Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Timmiluvs, Mar 6, 2016.
I had a seafood and beef pho combo and it was really good.
I’m at BJ’s and I don’t do this kind of eating and I look at everything and I’m like “I can get everything cheaper somewhere else and no fancy required.”
I was at the best oyster bar I've ever been to in Atlantic City this weekend. Oyster bars are slowly becoming my favorite type of restaurant. There were Christmas decorations all around, a great piano player, martini glasses kept in freezers, an incredible bourbon selection, overstuffed blue cheese olives, and some of the freshest seafood I've ever had. I can't wait to go back.
sounds amazing. what was it called?
ive been craving oysters like crrrraaaazy. for being in seattle, there aren't many oyster bars that aren't hipsterish and expensive. i just want some cocktail sauce and HH oysters, none of this champagne ice mignonette shit
i made beef bolognese and a vegan mushroom bolognese with fresh pasta for the first time and wow, i need to make fresh pasta more often
I now really want pho again
Dock's Oyster House
Sometimes those hipsterish places can be worth it haha. I had a horseradish sorbet with oysters at Rose Rabbit Lie in Las Vegas and it blew my mind. Sometimes. I can relate though.
haha yeah i love my hipster foodie places but i guess i just want more places that are the quick n go oyster bar rather having to sit down and get specials read to you when you just want oysters. there's a couple in the city but not close to me
Im going to be making an adobo paste tonight
gonna try and use it as a base for an unorthodox Texas chili
and I want to make a gumbo this week too super bad
its hearty winter food time
I need to make a dish this weekend for an Iron Santa party and the only stipulation is it has to be Red and can't use dye. I'm at a loss right now on what to do
What kind of dish? Like a side? Dessert? Main course?
Anything but main dish
Dessert: Chocolate covered strawberrys, strawberry/jello/pretzel salad, red velvet cake pops, red velvet cupcakes
Side dish: Taco Salad (put the salsa as the top layer so its red), tomato pie, red potato salad, anything with marinara/pasta sauce on top
Blood covered in ketchup
Pasta primavera with tomato sauce so it also has green
Deff red velvet something, but strawberry something is good too
As for a side or app or something, pepperoni and cheese on crackers is simple lol
I think there’s gonna be a lot of tomato based things so maybe stay away from that?? Or hell, lean into it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
meatballs in a crockpot with some kind of tomato sauce
Yeah I wanted to stay away from tomatoes because I figured there would be a lot of them. My wife is making a dessert so I'm pretty sure she'll be making something red velvet. I might just do a baked brie with a raspberry and/or cranberry topping with some crackers. Fairly easy and can be made the day before and just heated up right before we leave or when we get there.
Thanks for the suggestions everyone!
i’d go for something beet-related.
J E L L O
had some pho at this other place and it wasn’t as good as the first place I went to.
I also took my brother and he wasn’t having it and would have rather got Chick Fil A.
I've been gettin' so much pho lately. My build your own bowl is:
House broth, extra spicy
Rare beef, Calamari, Shrimp
Mushrooms, sauteed onions
Then i dump a bunch of black pepper and some Siracha in it with the sprouts or whatever those lil things are they give me.
Modernist Cuisine at Home and The Food Lab are two essential and truly captivating books for anyone interested in food science or elevating their home cooking.
Also y’all, I invested in home sous vide equipment and it’s so worth it. That and the immersion blender are the go to gadgets of mine rn