I wonder where this is?
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
breakfast, originally uploaded by rosebud518.
So, my daughter is off to college. And she is realising even more just how good home cooking is. I've gotten texts and calls about dining hall offerings, and queries from the grocery store: "what do I get for breakfast?" So far, she's not enchanted, but given time. . . ?
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
""CA TAI TUONG" or the "elephant ear" fish is one of the delicacies in Vietnam cuisines.
The picture showed the real fish but already well-cooked. It is normally deep-fried with its scales intact and eat along with the Vietnamese's sauce.
:D from Traveller's World :D"
For more info:
"(Zaina, Seattle, WA)
I haven't had one of these lamb gyros in so long, and I remembered them being so good. While it was still pretty good, I am pretty sure that the meat is now processed instead of cooked fresh there. But the saucy spiciness is still delicious. It was a little pricey at about $6 but it was filling.
Another Bumbershoot "had-to-have" item was curly fries.
"I think this was at one giant potato that the guy at the tent drilled to oblivion with a corkscrew bit."
While at Bumbershoot this past weekend, I had my first ShishkaBerry skewer. I had the strawberrys dipped in white chocolate and swirled in dark chocolate. Very good. The criteria for my dessert choice? It had to be something I couldn't normally get elsewhere.
The photographer of this image notes:
"ShishkaBerry's was one of the scores of food vendors at Bumbershoot."