— Karen Gaudette (@nwfoodette) August 25, 2014
I don’t know what Bacon Jam is, but I sure do hope to find out!
I was in the mood for kielbasa and in need for something inexpensive to graze on over the weekend. When I saw Eckrich kielbasa on sale for buy 1, get 1 free, it seemed like an omen.
When you can start it with dessert?
This had to be what was going through Kayla’s mind when she came up with this sweet concoction. First she makes French Toast, but not just any French Toast. Oh no, she make French Vanilla French Toast, and that’s just the base. Then she tops this with a hearty glop of sweet strawberries, a dollop of whipped cream, and a drizzle of honey.
Estimated calorie content: Astronomical!
When I finished this “breakfast” I was both pleasantly stuffed and on a sugar high for hours. Luckily she doesn’t make this combination often or I would be fatter than I already am.
I so want an iRobot Roomba!
Scooter’s Dawg House is more or less a typical purveyor of “gourmet” hot dogs. Basically they offer quality hot dogs with any combination of a lengthy list of toppings.
The “Cardinal Dawg” is one of my favorites, simply topped with grilled onions and red peppers. Seems pretty plain compared to some of their “named” combos with too many topping to list, but is very tasty. As I work my way through their menu I have crossed off many, but will definitely circle this one for the future!
Yet another treat from Nick’s Gyros #1 which may surprise you is the Patty Melt. Listed on the menu as “Juicy all beef burger patty with grilled onions, swiss & american cheese on grilled rye bread served with thousand island dressing” and priced at $4.99 this baby is a steal! An extra $2 makes it a Combo with fries (pictured) and a drink.
The Gia Grande is just such a thing.
Three, yes three, Angus patties.
Three, yes three, types of cheese.
Atop which sits some pickle slices and special sauce.
I’m not sure why, but a group of us decided to head to Local Tavern to conquer this monster. The three of us marched in, challenge accepted, it was time to take the Triple!
The Oh Boy sauce looks like mayo, and has a similar consistency. It does not taste like mayo though! I can not even begin to calculate what they use to flavor this condiment, but it is a mighty fine burger topping.
Even without the lettuce the Bernieburger is quite messy and a trick to handle. Having the BBQ sauce on the bottom may add to this by somewhat soaking through the fresh bun, but the flavor made up for all it. An very tasty flavor combination where you can actually taste the beef, the bacon, the sauces and the onions, all combining together.