Get our weekly newsletter. »
Unsubscribe at anytime. Don't worry about your email getting into the wrong hands. We won't sell or share it with anyone.
If you'd like to make your own, here's Mr. Dave's Capital Region Style Hot Dog Sauce.
I believe they're also known as qatayef.
Apparently not, if you read the linked review:
"It was so utterly devoid of flavor that I swear it actually leeched some of the precious life force from my tastebuds. Only by shaking a blizzard of salt and parmesan onto the slices could I extract any flavor from the wedge-shaped objects I with increasing unwillingness inserted into my mouth."
I've seen pluto pups in chippies before, so it's not purely festival food. The battered sav or (saveloy) is distinguished from the dagwood dog by two two things:
1) A battered sav is made with a saveloy sausage: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saveloy) while the dagwood dog is made with an Australian style hot dog. Both are made with a standard fish n' chip batter.
2) Battered savs don't have a stick.
Rock cakes. (Which, despite the name, is a cookie. Or biscuit, depending where you are.)
They're certainly not the first to use a computer to order a burrito - Adobe were doing it back in the 90s.
Do you mean chebakia?
Yep, looks very similar to Wegmans' Marco Polo. I wonder if they evolved separately, or did one inspire the other?
There was a bit in KCRW's Good Food podcast about emu eggs - "[they're] equivalent to 10 chicken eggs and fluff up nicely when scrambled."
bonus tip - it's pronounced "eem-yew", not "e-moo". (/ˈiːmjuː/, if you're IPA inclined.)
The Foil Pie Pan goes platinum
Alternatively, there's Lorena Battazueta's Gourmet Collection, made in Brooklyn. Most of them are oven and dishwasher safe.
Aren't pasties usually made with short pastry, not puff?
Another area of possible confusion- Mars bars.
UK Mars Bar == US Milky Way.
UK Milky Way == US 3 Musketeers.
Mars USA has been kind enough to simplify matters by renaming the US Mars Bar to Snickers Almond.
Chipper isn't the best adjective for a video about fryer fires. I'm sure it's an unintentional pun, but it might be taken the wrong way.
The chestnut scorer has terrible reviews at amazon:
Or the Chip Shot.
That looks like okonomiyaki. Yum!
Summary: Emotional involvement in the tradition of Thanksgiving means everyone screws up the turkey. Butchering the turkey means you can cook it correctly.
They sous vide the cuts with sage, thyme, garlic, butter (or other fat), and while that's happening, caramelize the bones (no stirring until it's done). Achatz chops what looks like celery, onions, and garlic, deglazes the carcass with wine, then the video ends. Is there more of this video?
No love for Lego Eggos?
No need to apologize, annzee. We won't be offended if you avert your eyes
101 Cookbooks has some more suggestions for a vegan Thanksgiving.
A set o' East saté eats sate!
Here's the link, which seems to be missing in action.
Looks like I've missed out on a possible substitute for Arnotts' Hundreds and Thousands.
This comes uncomfortably close to speaking ill of the dead. Seriously, you don't know who the other Michael Jackson is?
And they have t-shirts!
A peanut butter, wasabi, mayonnaise, tomato sauce, bacon & egg sandwich.
zamboni hasn't written a post yet.
zamboni hasn't favorited a post yet.