You can go to any Korean restaurant, it's a staple.
Is this shit in America?
They look great and everything, but toad in the hole is sausages in yorkshire pudding batter, not this!
This is not toad in the hole. It is enhanced egg in a basket.
Correct. This is egg in a hole, eggs in a basket or one eyed jack.
Where's the toad? Where's the hole?
/sub/melts would be into it though
Grilled cheese with bacon....
GET IN ME BELLAYYY
But they didn't call it a grilled cheese.
Okay, but where? I need to obsessively read the online menu, fantasize about it, and then probably never actually go. Please and thank you!
That's good that the fries and onion rings are grass-fed. Seriously though, it looks really good.
It's funny in America grass fed is luxurious, but in England maize fed is the fanciest.
Personally, with beef I can't tell a massive amount of difference. Many more important factors.
I'm gonna need an invite. I'll bring a side.
Pecan dry rub Carolina style mustardy mop sauce Indirect heat between 250-275 degrees with pecan chunks for smoke 2 hours on the grill, no flipping
Humorously enough, this is actually from a place out in Columbus, Ohio. It's called Hot Chicken Takeover, and they have some fiendishly tasty shizz 😍
This is correct! Holy shit you have an eye for chicken lol. Tried it for the first time today, they opened one ab a mile from my house!
What place is this? Headed to Nashville in a couple of weeks. I miss me some southern comfort!
The major hot chicken places are Hattie B's, Princes, Boltons, and Pepperfire. Here are some pros and cons on each.
Pros: the original, probably the 2nd hottest I've had.
Cons: in a sketchier area, huge lines and longer wait time. Took about an hour and half to get through. Chicken wasn't great.
Pros: Good chicken, almost no wait. Pretty hot. Authentic vibe.
Cons: Inconsistent with temps.
Pros: Clean, quick, and lots of options of how its served. Pretty hot.
Cons: Almost too clean to the point your missing out on some authenticity.
Pros: hottest chicken and tastiest in my opinion.
Cons: Not a lot of cons in my opinion, can be pretty busy though.
Live in Nashville and have had the hottest at each (except Boltons I had a regular hot, but they said that day it was the same as the hottest). Honestly anyone of these you won't be disappointed with. My personal suggestion is usually Hattie B's.
Negative, that is a meat popsicle.
That smoke ring tho...
This beef rib was smoked Texas Style on my offset smoker using only white oak (no charcoal). Temp was right around 300 for roughly six hours. Pictured is one of a 3 bone rack that was sliced after cooking. Rub was salt and pepper. Wrapped after probed tender, and rested in a cooler for 2 hours before devouring.
I don't think I've ever seen a more succulent looking steak in my life, damn that looks good
This is a ribeye with barbeque relish sauce
What's in the brown bowl?
Well if I wasn’t suppose to eat it then I destroyed a poor innocent decoration from long ago :( But it WAS delicious.
Do you eat it? Or is it a decoration handed down from long ago.
All I know are bar pretzels.
A giant pretzel is cause for leaving the Midwest??
You can eat them by themselves.
I'll grab a pack and eat them like potato chips, pro tip take them out of the package for a few minutes and allow them to absorb moisture in the air before eating.
My best friends were Korean growing up and I was a poor white kid who would basically feed himself at his friend's houses.
Their mom got tired of me murdering her pantry and banned me from most shit, but I could eat pretty much all the kimchi, rice and seaweed I wanted.
Still one of my favorite simple things to make when I want a quick meal.
That looks delicious. Only thing I'm wondering about is the dried seaweed, do you just eat the flakes by themselves or do they blend in with the soup?
Sounds great! I was short of time this cook so I did what I could - really want to take a proper go at it soon!
I've got a great recipe to make your own ramen noodles and they are I much better than the packaged ones.
Also the broth...