Fajitas are typically cooked on cast iron, everything is charred and thoroughly coated in a cooking fat of some kind. The end product is usually served still on the cast iron it was cooked on. Then it’s served with tortillas and sides like guacamole,
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This looks pretty cool. Here in Hawaii, we have a variety of avocados called Sharwil. They are creamier than the typical Haas variety and take days after cutting before they brown. Even when they do, only a small layer on top does, you can
Wild. We have two connections to farmers that haven’t sold out to outfitters yet. It’s just a matter of time and I don’t blame them.
Yeah, legitimately no actual fish involved in this here besides maybe the smoked crab… I’m not a fan of the fake krab that has become a staple of the American style rolls
Absolutely wonderful experience. The service and the way the courses advance from one into another are really what strikes you as impeccable as the menu develops. The food was stellar, right from the beginning canape all the way to the dessert. The jowl of
Wow… Momma_dukes, you made me turn “beet-red”! Thank you so, so much for the kind words and for “getting” what I do… I must say that really made my day. As for another name for these “nachos”, you’re right! I should come up with
What a great contribution! I Love mashed potatoes and gravy but don’t usually want to spend the time or money on a full roast. I am going to save this and give it a try. Cheers
more then a minute. u can cook the whole steak like that. it gets this awesome. crust of butter on the outside. its so badass
my bad, i meant sausages not meatballs. [Nanny’s Pavillion](http://www.nannyspavillon.com) has various creation of pancake and maybe this one doesn’t look like pancake because it is covered with mozarella cheese and sausages.
god that guy charges like a motherucker for that fruit. what a cheap arsehoole. he should shove up some of the fruit up his ass for being so damn cheap
I have been to Cafe du Monde in New Orleans numerous times and they sell their beignets with powdered sugar. See [here.](http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.apassionandapassport.com%2F2013%2F05%2Fcafe-du-monde-french-quarter.html&h=0&w=0&tbnid=4ML_v29uafYY5M&tbnh=225&tbnw=225&zoom=1&docid=hcfFYGz6DPkhpM&ei=qkwuU8XJHOnT2wWxtYFo&ved=0CA4QsCUoBA) Actually, I have tried to find a French Quarter beignet finished with something other than confectioners (powdered) sugar and have not been
Deconstructed Key Lime Pie (Beth’s Original Recipe) Molecular Cuisine with Reverse Spherification Graham Cracker Crust: 2 cups Graham crackers ¼ cup Brown sugar 4 TBS melted butter Pulse graham cracker and brown sugar in food processor until fine crumbles from. Slowly add melted butter
Well glad you replied now than never. Hopefully I go to Las Vegas over the summer and I’ll be sure to stop there just for this.
Yes! Actual Momma! I have raised three boys and now it is just my husband and me at home. I have a granddaughter on the way, though!! Now that I have the time to cook, all the kids are gone; a bit of a
Was about to make a post about posting an original picture, how soggy were they, blah blah blah. But, the link seems to be from your blog and answers a lot. Good Job!
Dude, you could make some of these bags and take them camping. I would rip the bag open, slop it into a cast iron skillet on get it hot on the fire then eat it with warm pieces of naan or hot dog bun.
I have no idea what Red Robin is… Aha. I’m from Halifax, NS and the restaurant is called ‘The Auction House’. @AuctionHouseHFX on Twitter.
Hi Greggilan! Indeed, truffle honey is honey infused with truffle tubers… and it is absolutely outstanding! I do hope you get to try some. I predict you’ll never forget it 🙂
I am so glad that you added this link. Helps to see why *this* grilled cheese is super special! Wonderful cheese selection. And bacon…well, there’s that! Nice job.
I grew up in New England on the coast and ate seafood all the time. I cannot remember the first time that I ate raw oysters and littlenecks; I was so young. I loved all seafood except…squid! I don’t think that it was entirely
I bought some fresh local goat cheese from the farmers’ market. It was so good I had to fight the urge to just eat it with a spoon! I mixed it with the potatoes (used a ricer) and added a little cream, butter, chives
You probably hear it as ‘poot-sin’ because of the habit we have of pronouncing the ‘t’ when it’s in the middle of some words as a ‘ts’. Same way as in English ‘nature’ to me sounds like ‘nay-chur’, in Quebec-French most would pronounce it
my rectum is thrilled at this masterpiece. can’t wait to shit all over my covers while i sleep tonight after i eat this
Compared to white rice, it is a lot more.. erm… “meaty”. It has a flavour. 😛 If you have had wild rice and liked it, you will find this different but along the same lines. I find both wild rice and black rice work