There are precious few foods that slip easily under a door. Lettuce leaves come to mind, along with matzo and veal scaloppine. But as tempting as a kosher veal and salad sandwich sounds, it will never replace my favorite from the flat food group: pancakes.
A steak dinner doesn’t need to be saved for a special occasion. This spicy flank steak goes from fridge to table in about 30 minutes – making it totally doable any night the mood strikes. Pair it with a red wine that will stand up to the rich red meat. Sounds like a nice break from chicken and veggies, right?
Ross McGinnes is fed up with trendy restaurants serving food on slabs of slate and wooden boards, and tucking treats inside those tiny little shopping carts. So he started a social media campaign called “We Want Plates,” a crusade against “food being served on bits of wood and roof tiles.”
When people drop me an e-mail about smoking foods for the first time, I can sense in the tone of the e-mail that they feel like they might be biting off more than they can chew. And while there are tricks and techniques you learn along the way, the process is amazingly easy, even as a beginner.
Brunch is a semi-absurd affair and should be treated as such. It’s not as essential as breakfast or as formal as dinner. Even if it’s Easter brunch and everyone’s a little more smartly dressed than usual, don’t fall into the trap of overdoing it. Basically, if you can’t hold a mimosa in one hand and get most of the cooking done, you’re trying too hard.
Attorneys representing Californians Siera Strumlauf and Benjamin Robles say Starbucks violated the state’s consumer laws and allege “negligent misrepresentation and fraud,” claiming that Starbucks’ tall latte is not 12 fluid ounces, its grande is not 16 fluid ounces, and its venti is not 20 fluid ounces