GI Joe. I was 9...
The article associated with this recipe appears to be wrongly posted- it appears to be the writeup for a "Hot-Brown Burger".
Seina FTW. Awesome !
Instead of the French Bread you should put this between two slices of French Toast.
"Fact is, unless you are lucky enough to live in delivery range of one of the good ones, are willing to travel great distances for good pizza, or make it yourself, America remains a pizza dessert."
@missmochi and mgnnn: I assumed that "infamous" was intended. In a true black forest cake each of the layers is either moistened with or soaked in a kirsch (cherry liqueur) syrup. Sometimes the cherries used in the recipe and as a garnish are soaked overnight in kirsch.
Depending on who made the cake this can be either a rich chocolate-cherry dessert or it can be a rich chocolate-cherry dessert that will mess you up. And it's not always easy to tell which you are eating (drinking ?). A cake that will live in infamy.
Same as above. CTRL-Click moves me directly to the link (leaving the page that I am on) without giving the option to "open link in new tab" or "open link in new window", etc. Limks in the articles and in the banners down th right and left sides work correctly.
I am using Firefox 18.0.1 and Windows 7.
@ zippydog: Where are you getting your Buffalo Chicken? Seems to me that I've encountered an awful lot of sausage that is "flavorless" compared to Buffalo Chicken...
fried w/wilted greens
It Links correctly for me...
I like this one (modified from America's Test Kitchen): Hearty Beef Stew
navy bean soup.
OK you've seen the pictures. Now do a Google search for "PRI Pizza Research Institute". The top result (their home page) tells you: "Pizza Research Institute voted best pizza in Eugene 7 years running".
Wrap your brain around that fact.
Someone was SECOND BEST... :-)
Best slide show EVER !
The recipe specifies "light beer". Is this referring to the color or the alcohol/calorie content (in other words- is Budweiser OK, or does it need to be Bud Light)?
There is (or was) at least one Pumpkin Tree
Bad Mamma Genny Pumpkin Tree
I agree with Kenji- for years the place on the way home was 7-11.
Two hot dogs (don't even pretend that they are good- get the cheapest they've got) covered with the "Push for Cheese" and "Push for Chili".
Might regret it in the morning, but at 2:00 AM they wolf down just fine.
Kraft American Singles
A seafood feast on Singapore Air from Hong Kong to Manilla. Angel-hair rice pasta (pancit)with about a million of the tiniest shrimp I have ever seen. Chopsticks and the best soy sauce ever...
"West Carolina Style BBQ" is recognized thing. Look up BBQ restaurants in any of those towns and you should do OK. Keep in mind that the BBQ there is not the same as KC or Texas BBQ (and not the same as East Carolina style BBQ)
Check out Regional BBQ Styles. The remarks in the comments section also include some debate on which place offers the BEST...
@ adrian I'm not having that problem. Everything looks normal.
@ Hawk Please don't be so defensive. The reason you are getting all this flak is because the title of the article is "The Hot Dog Hall of Fame: 20 Hot Dogs We Love in America". The title reads like this is a "Serious Eats' favorites" list; not a "Hawk Krall's favorites" list.
A better title could have been "My Hot Dog Hall of Fame: 20 Hot Dogs I Love in America".
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