Panago makes delicious salads! I had no idea! @o@
goddamn I love me some goat's cheese
herp derp gonna make some salad dressin' tonight, gonna make a poppyseed salad dressin'
e: Here's the recipe!
I just ate a delicious pastry. Is there anyone out there who doesn't like pastries? I doubt it, but if so I'd like to know why.
Picked up some pepperoni rolls from this really good Italian deli today. Lunch tomorrow is going to be great.
Kill ALL the Vriskas!: A silly fan adventure
So long, thanks for all the fish...
My girlfriend and I make a *&^%ing ROCKIN' Chicken Korma. When I have the recipe in front of me, I'll have to share... we have dubbed it "happiness on a plate". It. Is. AMAZING.
krinkle, please share! I love me some korma.
Last night I whipped together a pretty quick-and-easy beef lo mein! It made a ton, so I actually got three meals out of it. It was as follows:
Basic Lo Mein
* 1 Package dried Chinese-style Soba Noodles
* 1 Medium onion, sliced then halved
* 1 clove garlic, crushed
* 2 tbsp. peanut oil
* 1 green pepper, sliced
* 1 handful sliced mushrooms, your choice (I used regular white mushrooms)
* one small package of thinly sliced beef (or you could slice your own beef) (not sure on the total amount)
* A metric assload of soy sauce
* 1 tsp of corn starch
* fresh-ground black pepper to taste
Boil the noodles for about 5 minutes. Drain, rinse with cold water, and set aside. Then heat up the peanut oil on medium high and toss the beef on there. Season with the pepper and cook for about a minute, then toss in the onions and mushrooms. after another minute, throw in the green peppers. After another minute has passed add in as much soy sauce as you can stand and heat a little longer, then put aside. Fill the pan with about a half cup of water, a quarter cup of soy sauce, and the corn starch -- it should thicken up JUST a bit. When that's heated up put the noodles back on the pan and stir until well coated, then add the beef, onion, mushrooms, and green peppers and cook until everything is warm.
Excuse my ignorance here but when you say sliced beef the only kind that really jumps to my read is roast beef. Would it be easy to find sliced beef in a local grocery store?
My favorite simple and probably not that healthy lunch/breakfast snack: Nutella and banana sandwhiches. Just toast some bread, slice up some bananas, and slather on the Nutella. It takes a bit of work making sure the bananas are evenly cut, and not falling out of the sandwich, but so delicious! Would probably be even more amazing if I added strawberries, but I next to never remember to buy them.
Oh man, I'd forgotten how good capers were until just now. Does anyone know where capers come from? Do they grow on trees? Are they some other plant after being pickled? Seriously, where the hell do they come from???
Okay, thanks. My curiosity has been sated.
If it's that easy to find sliced beef Kuraiou then I may have to try that recipe you just gave to us. It sounds pretty delicious.
Hah, not beef but I've never seen beef in thin slices before so I wasn't sure if it was commonly cut that way. That's all I was trying to get across there.
THE BEST CHEESE
You can disagree with me but you will be wrong
My mom got some from an organic grocery store and it is amazing
How does one go about smoking cheese? Is it cured in a smoky room? Is it melted over a hickory fire and then allowed to re-solidify? I hunger for food knowledge as well as actual food.
I get smoked cheese by going to the store and buying smoked cheese.
Brie is... interesting. I like it, but I had it on a burger, and, well, as far as burgers are concerned swiss or cheddar is better.
I could talk about cheese all day. Especially Kerrygold brand cheeses (although Ivernia is way too strong for my tastes). god blarney castle, hngggggh
GUYS Anthony Nedroid, Of Nedroid Fame, made a recipe and posted it: It sounds delicious. Who is going to make this? I AM.
I could just eat a whole wheel of brie by itself
I really love brie you guys
but the best thing to do with brie is a nice brie en croute
just put a small wheel of brie on a sheet of puff pastry, top it with jam and toasted nuts, and then bring up the edges of the puff pastry to seal it all in.
oh, and then bake it, and don't forget the egg wash.