I ate a lot of great food over the past week so trying to pick just the top three is pretty tough. I started the week making barbecue chicken thighs that turned out delicious. On Monday, I went to Kirkland Tap and Trotter for their Celebrity “Top Dog” Series to eat a hot dog created… More tommy’s three: The best things I ate – week of July 10, 2016
White Beans and Kale If you are looking for a way to use up your farm share kale without making another kale salad, this is a great recipe. It is inspired by cassoulet but much, much easier. You can make the entire dish in one pot in about 45 minutes. It serves 2, but could… More tommycooks: white beans and kale
When thinking about food in Baltimore, the first thought should be crab; crab cakes, crab soup, boiled crab seasoned with Old Bay. Crab is the iconic food of Maryland, but if you move just past it, once you have had all the crab cakes you can take, you find pit beef. Pit beef is almost… More travel bite: Pit Beef at The Canopy
It’s a burger crazed world right now. From fast food to upscale, burgers are everywhere. At some point we are going to reach our limit, but clearly we haven’t yet because new burger joints keep popping up. One of the newest places to grab a burger is WuBurger in Woburn (pronounced Wu-Burn). WuBurger opened on… More WuBurger, WuChicken, WuBananaBread!
I had never even heard of a New York System wiener just a few weeks ago. I learned about them from the James Beard Awards when Olneyville New York System Hot Wieners was named on of America’s Classics. There are a number of places around Rhode Island with New York System in the name. One… More America’s Classics: Olneyville N.Y. System Hot Wieners – RI