if you also have a problem with pineapple mac and cheese, just leave

“I start with traditional macaroni as a shout-out to the Hawaiian-style plate lunch. Caramelized sweet Maui onions provide an earthy depth. The topping of coarsely chopped macadamia nuts, tossed with panko breadcrumbs (a nod to the islands’ Japanese culture and culinary influence), adds another level of flavor and texture.

Finally, sweet and tart pineapple acts as the perfect foil to the saltiness of the Spam. To intensify the flavor and remove some of the pineapple’s liquid, I oven-roast cubes of the fruit.”

Mac and cheese remake says aloha!.

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Paella de Troy, Nueva York?

“Four words for you — best fried chicken ever. I ordered the chicharron pollo which came with a salad and tostones. The flavorful coating was light and crispy and the chunks of dark meat chicken were perfectly cooked. The best part were the pieces of fried skin that were mixed in. Salad and tostones were good, if standard. The rest of the menu looked great too.”

Catching up: Old San Juan Cuisine in South Troy – Table Hopping – Steve Barnes – Restaurants and Dining Blog – timesunion.com – Albany NY.

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where is my beer/sausage equation generator?

“In general, lighter sausages do well with lighter beers like pilsner and traditional wheat beers, while more intense links can handle more hops and more darkly-roasted malt. You can easily serve a lighter beer with flavorful, rich sausage, but the opposite – lighter sausage with darker or more intense beer – is less successful.”

The light and dark of beer and sausages.

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i like pad thai, i like tofu, so gimme some goddammned pad tofu

Killing Time « Cocoa-Nut Shakes.

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if you don’t like pineapple on pizza, you can kiss my asparagus

Rock Recipes: Grilled Asparagus Pineapple and Chicken Pizza.

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delicious garbagebreath at $0.20 a pop

“We spend $3.75 total for 5 fried pork&chive dumplings, a sesame pancake, and 10 boiled pork&chive dumplings. It was cheap and tasty and awesome! I liked the pan fried dumplings best for the little crust on the bottom.”

eat.repeat: NYC Food Round Up : Part 3.

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looks like mirandapanda has a job to do…ahem…ahem

sugarcoatedbliss.com » Blog Archive » There’s a sphere in my cupcake!.

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high five for hand pies

handpie

Meatless Monday: Roasted Tomato Hand Pies with Black Olives and Feta.

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buns of fun

LUNCH: Ippudo, with John.

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this dill/dough experiment smells fishy

A Sandwich a Day: Sigmund Pretzel Shop’s Smoked Salmon with Dill Cream Cheese | Serious Eats : New York.

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