Piping hot gravy served from an insulated gravy boat will cover a multitude of sins.
(Gastronomic, not biblical. Alas.)
A fiver for a portion of chips? Six dollars for a battered sausage?
They're having a laugh, surely.
You got cronuts?
And to think, all I wanted was a recipe for chicken pot pie.
Good gosh that looks good.
Is it just me, or is the bread heart-shaped ?
Either way, I'm feeling the grilled cheese love.
This option has always been available, there's nothing revolutionary about it.
That looks fantastic.
Toast is now worthy of being reviewed?
"Junior, get the honey."
We make an almost identical recipe at our house, but we use chopped kale instead of spinach.
Yes, I've done both when we had our farm in America and was a 4-H and FFA kid. Now I live abroad and only eat meat and fowl that are from free-range, organic small-scale farmers whose approach to animal husbandry I trust.
Wine aside, which sounds great, you kids look adorable together. All the best for a long food & wine-filled life together. Happy early Valentine's Day from Ireland.
Great photo. Looks fab!
@hollymayberry, I thought they looked familiar.
I wouldn't mind trying the syrup on the chicken slider.
Must agree with all previous posts regarding price.
11 bucks? That's really ripping the arse out of it.
Ed, you're a grown-ass man and if you want to mainline the pint, then do so.
Shine on, you crazy diamond.
Please Kenji, tell me that was a Dukes of Hazzard reference and not a nod to Full House.
Balance and moderation.
Now pass the fries, please.
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