Too funny! Was that penciled quote from the delivery guy?
I love it when folks do that.
Ha! That's great!
I started working on a colorized version of that graphic.
Good news for anyone who lives within 150 miles of a Kyrspy Kreme.
I haven't tried reheating pizza that way but it looks like it would work. Seems like too much effort compared to Ye Olde Toaster Oven though.
(but ... egads! ... avoid the microwave)
So. It is done. I, the proud New York Pizza Snob, have eaten authentic Chicago Style "pizza".
The concierge at the fancy hotel some of my family stayed at agreed with my brother-in-law's suggestions as to where we could get "authentic" CS"P", as opposed to chain-restaurant CS"P" or tourist CS"P". He also told us that he's eaten pizza in New York and that CS"P" isn't even close to being as good as NY pizza. We had a choice between a place where we would have to wait for 3 hours, or a place where we would have to wait for 2 hours. We went with the 2 hour wait to get into a place called Lou Malnati's. Four of their full-size "pizzas" served nine very hungry people, with about 3/4 of a pie left over at the end.
This photo is the one that is supposedly their specialty, with a thick layer of sausage under the tomatoes. Personally my favorite was the veggie, despite my fondness for consuming dead animal flesh; it may have something to do with the fact that we had already strayed way off the camp by eating this stuff in the first place, so it didn't matter that there was a non-standard cheese (cheddar) on it. For each variety, the crust was firm but flaky, lighter than it looked, and the flavors blended well.
Was it tasty? Yes. Was it pizza? Not even close. Was it worth the wait? Hell no.
Cayenne-mozzarella tzatziki served with tortilla chips.
It makes people say "Wait, what?" in five different languages.
We just ordered sandwiches from some random local place here in Texas
I got the "vegan superfood wrap" ... some sort of ground mushroom patty, roasted red peppers, quinoa, avocado, and jalapeno hummus on a spinach wrap.
But since I'm not a vegan ... I ordered it with bacon. For the lulz.
(And it was good.)
That time a year again where pandora laments losing her copy of BTX's latke recipe.
That time-a-decade again where pandora logs in.
Here it is. Still the best. Don't be a stranger, ok? ;)
Apr 14 2000 9:48pm from btx
Latkes are the easiest thing to make. Even though my forefathers didn't
distribute gelt (much to my chagrin, chocolate coins rule!) I still know
BTX's authentic jewish latkes (information leaked to him by someone's
jewish grandma - NOW I KNOW YOUR SECRETS!!)
You need very little to make some for you and yours. (adjust if you can
eat lots and lots of fried food) You may want to grab some sour cream or
applesauce if you're one of those communists.
1 small onion
1 big egg
1 tsp baking powder
Make your grandma proud (yours, not mine), 2 tbsp matzoh meal
Oil - the fattier, the better
1 mixing bowl
1 small bowl for egg
1 frying pan / fryer
- First clean the potatoes. Don't be a scumbag.
- Next, grate the potatoes until they are but potato filings. It's best
to use your food processor, I've found my invisible food processor sucks.
- Next put all the filings into a cheesecloth and drain the potatoes.
Don't forget to do this or you'll end up with runny pancakes!
- Next, beat that whole egg until it's your bitch
- Next chop up the onion into the mixing bowl
- Mix in the potato until it's a nice solution of potato filings and
onion. You may have to TOUCH the mess with your hands to truly mix it.
- mix in egg
- mix in 1.5 tsp of baking powder - key to form pancakes
- If you want, dump in the matzoh meal. If you're an official jew, you
MUST do this
- It is at this time that I start heating the oil. I use olive oil
because my veins don't like LARD, but they're not as crispy that way.
mix / mix / mix
Take about 10 individual balls and flatten them into patties.
Wait and wait and wait for the oil. The waiting is key, it makes the
patties better for some reason, so make sure you wait. If you have super
fast heating oil wait anyway. Give 'em like 5 minutes.
At this time, your oil should be ready to go. Flick some water in the
oil when your loved one is next to the oil. You can determine oil
readiness in this manner.
Fry a few at a time until browned. How few? My pan lets me do 4 at a
time, but I have the F- cookware.
There you go, grease lovers.
*swoon* you found it!!
and LS, I'm sure I've been ona few times this decade. maybe I should have signed on before my visit this summer though, eh?
We have a new data center in Allen that opened this year. I designed the core network there and oversaw its build, and returned a couple of times to help orchestrate the rollout of one of our cloud pods there.
If you go back to August timeframe in the Health & Wellness room you can read the sordid tale about how I got really badly injured during one of those trips.
We have another facility just outside of Dallas that I've been to a couple of times as well.
(But no, I don't live there. I am still living in Yorktown.)