Heading to Nags Head, NC (aka Outer Banks) for the first time and was wondering if anyone out there had any suggestions as to where we should eat?
My boyfriend and I are pretty adventurous eaters and like to stay away from chain restaurants (and screaming kids...lol).
Any advice is appreciated!
Just wondering if anyone out there has an authentic mofungo recipe? I know, in Puerto Rico, it's made with chicaronnes, but I haven't found anywhere in my area (Philly burbs) where I can get them. If anyone knows, please...hook me up!
If not, what ingredient can I use as a substitute?
I'm having a picnic for the 4th and have a vegetarian friend coming. Since everyone else will get fresh, super yummy food, I want her to have the same! I've been searching online for a veggie burger recipe, but all the recipes I've read sound so bland and boring.
Any suggestions are welcome!
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