Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Wednesday Recipe Roundup

And it's my 1000th post. I get to write about something I love, food. I'll start with heaven on a bun. That's what this restaurant calls it. I say it is a weeks worth of red meat in one sitting. But I guess if you can afford to order this one, you can afford to pay the medical bills.
At about 5 1/2 inches across and 2 1/2 inches thick, the mound of meat is comprised of beef from three continents American prime beef, Japanese Kobe and Argentine cattle.

The bill for one burger, with garnishing that includes organic greens, exotic mushrooms and tomatoes, comes out to $124.50 with tax and an 18 percent tip included. The restaurant will donate $10 from each sale to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
I would rather eat sushi and drink cold sake for that amount, much healthier. Speaking of fish, I love almost every one except salmon and mackerel. Salmon tastes muddy and mackerel tastes fishy. There are many other fish in the sea. Now, I personally like tomatoes but the site tomatoes are evil has persuasive arguments on why you shoud avoid this tasty nightshade. Barbecue season is in full swing. If you want to know why and how to cook your meat instead of a straight recipe, go here. This sounds like a great variation of fried chicken. If you feel the need for a refreshing alcholic beverage, there is the Cuke. Definitely an interesting choice of ingredients. I might try it.

Update: I forgot the vegetables, my bad. This sounds like a great zucchini recipe and a healthy substitute for mashed potatoes. I also like to use also sunchokes (jerusalem artichokes) as another substitute for the potato. It's an Emeril recipe and very tasty.

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