Look, I know that perhaps some of the stuff that we’re posting here might be considered a bit weird. For instance this recipe. Eggplant fries? Really? Yes really and yes they’re good. Just try them before you start calling us a bunch of unshowered, long haired hippie freaks. Neither of us have long hair and we shower on a semi-regular basis.
Not sure what is Buffalo about this. Are we supposed to use buffalo meat? Is it from Buffalo? Should we have some chicken wings with it? Does the city of Buffalo even, really exist or is it a figment of our collective imagination? We’ll never know then, will we?
We’ve talked before about how we use these recipes as a kind of guide rather than an exact instructional manual. Never so true as with this recipe. We didn’t have any cocoa, lime or cilantro but it was still good. Your results may vary and yes, there are a veritable buttload of ingredients.
So I’m sick. It happens. It happens a lot of for me.
See I had a kidney transplant in April of 2014. Everything is fine now, save for my immune system.
The basics of this recipe are from where else…Alton Brown. That being said we never make it the same way twice. So the recipe is really just kind of a map to get us along the way and we choose different routes to get where we want to go pretty much every time. And really, what in the hell are grains of paradise anyway? I doubt that anywhere in Kansas City has grains of paradise. Maybe grains of wheat…(I’m kidding we’re not that backwards here.)
Yet another recipe from Alton Brown. We’ve not made this…YET. But we will and when we do we expect to hear angels sing, kitties dance and the sky to turn blue. That’s what we expect from this.
We love this. I think that it’s probably not even Asian but from Des Moines or Oak Grove, Mo.
Oh man do we ever love this. I mean who doesn’t? We eat it on Gyros, as a dip, by the spoonful and for…um…special purposes that we won’t go into as this is a family kind of website. (Not really. We swear.)
We like this. It’s all Mexicany and Italiany and really pretty easy. We substituted Quorn Grounds for the turkey but generally keep everything else the same. I think….
These bowls of golden spaghetti squash with a delicious meaty (or fake meat as is our case) are so good you’ll think you’ve died and gone to an Italian vegetarian heaven. Or a hippie commune but it’s pretty much the same thing, right?