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Discussion in 'Beer & Food' started by jdcamb, Feb 22, 2018.
It had to be done.
Soup Dumplings from Queens. They were still warm. Stella Artois for the win...
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Homemade hamburger. Garlic burger w/ cheddar, grilled onions and grilled mushrooms. No condiments necessary
Today is National Chili and National Margarita day!
is that fried pork belly all up on there??
That it is
This cheese is so pungent and tasty. It reminds me of a railroad trip from Copenhagen in 1980. We bought the cheese and some bread from a cheese shop near the train station. We opened it up on the rail car and the aroma was overpowering. A older Dutch couple stuck their heads in and demanded to know where we had purchased it as they had been unable to find it. we pointed out the shop but by then the train had started to move. We offered to share it and they sat down with us. They asked where our wine was. We had none so they proceeded to pull out a bottle and we shared for the ride back to Amsterdam. during the trip people would come into our open rail car take one wiff and flee.
It has taken me decades to find something close and this is it. I love it,
Served on a Batard...
A chicken shawarma meal from a local place. Chicken, rice, potatoes, hummus and an assortment of pickled stuff. Normally I love the pickled beats, but this place has pickled red onion; yummm. Not pictured is a side of their delicious baba ganoush, because yolo.
Commence food coma in 3..2..1.
In the midst of making bolognese... mmmm... gonna be hours before it's ready, but
Dude Bolognese Sauce is one of my favorite things. I make it all the time....
Try Proetties in Webster....
Whitey's place been there a lot I ate there every day when I was Building savers
Wifey and I had our wedding rehearsal dinner there many years ago. Awesome place
Dang this was good. Salmon, garlic, green beans, Portobello mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, red onion, red cabbage, Brussels sprouts, carrots, zucchini, banana squash, and Habanero chilies, in teriyaki sauce.
Does Ruth eat your Habanero concoctions?
Rachel likes mine, but has a threshold...
She would reply " oh hell no"