With very appetizing pictures of the pizzas.
I haven't read many recipes online, but I've read a few and this is pitch-perfect and very funny.
You've probably heard how a lot of extra virgin olive oil is a scam. It turns out so's "truffle oil".
Very interesting. One noticable thing: there were a lot more vegetables on the menu in those days.
Everybody should--ugh--eat their vegetables. Maybe these recipes will help.
There's a joke about conservatives that runs along the line of "A conservative is someone who's desperately afraid that someone, somewhere is having fun."
But now in the very, very liberal UK Guardian we have this: "Brunch is a waste of time, money and drunken pleasure that you don't have".
(Is it satire? No, I don't think so, but make up your own minds.)
Sounds like a great restaurant. But my daughters went and couldn't get in. (Link via my younger daughter.)
I don't think it's a "secret". Here in NC they're advertising that bad boy on TV a lot.
The $10 sandwich has 2 chicken tenders, 1.5 oz. of roast turkey, 1.5 oz. of ham, 1 slice of Swiss cheese, 1.5 oz. of corned beef, 1.5 oz. brisket, 1.5 oz. of Angus steak, 1 slice of cheddar cheese, 1.5 oz. roast beef, and 3 half-strips of bacon, writes Sarah Halzack at The Washington Post.