September 6, 2012 |
In: Mystery Misc.
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#8 that's shandy, you get it in cans in the U.K, do you not have that?
We do. Leinenkugel sells a bottled version called Summer Shandy.
in australia too
green grapes with Chip Ahoy cookies- not kidding, it's actually really good!
Hmm I think if you had soup-less instant noodles and added peanut butter, soy sauce & Sriracha, it might make it taste more like an Asian fusion stir fried noodle dish. I've never tried it though so don't quote me on that!
it will be like adding peanut oil or the peanut flavor you find in Asian dishes.
We made hotcakes every summer as a kid. Bisquick with flat sprite and a handful of huckleberries. Spread them thin and long, not round. Perfection on a plate, especially with huckleberry syrup.
#21 My dad used to make them for me as a kid and called them Queen Anne sandwiches. I still make them when I need some comfort food. The name makes them sound classy too.
#12 is amazing!! Cook them for Christmas and thanksgiving every year!
Oh my god, why would you keep this a mystery and not a weekly piece? Oh wait, I want to keep all of these secrets to myself so that people think I'm some sort of ninja chef master… It's okay Berry, you can send these to just me.
#6 These melt VERY quickly when you take them out of the freezer.
#10 Eating watermelon as I read. Definitely works. Now feel like I've consumed too much salt
#10 Us southerners have been doing this since the beginning of time. Works on cantaloupe, too.
#10 I've tried it and it tasted like I was eating the ocean. Bleh. Also, I am going to have to try #13! Looks good.
I love this post! You guys should do more like it more often.
#3 have been wanting to do but with rum instead
#5 is genius, I seriously never would have though to eat like that and cant wait to haha
#13 cant wait to make with fall coming up =)
#20 def cannot knock it til i try it, and surprisingly think it will be good
#21 love the idea of changing up pb&j's
oh and I LOVE this post, it is always fun to try something new, even more so when it is simple.
#4 i used to do a bit as a kid, just spreading the mashed potato onto bread and eating that bit of bread
#12 is fantastic. Lingonberry sauce of turkey meatballs is especially fantastic.
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