And it should be noted that the pasta at Ecco is made in-house. The linguini is thin and perfectly cooked; try it with the kale pesto or the vegetables in cream sauce, both delicious.
I am one of the repeat customers, and I love it!
This (commercial) is crap. Jive-ass crap.
Wonderful article - great questions & answers. I agree- we need to slow down and think about our food and how we cook it. Healing ourselves starts from the inside and with the fuel we burn. Thanks for the fun.
That was WAY too easy!
The most wonderful place to get a dessert. Jerry's!!!
I know, I know!
jerry's! wedding cake supreme
By the way, the Mississippi bill is written in a way that's open enough that a business could turn away someone for being Muslim or Jewish or even the wrong brand of Christian. If I'm a Baptist, I could turn away a Presbyterian and tell him it was pre-destined he wouldn't shop with me today.
Of course, it would also provide the freedom for someone like me to turn away all the Christian right just out of principle, though that would be bad business.
Obviously, it's aimed primarily at homosexuals, but the broad scope of the law and what it would allow goes a lot deeper than that.
Again, another positive move by Kelly. If you don't follow him on Twitter, go check out his feed and see his series of tweets where he posted the piece on cooking a chocolate chicken recipe that a child (probably around 5 or 6) sent him.
"Umami" is the brainchild of Ajinomoto Co., Inc., mass producer of monosodium glutamate. They market Umami to hide the fact that L-glutamic acid (manufactured L-glutamic acid) in monosodium glutamate is a neurotoxic amino acid well known by legitimate scientists to kill brain cells and cause endocrine disorders. That's right, manufactured L-glutamic acid is an endocrine disruptor. "Umami" is the marketing tool that Ajinomoto and others in the glutamate industry use to legitimize the production and sale of monosodium glutamate and the 40 or so other ingredients that contain processed (manufactured) free glutamic acid.
These chips are so hot I just Googled them and found this. So they're super hot is what I'm saying.
The new Petra is also a great place for dinner not just lunch and once a month they have authentic Bellydancing :)
oh gee!!! that is what I said!! :( Guess he beat me to it.....
The Mediterranean store on Park has a version that is only $1.39.
"Owner Sue Choi is a Korean whose ex-husband is Greek". Were these the people that used to run the PETRA restaurant where Fuel Café is now located? It also boasted a Greek/Korean fusion menu.
Visiting Kwik Chek on Madison is like being "friends with benefits" with a convenience store. The spanakopita goes great with a half muffaletta and some deviled eggs.
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