Maybe I went on an off night but I was rather disappointed. The brisket was dry, the sausage was odd (couldn't wrap my head around a smoked, italian sausage), and the beef rib (my favorite thing in the world, and almost $25 for one) was dry and stringy. There was almost no smoke ring and it tasted slightly bitter. Almost as if their smoker was at too high a temp. I was so excited about eating there too, maybe I'll give it another shot.
entenmann's crumb cake!
bourbon ice cream with maple glazed bacon chunks!
the most memorable was the frozen nutella dessert at gotham bar and grill.
simply some honey sweetend ricotta with sliced peaches and plums. heaven in a dish.
Cookie Jar in Staten Island NY!
i got him his first knife (aww, he's just getting into cooking), a sushi rolling mat, and chop sticks. he hasnt given me my gift yet but he did send me flowers that he paid for but never came so he's trying to figure that out..
When my boyfriend took a bite of fried chicken, sat back, and said wow.
I knew I was a good baker when I was a kid. I had yeast breads down when i was around 13 or 14, and made my first wedding cake at 16. And I've always been pretty good at following recipes but I think my "moment" was when I decided to just cook what I wanted to eat without a recipe and my guests said it was the best thing they've ever eaten. Now that I have that confidence in cooking I feel like I can make anything.
on a plate!
going "fancy" definitely porterhouse.
haven't been to many places, but i like hill county nyc.
biscuits and gravy or french toast!