The only thing I dislike eating is natto.
@Robin Bellinger Can I ask what brand of non stick pan you use? I'm in the market for one that is oven safe and non stick. Thanks!
Yes, it's an absolute deal breaker!
oh and i picked up some lump crab at costco and added it into this recipe...definitely didn't suck :)
I made this last night and it was delicious!! I may have used 9inch pan though because the bread crumbs were a little much. I love a crusty topping, but 2 cups plus cheese was a too thick. Great recipe and it certainly will serve 6
Thanks for the recipe! I'm going to try it out tonight :)
Welcome to SF! Definitely don't miss my favorite burrito place: Papalote. A-freakin-mazing http://www.papalote-sf.com/
I know the question was directed at expats, but moving to a different US city can sometimes feel like a different country.
I'm from Seattle and now living in SF. I miss the hell out of Pagliacci Agog Pizzas. If only they would open a chain in San Francisco!
@aespsg HAhaha that's great :)
thanks @josh! i answered my own questions last night and it was DELICIOUS! Great recipe!
Is it possible to replace the pork with chicken breast? (only because I have chicken in my fridge right now)
@BangieB Deep fry or pan fry?
Always head first
@mhurst826 what restaurant was it?
Thick Chinese rice noodles with my mom's home made XO sauce
This is too cute!
please don't change the recipe....please don't change the recipe....please don't change the recipe!
If you're ever in Seattle, don't miss out on Tubs Subs: http://www.tubssubs.com/
"tasty, healthy, popular, American, and an aphrodisiac." .....JUST like Obama :)
do they deliver??? I'm in SF and I'm about to buy a ticket to NY just to try this
Thanks Markbb, unfortunately I'm in a small San Francisco apt without access to a grill. Luckily my apt is freezing (especially in chilly SF summers), so heating up the house wouldn't be a bad thing :)
Haha, I thought he said "Local Boy" last night! I know nothing :)