And this is what fried butter looks like: 9 fairground foods so disgusting they’re delicious
If you haven’t heard, the East Coast is about to be overrun by alien creatures who’ve been buried in the ground, hibernating for the last 17 years. But wait — did you know that you can actually eat these suckers?
Check out this list of great restaurants with awesome brunches, each suitable for taking your at-least-somewhat-unique mom to this Mother’s Day: http://bit.ly/16rOVwE
Indian street food: Chaat = Fresh onions, tomatoes, chillies and coriander.
See more mouth-watering photos of India’s street food from Matador Network community member Ritu Saini (Color Odyssey): http://bit.ly/17rNyK9
6. Au Pied de Cochon
536 Duluth Est
I’m also all about this place! Bear in mind that you need to reserve, but if your party isn’t unreasonably large and you call at least a few days in advance, it should be easy-peasy. You can also try showing up without a reservation, though I don’t know how long the wait is as I was able to sail right past the line to my reserved seating the minute I showed up.
Master of all things pork and maple syrup, Chef Martin Picard assembled a truly decadent menu to be avoided at all costs by dieters, vegetarians, and Gwyneth Paltrow. This is not the place where love handles go to die. It is, however, a place that holds flavor up to the highest pedestal.
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