I am wondering if this is the Journal's move into native advertising. Is this a paid ad?
I absolutely LOVE Kyotos :) Everything is amazing! They are super accommodating for any dietary restrictions especially gluten free :) Nom Nom Nom <3 Another new favorite is Hana. They also are great with GF tempura and sauce :)
u should try our phos. Our phos are one of the bomb pho U've ever had. We are located @ 8618 86th Ave North and 49th street North. Come give us a try!
People who like this recipe should contribute to Boujie Baking Company's Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/51857…
Rumor has it that these are all good tips all but can only, first person, testify as to the outrageousness of the "XXX Adults Only Grilled Cheese Sandwich," which is the best grilled cheese I've ever had. I say this being not a Vegan and consider myself very fussy about my grilled cheese's.
But is the steak grass fed meat or is it antibiotic, hormone filled meat?
Damn, now where will I go for a steak and not be pestered by the trendy types. The combo of steak, whiskey and racing... not to mention the company! I also love the AA for breakfast, best ham steak ever!
I can agree with this post. Double A doesn't disappoint. This place is a diamond in the rough when it comes to steak done right!
Adele's is the best steak for the price. Tender meat served by gorgeous women without wading through drunks or snobs.
piper +swordsman +Haggis+but in the Highlands--memorable
Thank you, Linda- this was a great little read. As a Mexican American, chorizo is a comfort food. Your description of it is dead on and it gave stirred my "food memories," to the point that I smelled it! I will be heading to winco tomorrow! Thanks!
I love Pho Thien Long but don't forget Annie's (5th St. Eureka). There's is Phonomenal.
now i know how come it tasted so good when i was a kid!
You put the butter in the kugel and you don't look back!
This may be one of the greatest articles ever written!
My Uncle, David George Gordon, just re-released his cookbook, the Eat-a-bug Cookbook. First published in 1998, the revised version has color photographs, and more recipes! A great starter book for anyone interested in cooking insects. http://www.amazon.com/The-Eat-Bug-Cookbook…
Fried crickets last month in Dalat, Vietnam were quite yummy
Another grower owned business in Arcata. The whole city is run by growers for growers; how else do you explain the pointless shops on the Plaza? The next time you're near the Plaza count the amount of head shops within blocks of each other...really? Arcata quit bitching about the growers; they are the only thing supporting the economy of your town...poor college students certainly can't! Who else would pay $5 for Tator Tots and some sauce poured out of a Sysco Can....get real!
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Sep 11, 2014
vol XXV issue 37
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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