You know what/who the word rosemary makes me think of? The lady on the Dick Van Dyke show. You know who I’m talking about, the lady who worked with Dick in his office and spared with Morey Amsterdam all the time. Her name was actually Rose Marie but you get my point. These fries are a great starter or a main dish. Your call. We won’t judge.
We’re not talking about the sixties hippie song here. Where the Magic Dragon takes a free ride on a carpet or whatever the song is. And we don’t even know who Little Jackie Paper is. We’re sorry. But we do know that these pancakes are delicious and you’ll thank us for posting the recipe. You can thank us in large denominations or a bag full of the smaller, we’re easy like that.
Cheese and Leeks? Like McCartney and Lennon or gin and tonic. And then more gin and tonic. The perfect pairs.
A great Asian(?) dish. Of course it’s Asian. Where else in the world do you get wonton? At Wendy’s? We’re not really sure what Asian dishes are really supposed to taste like as we’ve never been to Asia but we have been to Chinatown in New York City. So there’s that.
Look, we try to follow the recipes. Really we do. That being said, like many kids we had problems coloring in the lines and standing in line for recess without acting foolish and running around like a monkey. So obviously we TRY to follow the recipes but sometimes you have to take liberties and use what you have rather than what it calls for or leave out something that you think tastes like a(*)@. So you’re forewarned.
Please note that none of these recipes are our own. We don’t have time to experiment so we take these fine recipes that others have lovingly created and mold them to our own tastes. We do strive to give credit where credit is due. So yeah, there’s that.
Quinoa Chili is not some long haired hippie food. It’s real food. And it’s pretty damn good. Dude.
Best ever? Who are we to decide. If a man like Alton Brown says it’s the best ever, then by gawd it’s probably so good that it’ll make you..um…um…really, really enjoy it. How’s that?
From Wikipedia: Tso Tsung-t’ang (1812–1885), Qing Dynasty military leader who suppressed the 1862–1877 Dungan Revolt
The original General Tso appeared to be a ruthless, blood thirsty leader in late 19th century China. We have no actual way of knowing just how blood thirsty and ruthless he was because frankly, we’re too lazy to do the research but it sounds better if we just assume that he was a crazed wild man hell bent on defeating his enemies and making them wet their pants.
That being said this is a fine dinner recipe. Not sure how Chinese you’ll feel after eating this but that’s really up to you then, isn’t it?
Hey dude, like far out. Though we do bathe on a regular basis. As with all of the recipes posted we make adjustments to these recipes. They vary as to what is being adjusted depending on what we have or more importantly, don’t have. So use it as a guide, a general idea and make our own magic. Or lunch. Either way, you’re good.
If you like polenta, then you’re going to love this. If you don’t like polenta, then eat this and you’ll love polenta.