I must have a great memory because I am able to recall so many school cafeteria foods. Boloney boats were one, potato turbate (like shepherds pie but with no vegetables) was another. At Thanksgiving and Christmas we always had a holiday meal of baked chicken and mashed potatoes. Friday's lunch was fish and rice (I carried my lunch that day!). And dessert was always a choice of a fudgesicle, popsicle or ice cream sandwich.
Is this the Black bean and goat cheese tamale from Boscos?
Phillip Ashley's chocolate bacon is da bomb!
Las Tortugas or Las Delicias?
Went Saturday and picked up a growler full of High Cotton's Belgian IPA. It was a perfect birthday present for a friend, and I spent less than $15.
Where you're eating? Heck, I can't even tell what you're eating.
Is this the Flyer, or did I accidentally stumble on someone's Instagram feed?
I get them at Miss Cordelia's, a very family friendly store. I can honestly say they're the best chips I've ever eaten. At first they seem hot, but I can't stop eating them! I saw on Nikki's Hot Ass FB page that they're available all over the city now and she's selling them by the case at a discount. I just bought a case for fun stocking stuffers.
I think the seasoning is amazing! I use it on everything. Whole Foods already carries the seasoning, so I do not see the problem in them also carrying the chips. Hopefully they will change their mind and let customers also purchase the hot ass chips! I think the bag is awesome! I love the label! I will be giving my family Nikki's Hot Ass Chips & also Hot Ass Seasoning in their Christmas stockings this year!
By Joe Boone
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