I'm lucky enough to be going to the US Virgin Islands for my honeymoon in a couple weeks. Looking for any recommendations really, looking for more of what the locals eat, probably won't go out to more than one fancy dinner. We'll mostly be on St. John but might have a day or two on St. Thomas.
Bonus points for ways to kill time in Logan or San Juan Airport!
I'm at my wits end looking for a decent spatula for my dad. First, to clarify, I'm looking for the metal (non-slotted) turning/flipping type, not the silicone scrapping down the side of a bowl type.
My problem is that they all seem to be either too stiff or crazy flexible. We had an old one (handle broke) that was perfect, just flexible enough that you could flip stuff without the entire thing buckling. Are these extinct?
I'm going to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston this weekend and I was hoping to find a good place to eat while I'm there. I'll be there midday so I'm hoping for some kind of ethnic or deli type casual lunch (ie fairly limited budget). Anything good close by, or a couple T stops away? Thanks!
I recently started working at an organic farm and one of our perks is free produce. Right now I'm coming home with an abundance of amazing baby salad greens mix. This may sound like an odd question (obviously I should make salad) but I'm getting sick of plain old salad.
So far the only other thing I've come up with is to toss the greens with some pasta as soon as it's drained and add some Parmesan, which I love.
The salad mix consists of arugula, mustard greens, mizuna, baby bok choy, baby red kale, some lettuce and other things which I can't think of at the moment.
Anybody have any new things I could try with it? Thanks!
I have an old mortar and pestle and it is worn smooth so it's not very useful for grinding anymore. It seems like such a shame to get rid of it, does anyone know how to roughen it up again? Either who will do it for you or how to do it yourself? If not anything else I could use it for?
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