I can find them, but they’re not widely available in every part of the country, and many shoppers see those as a bit of a splurge item. We wanted to go basic with this taste test—something that could help you out in whatever market you may find yourself in, even if it’s a bodega.
My weeknight recipe is essentially a modification of Marcella’s. I still can’t see myself buying sauce for pasta, but I’m a bit more open to it if it’s going to be a component in something larger, and I just want to get on with things instead of waiting another 30-40 minutes for the sauce to cook.
We’re working on it a fast as we can, damnit!
The translation I got was really rough and involved monkeys, and since I didn’t have an Argentinian handy, I thought I’d leave it to the commentors. Sure enough, you and another a guy upthread were able to help! This is why I love all you guys.
If the draft had continued for a few more rounds, you would have seen Clearly Canadian, Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray, CapriSuns and Ovaltine.
Another one on my list! I wasn’t sure if Kate or Aimee knew what it was, though, and I didn’t want to have to explain the whole thing.
If it comes down to winning or batshit crazy, I will pick batshit crazy 100% of the time.
Sprecher’s cream soda is THE SHIT.
I’m originally from NYC and have lived in Baltimore for 3 years. Cheerwine is something I’ve tasted like 5 times in my life, if that many.
And I intend to keep those types of picks coming!
I didn’t go with the Americano because I needed to play water in the first round. Then I wanted to go as wild card as possible to both shock and mystify.
I was going to use it, but I already had YooHoo and since seltzer had already been mentioned I decided to go further left field. I’m a native Brooklyner, and egg creams are extremely important to me.
Kate was the one who inquired further, so she needs to be the one to test this. I want nothing to do with any of this.