Here's What Real Healthy People Actually Snack On. A Sandwich a Day: Two New Vietnamese Sandwiches in Morningside Heights. In this great city of ours, one could eat a different sandwich every day of the year—so that's what we'll do.
Here's A Sandwich a Day, our daily look at sandwiches around New York. Got a sandwich we should check out? Let us know. —The Mgmt. Grilled Pork Banh Mi from Quick and Quality Sandwich ($5.95) [Photographs: J. There was a time back when your only options for Asian food in the Morningside Heights vicinity were a semi-decent Korean barbecue joint, pre-fab Japanese-ish sushi, or takeout Chinese joints that specialized in fried chicken. Things have improved massively since then. I decided to hop on my bike and check them out in a head-to-head sandwich-off. Cold Cut and Minced Pork Banh Mi from Quick and Quality Sandwich ($5.95) The fillings at Quick & Quality are comparable to the better of the banh mi shops downtown, with fresh-tasting cold cuts and pork that had the texture and flavor or real pork, not random mystery meat.
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The one I like goes something like this. A barbecue pitmaster had been drinking beer—the official sanctioned barbecue circuit beverage--all day when he realized that he was going to need to eat something if he was going to last all day and into the next morning tending his slow-cooked barbecue. So, he opened his rig (a smoke-grill big enough for several whole hogs) and set his beer down on the cooking grate to get something small to cook from his cooler. He picked up a chicken and put it on top of his half-full can without noticing what he was doing. He looked for his beer, couldn’t find it and popped open another one without a second thought. Methods/steps Grilling Method: Indirect/Medium Heat Remove neck and giblets and pat dry chicken with paper towels.
Open beer can, pour out about ¼ cup of the beer and make an extra hole in top of the can with church key can opener. Soft pretzel buns and knots. Guess what we’re making this weekend?
I have been obsessed with make soft pretzels at home since about 16 seconds after I learned that you could, 7 years ago. For something that looks so twisted, dark and complex, they’re actually simple to make, requiring only a basic bread dough (flour, water, salt and yeast), formed into pretzel knot (a rope with the ends twisted together, then folded back over itself), dipped briefly in a baking soda solution, salted, and baked until pretty. This is almost exactly the way they are made in southern Germany and surrounding pretzel-loving regions, save one bit: instead of a baking soda bath, the pretzels are dipped in a lye solution.
Lye, as in the poison. As in the stuff used in oven cleaners, drain openers, the kind of thing you shouldn’t touch without a mask and latex gloves, the kind of thing no sane cook would bother with at home. Or so this was the case nearly a decade ago. Which is to say, I have good news and bad today. 20 Foolproof Hacks For Throwing The Perfect Dinner Party. 34 Creative Kitchen Hacks That Every Cook Should Know. 27 Clever New Ways To Use Your Kitchen Appliances. Ale to the Chief: White House Beer Recipe. Sam Kass September 01, 2012 01:30 PM EDT Ed.
Note: There's been a lot of buzz online recently about the recipe for the White House Honey Ale and White House Honey Porter, including a popular petition on We the People, the White House's online petition platform. With public excitement about White House beer fermenting such a buzz, we decided we better hop right to it. Inspired by home brewers from across the country, last year President Obama bought a home brewing kit for the kitchen. As far as we know the White House Honey Brown Ale is the first alcohol brewed or distilled on the White House grounds. 30 Foods You'll Never Have To Buy Again.
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