Monday, July 21, 2014
This is a gluten-free poutine from the Point Sans G food truck or whatever.
Those are sweet potato fries.
The "gravy" is some kind of subtle Italian sausage.
The cheese, I don't remember.
The thing on top is a type of sprøstekt løk (crispy onion), very rare around these parts.
All the ingredients were good, but you know what? The genius of poutine is, it's more than the sum of its parts. Like a good band, say. Just off the top of my head like that. Similes? I got 'em. Anyway, the general consensus here was: good ingredients, meh result.
Terningkast: 4/6 for cuteness & quality; 3/6 for yumz.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Appease some leaves of Greene Spinache in the Frying-panne (use the heaviest frying pan you can lift, it's a great forearm and bicep strength exercise):
|Once the fair Spinache is thoroughly Discomfited, break one or two of the freshest hen's Egges (or whichever eggs are available at your dingy local supermarket). (Ask for our Egg-Breaking Tutorial, not yet available online!)|
Oppose some pickled Jalapenos to the Eggs, combining with a home-made Mexican salsa (alternatively: the salsa most readily available at your dingy local supermarket).