what a wonderful article! I remember Dick (and Bill!) from the Aurora days....great restaurant! we waited tables in classy period dresses and worked for such creatives! everything from soup to coffee was beautifully crafted.
I live in California where no one knows from pimento cheese. But I do get to eat it once a year, when I go to a Guyanese event. They just call them "cheese sandwiches" but they are made exactly like the pimento cheese sandwiches of the southern U.S. I wonder if the origins of pimento cheese are English. That would explain the southern/Guyanese connection.
Person St. Pharmacy was not exactly what I envisioned..more of a grilled cheese than pimento cheese. Ooey, gooey cheese dripping down sides of two slices of bread. It was good, however, a bit surprised by lack of chunks of cheese!
Spot On! Shredded cheddar; minced jarred pimentos; salt, lots of papper; and just enough mayo to hold it all together. The most wonderful, nostalgic taste imaginable! At least, to me.
a little cumin is very good in pimento cheese...
Modern cows, much like chickens, horses, and other agricultural animals, evolved hoof-in-hand with human beings. As a species they would not be able to survive without us. While there is much needless cruelty in the agriculture industry today, saying that merely milking a cow causes suffering and death is laughable. There are thousands of responsible farmers out there who treat their animals with dignity and respect. Veganism is a completely valid dietary choice, but you lose me when you start judging and preaching.
Beatrice & Woodsley nailed it -as always- with that cheesecake. They are one of the best reasons to live in Denver. Absolutely a spearhead in the force that's leading this so called cow town screaming into an iconic dining wonderland.
Can't wait to check this out....love me some cheese. If only we had a good chocolatier in Durham, a feast could be made right here between Reliable Cheese, Fullsteam Brewery, Guglhupf....and some great dark chocolate!!
I have just been reading "It Must've Been Something I Ate" by Jeffrey Steingarten the Vogue magazine food writer who makes a very eloquent case for using raw milk. Our government regulates too much and needs to allow the educated consumer the right to choose. FDA is bad, USDA is even worse.
Cows make milk for the same reason humans do - to feed their babies. We can help prevent needless suffering and death by instead choosing the many plant-based milks such as soy, almond, rice, oat, hemp, flax, coconut: http://www.chooseveg.com/dairy.asp
Why eat animal-milk cheese when you have all these great plant-based alternatives?
I'd like Weaver St.'s pimento cheese better if they didn't put honey in it. I think pimento cheese should be savory, not sweet!
Byrn Stuff, we don't have a consolidated update at the moment, but we mention new food trucks in Now Serving nearly every week: http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/ArticleAr…
Would it be possible to get an update to this review? I think there are new trucks on the scene, and I'd love to hear about them.
caab, right you are. It should be Atomic Rhythm All Stars. It's been corrected.
And Fiesta Grill retains its title as Orange/Chatham's best Mexican/Latin Restaurant. YES! I love that place. My girlfriend and I probably average eating there once a week.
What is Atomic Heater? A Google search reveals nothing about this band. Is this a typo?
I was also inspired by this story and your many video's on youtube. Could anyone living in or around Alamosa, Colorado who would like to start a chapter here please email me?? My email is email@example.com (I used to live in Australia).
Amanda, what you've done for these animals is beyond words. The happiness at finally getting their freedom is something we all take for granted. Thank you for starting this wonderful group and also please thank all your volunteers for all their hard work. Could you please email me information about starting a group here? I'd appreciate it.
I was excited to find out about Li Ming's Global Market in Durham, then disappointed to see canned shark fin soup on their shelves. That's not right.
you have any link or any info about the Nick River Band?
Next year, can you please separate best museum and best art gallery? In Raleigh alone there are over 100 local galleries and it's pretty hard to compete with a State funded organization.
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