I saw these and the Simpsons theme started in my head.
You have to be careful with food colouring though, I accidentally drank some when I was younger. I dyed a little inside.
Edit: Thanks for the gold! :)
Haha I love that. I'll forever think of that when I make these now.
Dye the inside filling. Simpson jaundice yellow.
Going to be in Florence in a week, which location did you buy it?
Don Nino. And jealous you are going! I just got back and would return in a heartbeat. Godere!
Did you then climb that building, look around and then jump into a bale of hay?
I'm Italian and I've been eating gelato for like 20 years now. Don't get me wrong: GROM is decent, but like every franchise its products aren't nearly as fresh as they would be at a local gelateria. GROM CEO himself admitted some ingredients are added in the form of lyophilized powders -- that's quite different from whole bananas or orange juice if you ask me. Sorry for potato English.
tl;dr the flavor works, but it's just flat if compared with actual local gelato.
I never learned how to play chess. I guess I wouldn't need to with this cake.
Even I'm edible. But, that would be called canibalism. It is looked down upon in most societies.
Eat the pieces as they are killed.
Should have played a game before eating
Wow I wouldn't want to eat that, that's a work of art!
This looks like buttercream. It's probably delicious.
It's probably all frosting or fondant so I wouldn't want to eat that either.
Where was this? The noodles look like egg noodles (yellow), which is not pho. Looks more like a Chinese noodle bowl of some sort. Brown egg... Chinese.
I don't know what XO stands for but this is probably what is called Hu Tieu Mi.
Typically it's a pork broth instead of beef. The egg noodles is denoted by the Mi. Although I can't tell if it's actually egg noodles or just the lighting.
Agreed, not pho. But could still be a Viet dish, or someone was experimenting egg noodles.
But brown egg is also used in Vietnamese dishes ie .
Looking at the comments like: is this subreddit /sub/roastme for food?
This sub is having a chicken sandwich war.
Does anyone else here enjoy watching the television show known as Richard and Mortimer?
It will Szechuan fire.
Aren't vinegar pickles just... Pickles? Or am I missing something?
I'm visiting Nashville in a few months. A hot chicken sandwich awaits me...
Yeah, you are right. But these pickles were listed as "Vinegar Pickles" on the menu and straight up tasted like vinegar and were very sour and briny, where as pickles can also taste sweet and have other flavors, such as Bread & Butter Pickles. I think they called this just to emphasize what flavor you will be getting on the sandwich.
They look like what I grew up knowing as "refrigerator pickles". Basically sliced cucumbers in a jar that you then pour a hot vinegar/water mixture over. Typically, you also add salt, sugar, peppercorns, dill, garlic, etc, but it's not absolutely necessary. You let it cool to room temperature, then chill in the refrigerator. By the time they're cold, the cucumbers are marinated enough to be pickle-like. They don't keep as long as "true" pickles, but it's a lot less labor intensive and gives a unique flavor and texture.
Does this mean deep fried mac'n'cheese balls are actually doughnut holes?
My arteries are ready.
WANT. NOW. FUCK HEALTH.
That's like the best thing I've seen tonight.
Take a pic with the sandwich cut in half. But damn that looks good.
Omg I'm going there tomorrow I have to get one of these
Edit: holy shit there's like 10 restaurants in that place. Fried chicken, Korean BBQ, arepas, I'm fucking dead now
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You really shouldn't eat bluefin tuna. It is severely endangered due to overfishing and is up to us to make sure that it does not go extinct.
Bluefin is the most endangered species of tuna. Delicious tho
but this one was already dead
Oceanographer/Marine biologist here....Bluefin Tuna caught in the United states are one of the most regulated commercial and recreational fisheries in the world. Every single fish caught receives an individual serial number and tag. This means that the fish is tracked no matter where it goes in the world. The fish stocks, while still depleted, are managed by an entire division of the National marine fisheries service. There has been a major comeback in the last decade. The population is considered stable and growing. As long as the current management continues there should be no worry as to whether or not this fishery is sustainable.