The only things in my freezer are ice, frozen berries, puff pastry, and vodka. There was a time when my freezer was full of tupperware, but I never ended up eating anything I froze, so I stopped. Although I make soups and casseroles, I prefer to eat the leftovers rather than freeze them for a later date. How about you?
Posts for September 1st 2008
If you've got scallops on hand, this dish is perfectly convenient, because there's a good chance you'll have the other ingredients, such as parsley, lemon juice, and tomatoes, in your kitchen already. Simply add a plate of linguine or saffron risotto, and you've got a square meal. To get your hands on this recipe, read more
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I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger on Labor Day. OK, so that doesn't have a great ring to it, but the last barbecuing holiday of the year has me craving burgers. The recently released Hamburger America got me thinking about where to get the best hamburger in the country, so I thought I'd throw the question out to you.
Steering clear of fast-food and homemade burgers, tell me: What was the best hamburger you ever had? What made it so special and delicious? It doesn't have to be expensive, but maybe it had some unique twist, or maybe it's a place you go all the time. I personally love Rosamunde Sausage Grill, where the burgers are so good they only serve 'em once a week. Tell me all about your favorite below.