Rockin' Rolls is no longer on E 6th
Patika coffee trailer has the best french press, espressos, cappuccinos and lattes. hands down.
just visited yesterday! the earthy tasting Rattlesnake was my favorite.
As a kid my family would eat avocado smashed up in a bowl with a spoonful of sugar. It wasn't until I was a bit older that I experienced it in savory dishes — mainly in guacamole form.
homemade oreos, potato chip butterscotch cookies
that vietnamese stuff that comes in a red can.
steamed broccoli, slathered in mayo. scrambled eggs with sriracha. moffles with pb&j. frozen corn or peas cooked in lots of butter, salt, pepper. fried rice made form leftovers. a fried egg on top of something... anything.
i don't think adding tofu to lion's head meatballs could come from a "classic" recipe. i've never heard of anyone doing that and it seems very atypical of chinese cuisine.
i think what makes grilled pork banh mi so good is the "grilled" pork. there is no chargrilled flavor if you cook it in your oven. this seems sad.
steamed broccoli with mayo slathered on top, maki-sushi made with hot dogs, avocado mashed up with sugar, hot noodles with peanut butter and soy sauce
bye bye jack in the b-fish
bacon fried up slice by slice
and tender chops are oh so nice!
can you see how one might cling
onto a bag crisp chitterlings?
nom. nom. nom.
my childhood friend's brother used to catch squirrels in their backyard. they cooked em. sometimes i'd find frozen squirrel parts in the freezer.
omg i want
that's my soup dumpling!
this is at Nan Xian Man Tou Dian in Shanghai. there was only broth inside with tiny bits of crab meat and roe. it was ok, not crazy good. i think the novelty of it is better than the actual flavor of the soup. you are not supposed to eat the dough, but i tried it. it was much like soggy pie crust.
the xlb here are not as good as the taipei chain, din tai fung. but this is supposed to be a landmark restaurant to visit while visiting shanghai.
we always have duck for christmas
Some friends have a cat named Butters. They used to live across the street from a cat that looked just like Butters. We called him I Can't Believe it's Not Butters.
omg, my mom used to always describe the texture of some foods as "qq" when i was growing up and i thought she was crazy. i thought we were the only ones that used that. it's a real term!
i had horse nigiri in japan last year. i could barely swallow it, but i think it was psychological.
Din Tai Fung in Taipei for soup dumplings... and then hit the streets for taiwanese street food.
popeye's red beans and rice and biscuits
um, and chick-fil-a's chicken sandwiches
seems so very wrong, but the vegan chili at dog almighty is my favorite in austin.
i'd suspect the cd spindle is not made from food-grade plastic, and therefore should not be used to store food.