I do something similar, but a little more work. I package the strips rolled in saran wrap in packages of 2-3 pieces with a layer of saran wrap between each piece. This way, when I want bacon, I take a single portion out of the freezer at a time and I still have strips, if thats how I want to eat it.
I made this and it was great--but I did make a few changes. Instead of the orange juice, I used 1/8 c lemon juice, 1/8 c water and 1/4 c milk. I tasted the batter and felt like it was too sweet, so I added another 1/2 c of almond meal. I also added more almond extract because I really like a nutty flavor. Great cake.
To be honest, I thought this bar was a big miss. The caramel was rock hard and the three layers did not stay together at all. The top layer is really delicious and the brownie is good...but all three layers together just didn't work.
Panna II: It's an Indian restaurant with a really fun/festive atmosphere, decent food and super cheap. BYOB so what could be wrong!?
As I recall, Oreo O's were the shit. Almost worth the cost of flight to South Korea.
I have Deb's book and it's amazin'
For me, this review is tainted by the "I ran off to The Dutch immediately afterward" side note. It adds pretention to an otherwise thoughtful and earnest review. There's no way that the food was so bad that Carey had to run off to one of NY's chicest restaurants directly following....
tomatoes and corn!
I second Otto in a big way. It's also a good choice to bring parents to that's not so expensive.
I don't know... I have to come down pretty hard against your meatball stance. I actually had them last night for dinner. If you spread them out on a plate and then flip once while in the microwave, you get some good meatballs! Also, I definitely don't think they need any additional fat. They taste pretty dang good to me. I guess taste and opinion are incredibly subjective, but I wouldn't want this post to deter someone from purchasing one of my favorite easy-dinners of all time.
Cool interview! But I have to disagree with one thing.... the basil gelato at Il Laboratorio del Gelato is heaven!
I've actually made more than a few Momofuku Tacos in my day!
What do you think of Haagen Dazs' limited edition vanilla espresso bean swirl?
The Zucca from Grandaisy is my absolute favorite, though the Funghi comes close. I think Zucca is seasonal, though.. but it's worth the wait.
mojito pops are amazing
Living in Austin for a brief time helped bolster my appreciation for the flavors of BBQ.
Big bbq for my whole fam
So much amazing food in ONE PLACE. If I got to go, it would be like having a second birthday!
The Joy of Cooking (also my first cookbook!)
WOW. amazing. inspired.
More like this, please.
fresh tofu at zenkichi made me a believer!
I second (or third?) Norther Spy. Also great, and of a similar style, is Back Forty. There are two locations, so you could tailor that around where you're going to be.