Delicious Noms of Your Day
I know there is a cooking thread, but this isn't about cooking. Instead let's have a nice suggestion of delicious foods thread.
I rarely eat pizza, but every now and then I go to Papa Murphy's. recently came out with a new pizza called the Thai Chicken deLITE that comes ona crispy thin crust that's topped with a sweep Thai chili glaze, premium grilled chicken, zucchini, onions and more. I really enjoy non conventional pizzas and this is very delicious. Adding sriracha sauce makes the pizza even better.
I know there is better pizza out there, but this one is pretty good for a decent price.
THIN CRUST INFERIOR
(That's a Pizzeria Due "Due Special," in my opinion the best pizza in Chicago. Dat cornmeal crust. Also, Chicago Deep Dish is the epitomy of "more toppings.")
That looks really good. Papa Murphys does take home and bake deal. The Thai chili glaze sounds good but I think I would rather have that on the side that way I can control how much I want per slice. Sriracha goes on almost everything I eat also.
HOLY FUCK, THESE WERE GOOD.
...my brother is making stock from the bones, grease and the vegetables we couldn't scrape off the pot as I type this.
EDIT: Thin Crust is Awesome.
Thin crust all the way.
I am a terror to all Pizza.
//Though I like thick crust a bit more :-p
My Nom of the day is Bahn Mi from Paris Sandwich.
Probably going to have Mexican today. The place I go to here is cheap and gives you TONS of food.
I've only had those three.
The way it seems to work is that each pit master serves exactly one thing, with no choices. It costs $8 each. $2 for a drink.
I ate St. Louis-Style Ribs from Checkered pig, which came with a side of salad that looked like cole slaw, but wasn't.
I also ate Baby Back Ribs form 17th Street Bar and Grill that came with a side of beans.
Both ribs were really good, but they didn't blow my mind. They were probably the second or third best ribs I've had. They didn't come close to the soul food night in Fishkill. I think I prefer St. Louis-Style in general.
The salad blob did not look appetizing, but it was actually really great! It was just finely chopped lettuce, cabbage, red onion, and green pepper all slawed together in a scoopable blob. But there was some kind of dressing on there that was invisible and had almost no consistency, but it tasted great. Was excellent at clearing the pallet to enjoy the full flavor of other foods.
The beans... WERE INSANE. Best beans I've had in my life. Thank god they gave me two scoops, or I would have had to murder someone to get more. I found the bean recipe. I'm doing it the next chance I get.
You can also have the beans shipped. I might do it for comparison purposes.
I may go back tomorrow. Most of the places you could walk right up and get food, except Big Bob Gibson who had an insane line for his pulled pork shoulder.
The last thing I got was a fried pie for $4. There was a long line, but it was mostly because they couldn't make the popular flavors as fast as people bought them. I got apricot, which they had plenty of. It was not disappoint. A cross between a funnel cake and a pie crust in the shape of a flat calzone with hot real fruit filling.
Post-Graduation Sushi Boat; if you live in the Portland area, that's from Sinju.