hummus + veggies! Or that delicious-looking avocado dip you just posted today.
A baguette and some cheese, please!
Attempted to double a recipe for gougéres, but seriously messed up somewhere. Came out like weird cheesy pancake-cookies.
Grade B is more expensive than Grade A, right? Isn't that a pretty good tip-off to comparative quality? Not that more expensive always = better.
poached eggs smooshed on toast with a generous sprinkle of black pepper.
This looks great! What's the acceptable limit on booze in things that children may eat? Granted, I don't have kids (obviously... because I have to really stop to consider what is an acceptable level of booze. For children). But would my relatives with toddlers-to-youngsters really frown upon bringing this to a family party? Thanks!
I just spend a week at the norther Oregon coast. Definitely stop at Bell Buoy for seafood in Seaside-- I liked the fried oyster basket; the crab melt my sister had was also quite good. We stopped at Kelly's Crab between Manzanita and Tillamook (I think just north of Rockaway?) which has a really friendly proprietor and a giant inflatable crab on the roof. Oysters and fresh crab there. Ditto the suggestion for the cheese factory-- too much good eats there to spend at the Tillamook cafe.
There's a microbrewery in Seaside that was OK. But it's in an old jail, which is kind of fun. Their refrigerators are in the former drunk tank.
Waves Of Grain bakery in Cannon Beach was really good, too.
This gets you maybe through your first day-- sounds like a great trip! Have fun!
I had my graduation dinner at Quartino. They have a nice area upstairs for larger parties; it still felt lively and celebratory, and with really tasty food! Highly recommended!
I've been eating this for breakfast all week, but with some pickled red onions rather than raw onion. Yum.
Does anyone else like from-a-box brownies after they've "aged" for a few days? A warm brownie is good, but my favorite is always the forgotten brownie (preferably edge piece) that has been around for at least five days. So chewy. So good.
Betty Crocker mix was always my mom's go-to. I agree about them tasting oily.
Kenji, I like reading your posts, because I always appreciate that you are well-versed in The Internet.
Just black. Always.
I really want this to work. Yes, people will still be able to drink as much soda as they want. But I think it's a powerful educational tool to make the action of purchasing another soda or refilling a soda to be more mindful of how much is consumed-- a consumer-focused "nudge". A tax on soda is just rolled into a slightly higher price, and there may never be the connection that the nominal greater expense is meant as a deterrent.
Let's hope it also elevates the debate about root causes of inexpensive sugary beverages (i.e. gov't subsidies of corn --> high fructose corn syrup in everything).
It's completely ludicrous that 7-11 is exempt.
joy the baker & smitten kitchen are my favorites!
This is probably a lame suggestion, but I LOVE the chocolate chip oatmeal cookie at Potbelly's. Something about how doughy it is just makes me crazy for it.
Check out Sisters Of The Road in Portland. They do wonderful work to source delicious, healthy, sustainable food to serve folks experiencing homelessness– like partnering with B-Line, a bike delivery service that gleans fresh produce from Whole Foods and other vendors. Their kitchen team is amazing.
(Full disclosure, I worked there for a year :)
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