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Home made pop tarts

It’s a competing brand in the US. They’re sold frozen and have a flaky pastry shell, filling more easily identified as actual fruit, and an icing packet. Basically a slightly more upscale pop tart type thing. But the downside is that they’re less portable

Chipotle Pesto Chicken Burrito Bowl. Oh man.

Here’s the recipe, for anyone interested. You can also find it and more photos at http://blog.hostthetoast.com/chipotle-pesto-chicken-burrito-bowls/ **Ingredients** *For the Chicken:* 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves Juice of ½ a lime 1 handful fresh cilantro, chopped 1 tablespoon chili powder 1 ½ teaspoons cumin

Khachapuri

Look for Ajarski. That’s the name of this food. It’s a variation of Kachapuri. The version Armenians(I’m armenian) refer to as just plain kachapuri is filo dough with cheese in the middle(sometimes add other stuff but just like with grilled cheese…you get the point).

Potato Soup

I make something pretty similar. But, instead of 9 potatoes, I use about 5 and a head of cauliflower. I peel & dice up the potatoes and toss them and the chopped up cauliflower in a pot. Cover them with milk and boil until

First Shackburgers from Shake Shack Chicago

I’ll have to respectfully disagree with you. The freezing of the fries is what improves the fry. Its a feature for the customer as well as them. You may perceive those fresh fries as a better value… but they’re kind of not. [From this](http://aht.seriouseats.com/archives/2010/05/the-burger-lab-how-to-make-perfect-mcdonalds-style-french-fries.html)

Cheesy Pesto Pull-Apart Bread

I have a completely serious question: Lately I’ve noticed a proliferation of the word “cheesy” in recipes. What is the difference between “Cheesy Bread” and “Cheese Bread”? (Or, more generally, “Cheesy Something” vs. “Cheese Something”.) To me, to describe something using “Cheesy” is to

Homemade Oreo Donuts

Dude. You are hardcore pimping her site out. She’s lucky! (And you’re lucky to have her) I loved her recipes, though the mobile version of her site is AWFUL. Between the top of the page (where she has the “follow me on Pinterest) and

Roes of Salmon (Sushi)

*sushi* literally means “having the property of being soured”, referring to the vinegared rice. it cannot be sushi without rice. but it doesn’t need seafood to be sushi either (try tamagoyaki nigiri). *sashimi* literally means “pierced body”, which i believe refers to the way

French Onion Soup

It’s actually quite easy… I make my own all the time and here is how… Chop up 3 last sweet Vidalia onions, 3 red onions, put in large pot with a few tablespoons of butter and cook til they are translucent. Add in 2

Breakfast or dessert?

In the UK, although people do occasionally eat pancakes for breakfast (called American pancakes), they’re almost always a dessert item. I would be perfectly happy to eat this for breakfast and every other meal of the day, but unless you’re American/Canadian the title doesn’t

Fried chicken from hottie B,s in Tennessee

Main Street in East Nashville has some cool places. Edley’s BBQ is pretty good, Bolton’s Hot Chicken, YeastNashville, Fat Bottom Brewing (the beer is okay, but the food is really good). The best brewery in town (IMO) is Tennessee Brew Works. They have great

Comfort Food Alert: Gratin Potatoes

Recipe for Gratin Potatoes Ingredients 3 tablespoons butter 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups milk 2 cups shredded cheese 4 russet potatoes, thinly sliced 1 onion, minced Salt and pepper to taste Instructions Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees

Croissant + Donut = Cronut

I’m a little confused by what you mean by french dough. If you mean the dough used for a French loaf then no croissant dough is very very different. It’s dough that has literally been folded with butter over and over again. The process

Brie Croque Monsieur Sandwiches

Lets take the whole short entry which shows that while it may sometimes happen clearly it is not the norm or even common. > n most regions, the sandwich is savory rather than sweet. Traditionally, it is dipped in its entirety in egg batter

Georgian Adjaruli Khachapuri

Yes, I love Canoes too! They sit in the water so pretty like. And are so smooth through the water. I like to have a comfortable sit in a canoe and just swim with my paddle. Maybe stick a hand in the water? Especially

Turkish Lamb Sandwich

You should try İskender Kebab in a classy restaurant. You can order a Lahmacun too. If you just wanna try, there are mini-lahmacuns (Fındık Lahmacun) http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-S0GeZHuGIxo/UUm1KtJYuRI/AAAAAAAAAP0/3l808k0JJlU/s1600/IMG_0965.JPG http://www.cinaraltikebap.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/img1_b_3f09780122.jpg After İskender, order a Künefe. http://www.ekolkunefe.com/trans_banner/image1.jpg These, you will find in little street restaurants or street sellers