The food looks great. The Giants not so much.
I use Nina’s DOB for Sunday Gravy, every day tomato I use Pastene or Kitchen Magic, both are crushed and ready to use from California.
Finally a game that deserves a feast!
Mrs. P made pan seared quail breast salad. Pictures are in the main WFD thread below.
We started off Mrs. P’s birthday weekend with an excellent lobster dinner takeout from Don Pepe ll.
Details and pictures are in the link below.
Looks great. Happy birthday to mrs P Too.
Just curious how they pack that up to go?never find seafood to keep well for takeout.
Thanks Mr. Met!
They pack the lobster in a big rectangular tin foil pan with a tin foil cover. The other items like the Spanish chips are also packed in round tin foil pans with covers.
Looks Delicious !!
What did your brine / marinade overnight include ?
Thanks @Barca! Mrs. P uses a simple brine consisting of 1 gallon of water, 1/2 cup of kosher salt, 2/3 cup of sugar, 1/2 cup of soy sauce, and 1/4 cup of olive oil.
Thank you very much for the simple brine récipe.
Three great tastes that taste great together?
bbq baby back ribs, turkey sausage jambalaya, and cia gio with an empty bowl of sweet chili dipping sauce. It’s what’s for dinner.
Mrs. P made a pork chop for dinner. Pictures are in the link below.
We had smoked country ribs for dinner. Details and pictures are in the below link.
Our friend in Staten Island invited us over for an awesome belated birthday dinner for Mrs. P. Below is a link to the details and mouth watering pictures.
a favorite version of Fried Rice for me is Lap Cheong Fried Rice…made with that delicious funky and sweet-ish Chinese Sausage. David’s Mai Lai Wah in Philadelphia’s Chinatown makes a killer one. I’ve made it at home too using leftover chinese white rice (we always order too much), diced vegetables, diced lap cheong, soy sauce, chili garlic sauce, a fried egg scrambled with soy sauce and chopped…lots of green onion…
What do you get when you combine a baguette from Antionette in Red Bank, thin sliced Japanese A5 wagyu ribeye from ShopRite, good American cheddar, and fried onion and peppers?
Why, the world’s best cheesesteak, of course:
Wow! Looks awesome!!!