My fiancée just puts it straight on buttered corn. It’s high summer and she probably eats an ear a day as a snack.
You are not the only one.
A restaurant near me makes fried cauliflower bites with a gochujang sauce and it give sme life.
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It’s a decent source of vitamin C, and really anything brightly colored from a plant is rich in antioxidants.
Maybe he could try this once he completes the Tallahassee Trail.
Fellow Tallahassee resident here (though I’m from the Boston suburbs and still sometimes feel like I’m in a different universe here). My fiancée is a trans woman (we’re both white) and I’m following this closely. It really disappointed me that the Democrat misgendered him.
They’re great treats for dogs, too. Keeps them occupied for a while.
This reminds me way too much of the rosebud article. I still haven’t recovered from that.
It’s not about immigration, but I just finished The Murmur of Bees by Sonia Segovia and loved it. It’s magical realism, kind of like Isabel Allende tends to be.
Hasan Minhaj proposes that very solution here. It’s a highly entertaining watch but yikes, what they put people through....
Reminds me of Patton Oswalt describing the time he saw Jerry McGuire
Not gonna lie, I adore their lemon cake and when I’m on that side of town, I’ll occasionally grab a “bundlet” which is a lovely dessert for 2 people (or one if they’re eating their feelings).
I love Blaze and go to the one next to the campus where I work frequently, but I’m with you on the consumption window. They’re amazing from 0-5 minutes out of the oven, good for another 5, and quickly progress from there to rubbery garbage.
Same. Taxis I’ve taken have smelled like smoke, been creepy, or had the driver texting. I tend to use Lyft but I love knowing the name of the driver, their license plate, and make/model ahead of time. I will never take a taxi again if I can avoid it.