2010 Griffin Creek Cabernet Sauvignon
…everything worked to produce a tasty result. The generous serving would make a fine solo lunch. Chips and salsa at the start of the meal do pretty well, the salsa smoky from some chipotle, the chips thin and fresh. Another endorsement for the posole, the rich porky soup with cumin and Mexican oregano, studded with stir-ins of chopped onion and thinly sliced radishes. The only non-classic note about this traditional dish is that instead of cabbage tossed in at the last minute, there was lettuce, …
…French fry so if you dislike that style of fry, you are out of luck. The type of French fry can vary by size, width and shape, often broken down into two rough categories: shoestring fries and thicker fries (from crinkle cuts to steak fries ). I've enjoyed some excellent sandwiches at local restaurants, however, they were accompanied by fries which didn't please me, diminishing the overall dining experience to a degree.
It is not enough to serve a killer burger. The accompanying …
COST: $ 150 per person (+tax and gratuity).
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Fancy Steak and Chips? Try MASH.....
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…625 Torrington Rd., dacaporestaurant.com) for casual Italian fare. Get the Da Capo Chips to start -- trust us.
Next, head east to Wallingford and stop by Gouveia Vineyards ( gouveiavineyards.com). Four pre-selected wines as well as one of your choice from the wine list are available to sample for just $ 8. When you're done tasting, check out the picturesque streets of the Historic Downtown area.
Mexican Cheese Blend
2. Chop it up!
4. Spoon mixture into a glass container and top with diced tomatoes.
5. Refrigerate overnight to allow all the flavors to fully develop
6. Before you serve, top it with chopped romaine hearts, chicken, crushed tortilla chips and Mexican cheese.
…encouraged to bring vegetables to this sort of function so I can have an excuse to bring a couple of dips. ( Chips are great, and I love them, but cutting up vegetables to go with dip is my idea of punishment.)
And so I've come up with a couple of new options, both of which went over well with my most recent testing group. This is the simpler of the two.
I kept reading that Bulgarian feta is the best, so I got some at Global Foods in Kirkwood. And it's just what I think of when …