Discussion in 'Carolina Hurricanes' started by garnetpalmetto, Nov 27, 2018.
Time for the next course, gents.
More food. Yumm
Weenies and fries.
Having some bostongurka on the side. It's awful. I was going to call you Americans out for that but it turns out it's Swedish shenanigans and nothing to do with Boston.
Had to google it to see what it was. Looks a bit like relish to me, but not the sweet pickle relish that tends to be more common here in the States. You always have to love when US cities/state names get attached to things I don't associate them with in various foreign countries. Bostongurka here, Boston Pizza in Canada, Indiana Tex-Mex in France...
I don't know what the actual what is going on. The package insists it's "BostonStyle American pickle relish", and the ingredients are pretty much the same as the normal sweet pickle relish I like to have, but this one lacks any kind of sweetness. It's like they went all in with onion.
Chicago Style kurkkusalaatti 415 g - Kurkkusalaatit - Felix
Obviously having bought it from a 85 cent sale may possibly hold a hint why the taste is off.
And what's worse is the description there says Chicago style? Heck no. Chicago style relish is neon green.
gas station fried chicken. Krispy Krunchy. best **** ever
I've become mildly addicted to Korean fried chicken. I eat at Bonchon in Chapel Hill a little too regularly...
we're making some chicken biriyani in the instant pot tonight
Then don’t go to Cafe Soo on Capital Blvd. Just sayin’...
we got an air fryer
it is a neat appliance
fair warning, it has a habit of coating nearby surfaces with an oily something or other
Speaking of wieners and relish, aside from mustard, Mrs. Campbell’s Chow Chow is generally the only condiment I use on meats in tube form these days.
Chow Chow. America's secret weapon in the fight for flavor.
this model uses no oil unless you are making fries
Not a fan of the food talk at the moment... Needs more Bojangles, Cookout, NC BBQ, or Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in the discussion
I got a lasagnette in the oven. I'm not much of help.
Had a cilantro lime shrimp rice bowl from costco for lunch. Those things aren't bad and relatively low (240) in calories. Much lower than anything you can get from the listed above by @CandyCanes. Although those are probably much more appetizing as well.
ribeye sandwiches. thin cut ribeye, carmelized onions, sauteed green peppers and A-1 on a steamed hamburger bun. I'm on my 3rd
My wife wanted to do Fearrington House for our anniversary, so we did Fearrington House for our anniversary. We did not look at the menu before we went. As soon as we opened it, we realized we had not understood what we were getting ourselves into.
We are now eating ramen every day for the rest of the year, including Christmas day.
But it was delicious.
look at mah wangs
Wings are the easiest thing in the world to make and people don't know it. It takes like half an hour. People are grilling them and such....nah. Brush them with olive oil, throw them in the oven on 500 or 550. The higher the better. when the skins crisp up turn them over. Turn em again in about 5 minutes, sauce them, broil them until the sauce carmelizes, and you're done. I can start with nothing and have food ready to eat in an hour, including a run to the grocery store.
Best wing place I've ever known is Parkside Grill in Moline Illinois. They're famous for their *grilled* wings. I asked one of the cooks one time how they do it and she admitted they do them in the oven. They just throw them on the grill at the end because people want to see grill marks.
I don't like buffalo sauce though. I usually do mine Jamaican or Daytona style. Still spicy, but with a sweetness too.
Can confirm easiness factor. The local pizza place I work at has some of the best wings I’ve ever had. They’re just generic food distributor wings run through our oven 2-3 times. Now I want their wings and they’re closed Sunday, dammit
Aw man, now I want wings!
Seriously I do. I might go to the store and buy me some wings to make tonight.
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