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November 16, 2008

Strawberries and Pepper

Strawberries_pepper Carrots and Sugar, Coffee and Salt, Tomatoes and Sugar… 7 other Unusual Food Combinations

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Gluttonous Turkey Leg Porn - Over 6,000 Flickr images of gluttons gnawing on turkey legs. (From Unknown Highway)

The recent restaurant that we’ve been visiting (again & again) in Little Saigon, Orange County is The Boiling Crab, a Vietnamese-owned Cajun crawfish place. Most all the clients there are Vietnamese, and the food is served in plastic bags full of extremely spicy crawfish, shrimp & crabs…. Mmmm

How to make a Welsh Rabbit, basically an open-face grilled cheese sandwich, where the cheese is melty and boozy and spicy, sort of like a robust fondue

Sugar Lips. Previously, Sugar face

(Photo above from Baking Obsession)

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Waiter: How was your dinner, madam?
Lady: I've had fresher fish.
Waiter: Not here...

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Hanan,

We have the same restaurant in Rowland Heights that is owned by the parents of my wife's student, that we enjoy going to. It's different and good, getting your meal served in a bag.

Posted by: Mike at Nov 16, 2008 2:40:45 PM

I worked in a restaurant years ago and we'd splash
thawed strawberries with balsamic vinegar.
Not bad.

Posted by: scottie2hottie at Nov 18, 2008 12:51:38 PM

Actually, I think the open-face sandwich is known as 'Welsh Rarebit' - or at least that's what the people I know from England call it.

Posted by: PauL Nielsen at Nov 19, 2008 11:32:01 AM