Actually, that one does not sound that weird. Eggs lean themselves to
be used in bizarre ways.
Eggs seem to go with almost anything.
Almost. This past week I had an omelette with crab meat. Even though I love crab I didn't care for the omelette.
For those of you in the Uncensoredland area, you might be familiar with Walter's Hot Dogs [ http://waltershotdogs.com ]. They are, quite simply, the best hot dog stand in the nation, and anyone who says otherwise is Hitler and deserves to be stabbed in the face with a truck.
We were delighted to find that there are a couple of places now selling their proprietary hot dogs and mustard as retail packages! All of the DeCicco stores sell them, and Stew Leonard's (Yonkers location only). They're also available via Goldbelly, but for what they charge you could charter a private jet to go pick them up yourself and still save money.
And if you've never had Walter's, you wouldn't understand.
Hitler was a vegetarian.
Not sure why the hell I've been living in the Bronx for 12 years and never once went to the Stew Leonard's Yonkers location. Norwalk, sure, a few times, cute but gimmicky.
Anything else at Yonkers that's sorta like a must-buy, not-anywhere-else sorta thing?
I consider Danbury to be "my" Stew's so I only go to Yonkers on the way home from trips to Micro Center.
And how did I not know you lived in the Bronx? For some reason I thought you were still up in New England somewhere.
Oh yeah, I've never been more than 45 minutes or so away from Uncensoredland. I simply don't talk about relationship details much here (with a few notable exceptions recently as shit hit the fan, but even then I Vaguebook about it), but I moved in with my girlfriend about 12 years ago, at her house in the Bx, and that stuck.
What I meant, though, is: is there anything unique to Stew Leonard's in general (besides milk cartons) that I should maybe check out...
We tried out Walter's yesterday, at the "pagoda" location in Mamaroneck. Not bad; thanks for the tip. Good mustard, good potato puffs. Outdoor seating a big bonus right now. I imagine their location right across from the HS has a lot to do with their Westchester-classic status; that sort of thing makes memories for the kids who went there.
I didn't think our garden was going to do well this year. With COVID it was difficult to get things started. I started from seedling and then planted several grape tomato plants, but I didn't think they were going to make it. They did however do very well. We have a plethora of grape tomatoes this year.
I came across this recipe, this is fantastic
2020-09-18 06:25 from zooer
I didn't think our garden was going to do well this year. With
COVID it was difficult to get things started. I started from
seedling and then planted several grape tomato plants, but I didn't
think they were going to make it. They did however do very well.
We have a plethora of grape tomatoes this year.
As soon as the pandemic got started, I knew the harvest was going to rock this year. I assigned twice the surface I use to and since I have been jobless I have spent a whole lot of time in it. Vegetables this year are so big, you could use them for making a b-movie about mutant vegetables who eat people.
We had several cucumbers, they seemed to come at once, then the plants died. Our garlic heads were small, will not last the year and I wouldn't plant them for next year's crop.
Over the years we have had success with green beans but the last two years we haven't had many plants. The plants that did grow had plenty of beans but not enough plants.
Catnip does well until the outdoor cats come for it.
This leaves a little garden box out in the yard where we can plant something else. Maybe sunflowers or solar panels.