Inferior condiments like ketchup and ranch dressing lined the edges of the field of view or disappeared into the deep recesses of the fridge while the Duke’s jar asserted its dominance at the center. It was only a 32-ounce jar, but it formed a culinary axis mundi connecting her with the divine. Continue reading One Gallon of Mayonnaise
Real Jarlsberg cheese from Norway would be lost in the flavors of this dip. Just buy a plain 8-ounce block of generic Swiss cheese. Lie to you guests if you must. They will get over it. Continue reading Pandemic Proof Jarlsberg Cheese Spread
Bottled dressing sends a message that you didn’t care enough about yourself or the people you cook for to make your own homemade salad dressing from scratch. Continue reading Bottled salad dressing is a sign of defeat
The crunchy toast encases soft bread and layered sweet and savory egg with sharp Dijon and creamy Kewpie: texture and taste perfection. Continue reading Japanese Omelette Sandwiches
Despite groans and promises of regret from our social networks, friends Nathan and Kim joined me in the bustling hamlet of Horn Lake, Mississippi on a Saturday to conduct a field study on fried fish sandwiches at national and local fast food chain restaurants. Continue reading Field Assignment: Lenten Fish Sandwich Tasting
A peanut butter and mayonnaise sandwich tastes like a tangy peanut butter sandwich. Continue reading Taste Testing the Great Depression?
I made this apple cider vinaigrette dressing recipe last weekend for an arugula salad with roughly chopped, honey-roasted almonds for dinner guests who loved it. Continue reading Ample Applause for Apple Cider Vinaigrette