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With my non-stop travel schedule, I’ve learned some rules for airport dining – Rule #1: those pre-packaged airport sandwiches should be avoided whenever possible.
They range from soggy and insipid to rock hard and dry, with not much in between.
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Butter both sides of sandwich and place in a preheated cast-iron skillet set on medium.
Cook slowly (low and slow is key) until golden brown underneath, flip with a fish spatula and cook other side.
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Add Dijon mustard and caramelized onions and green apples – messy and rich!
Yet when I set the bowl in front of my date, she looked entirely unimpressed. ” my date asked pointedly, after a long minute of silence. Add 2 bay leaves, ¼ tsp pepper, and more salt to taste. Stir in sour cream and simmer for another 15-20 minutes. Although she liked the last soup, she had mostly given up speaking to me at this point. Miso Ramen Brown your shallots, ginger and garlic in the sesame oil over medium-low heat. Mix in sriacha, miso, sesame seeds, sugar, and sake. Let it simmer while you do the noodles in a separate pot.
Following a hot tip from Fox News, I called up my favorite lady clinic, but it turns out they don’t actually sell dead babies either. ) So I worked out a new plan: wean Lamia off the taste of human flesh with a flight of delicious, increasingly veggie-based soups. Place your grated beets in a large heavy-bottom skillet with 4 Tbsp olive oil and 1 Tbsp vinegar. Slice them into bite size pieces and put them in a large bowl with the sauteed beets, onion and carrot. Shred your lettuce (I used a mandoline slicer) and add it to the same bowl. You should probably massage their shoulders and tell them how pretty they are until the timer goes off. In a large stock pot, brown your onions in half of the vegetable oil (about 1/8 cup) with 1 tsp turmeric.
She looked me up and down and told me I had magnificent hair. I’d heard of her quirky penchant for eating human children, but when I checked the meat section at Trader Joe’s in Forest Hills, they didn’t have any in stock. If you go the grater route, I recommend using a food holder guard or wearing gloves so the beet juice doesn’t stain your fingers. If not, you’re incredibly fast and/or must have a sous chef.