If comes to my neck of the woods, I'd try it.
Food and Drink
The vibrant love between car and man that inspired an entire culture of auto devotees now seems to be dwindling. The gear-head enthusiasts will always motor on, I am sure, but what happened to the average American? Simple respect and appreciation for the metal beast has shifted to sheer disinterest in cars. The following is the sad, draft-obituary of America’s car culture . . .
"What’s interesting is that even though American palates are more receptive to ambitious and unorthodox flavors, restaurant diners in the 19th century were way more open in the meats they consumed."
An honor roll of soda failures including the infamous "texturally enhanced alternative beverage".
Get ahead of the curve: it's Uyghur food. (Pronounced "WEE-grr".)
I didn't know they could be. Thanks, Internet.
"We visited convenience-store rivals Wawa and Sheetz to see which does it better — and the winner is clear"
Yeah, it's a Jersey thing--you wouldn't understand.
My mom used to say if you wait long enough, almost everything comes back.
I haven't made it, but it certainly sounds good.
With two sticks of butter, two cups of half-and-half and five different cheeses, it is over-the-top good. The crunchy breadcrumb topping is the perfect contrast to the underlying cheesy, gooey goodness.