Cacio e pepe has to be some platonic ideal.
Me, I'm going the sausage route.
It sounds vaguely like the midtown street cart white sauce. Is there some odd, backways connection or just a convergence?
I need to make my own damn chicken broth. And cook more chickens.
What are the lines like there?
Nothing beats cooking for - and with - old friends.
A few pieces of sushi, several dumplings, seafood salad,and some soup.
Tomatoes, olive oil, and parmesan.
Cacio e pepe!
Wilfie and Nell puts out an amazing plate of fries.
H*H has great bagels, but I wish they weren't so precious about not toasting them for you.
Straight up :)
We all know that media needs advertising. But it doesn't mean that inserted sponsored recipes in the same style as the real ones isn't unpleasant. As long as it's all clearly noted, I don't have a huge problem with this style of advertising, but I don't like it.
I've become shamefully attached to an electric can opener.
Serious eaters have a big overlap with picky eaters, it seems.
Ouch - that really makes a ham and cheese look pretty lame.
Is there a third ingredient on top there?
salt, basil, and vinegar.
I'd be interested in finding out more about Greek cuisine. All the places by me just serve the same old gyros.
Thanks all - and does anyone know if the hammer has truly fallen on Spicy Mina?
Weinhenstaphener loses a lot when it shifts from tap to bottle. I'm sure they all do, but it's really noticeable there for one of my favorite beers.
My favorite fries, straight up.
Bourdain's the one to throw the best party, no doubt.
For the most part, I stop cooking soup one night a week and add more sandwiches and hummus-type dishes