over top of the brownies.
Transfer the pan to a rack and let the brownies cool completely. Cut into squares or rectangles and serve.
Saint John, New Brunswick. Canada :P
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