I'm a medical student.
Me too Robyn. I haven't had the stuff for years. Totally craving some now.
Pecan pie. This is my answer to Cook/Bake the Book questions way too frequently. (or not frequently enought....)
swagv, you sound uber-snobby about coffee. What kind of coffee book would you buy? Sounds like none, since you probably pretty hard set in your coffee ways.
"40 inventive recipes that incorporate coffee or taste good with a cup." sounds like there is one part where it discusses coffee without recipes, then another part that discusses how to make things that have coffee flavor or that you might eat with coffee.
I love using soft/spreadable cheeses in burgers rather than slices.
Also, that poster is awesome. Were there more like that?
Salsa on fried rice? Not necessarily sure that this combination will work.
Pizza Hut lunch buffet as a teenager was awesome. I once ate the equivalent of 4 pizzas and then half a dessert pizza. Was so thirsty from all the salt that they eventually just left a pitcher and I started drinking straight from it.
Dessert pizza is awesome. If you don't like it, then don't eat it.
Salt and vinegar chips. Or possibly those hint of lime chips.
Pecan Pie. From the US South.
Life changing isn't necessarily the same as "best".
Your life could be changed from "I don't like Chicago style pizza" to at least "I think it's acceptable."/"Would eat again."/etc. Since Lou Malnati's has a decent number of locations and also ships their pizzas. It could have changed more minds than others.
To eat at the "best" place when you already think you're going to like it could be argued to be not very life changing.
I was waiting for you to bring out the booze almost right after I started reading. These wings look fantastic.
@aharste: If you can source liquid nitrogen, then it isn't hard to do with "home" equipment.
I would also like the recipe for the oatmeal pie. I wonder if you can just sub in oats for pecans in a pecan pie recipe.
Pecan pie. But also other kinds of pie.
It's interesting that Coke Zero is apparently shameful to drink in restaurant kitchens, but apparently regular Coke and Diet Coke are okay.
@car1fsu: Coke tastes like chemicals too. All food and drink tastes like chemicals.
Seems like they forgot to melt the mozzarella like their ads are claiming. Not that I was really expecting them to.
I know Robyn is taking the picture, but it looks like you're sadly eating noodles alone at a big giant table.
Interesting. Wonder how much increased production costs using liquid nitrogen adds (since normally using it is only done as a novelty). What are their prices like?
Libations and dumplings. Back in college, we would use beer bottles as spare rolling pins to increase dumpling skin production rate (then drink the beer of course).
I was also expecting a picture of the rice. Maybe good but not photogenic?
Add some pie dough to make them look like little pies.
Any mac and cheese. I don't care.