DKP, that's what my pregnant wife CRAAAAAVED. Now it's Pan de Sal, so thanks for the tip.
Does anyone have a local source for "pan de sal"? Apparently is a Filipino staple, but very popular in the Pacific Northwest. Wife elizabeth is pregnant, and so far I've successfuly weathered her cravings for Mochi, waffles with Dulce de Leche, biscuits from Turnip Truck, coconut water, gherkins, Pinkberri... But the Pan de Sal has me stumped
Ombi's Chef's table was a work of culinary perfection. Some of the most memorable meals in music city were there
Bm, I live near the Fish n' Grits, and by perchance someone brought a menu to my office. Several types of bottom-feeders on the menu: fried Catfish, blackened tilapia, shrimp.
Lesley, I was gonna post about seeing Claudia enjoying fried catfish at Shoney's, but I know she's from NYC and will run me over.
Lesley, was that Richard Simmons with you @Burger Up last night?
Did you enjoy your triple veal burger?
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