I am a legal secretary, I love well-made food with a nutritious bent, great wine, and all things outdoors. I live in Wyoming for a reason...
I don't grill (I suck at it), but I would sweetly demand my boyfriend grill them medium rare for us, while I make a mushroom/red wine reduction...
I'm going to make 3 dips and go to a friend's. I'm a SERIOUS Bronco fan, so I don't want to party...until they win :)
I have driven all over the West for barbecue!
Banana Cream Pie :)
New York, medium well, with some roasted brussel sprouts and a glass of Cabernet.
Whiskey and coke. Wait, that's probably bad.
I ate the most food I have ever eaten in one sitting in my life at a Waffle House in Fort Collins, Colorado. YOLO, or whatever.
A burger bar, with all the fixin's you can imagine - and someone else to grill the burgers!
Soggy bun. Nothing worse than a soggy bun.
It was at a place called Sanford's in Casper, WY. It was the best because it was out of control! I just got everything I've ever liked on a burger, on one burger. Runny fried egg, hot wing sauce, bacon, caramelized onions, cheddar and blue cheese, avocado, all on a great burger. It took me an hour to eat that bad boy.
The grilled cheese purists are going to lose their minds.
Going to a grilled cheese truck or restaurant would probably make them shrivel up and die.
This looks good - but, at least in my area, pine nuts cost $5 for a little bag that weights a couple of ounces. Making this pie would cost me $50, no joke.
In n Out. And a Jucy Lucy.
In n Out. I really want to try one before I die.
I love The Amateur Gourmet! Best cooking advice I ever received: "Don't do anything I do." - from my mom, a terrible, terrible cook.
The mac and cheese at HQ BBQ in Casper, Wyoming is the best mac and cheese I have ever eaten in a restaurant, hands down.
My own homemade mac and cheese is my fave, though. Adapted from Martha Stewart's, of course.
My boyfriend is a mac and cheese FIEND...but the kind in a blue box only. Maybe if I win this cookbook he'll learn to expand his horizons?
That was a joke. In my area, people say "East Coast bias" for EVERYTHING.
Dude, no Taco John's or Tacotime? I CALL EAST COAST BIAS. Taco John's is SO GOOD.
My first real ham biscuit in rural Virginia...I could eat that ham every day...
Wyoming: I have no idea. Really. None.
Mine is a chocolate bar on French bread with butter. Yeah. About once every 3 years I get the urge.
@ laurenot - I am also on the Jarlsberg love train. Great flavor and it melts better than cheddar. It has become my absolute favorite grilled cheese cheese. Mmmmmm.
I live in Wyoming. Is that reason enough?
I would make Adam Roberts' The Best Broccoli of Your Life -
and some biscuits and mashed potatoes myself...
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