Originally Posted by why
Never had beef cheek, but guanciale is marvelous.
Oh, and lets of fish cheeks are the best parts of the fish. Tuna is really good.
The jowl - such an underappreciated...
I love them. Pork cheeks, beef cheeks, veal cheeks. All delicious in my book when braised slowly.
Additionally, try halibut cheeks if you ever see them on a menu. Don't recall where I ate them, but they were fabulous.
In Charlottesville, VA:
- Foods of All Nations
- The Organic Butcher
- Albemarle Baking Company
- Greenwood Market
Outside Washington, DC, The Italian Store for all of your salumi needs and great sandwiches.
I believe that is a Beaufort in the picture at the top. I can't see if it has the handwarmer pockets and game pocket that would be dead giveaways.
In the US, you can sometimes find Barbour jackets at Orvis outlets, but I think STP...
Originally Posted by bsyde82
I have a waxed cotton unis military jacket that I've finally began to wear. At first, I thought waxed cotton would be great for rainy conditions, but I've noticed that the jacket has...
Originally Posted by Spatlese
Yes, his Sauces book is very comprehensive to say the least, and a good future addition as well.
I read Sauces cover to cover, if you can believe that. Glorious French...
Try Cooking by James Peterson. It's good enough to teach someone the basics of cooking but should still hold some interest for someone more advanced. It's got a lot of photos of technique, which I think is helpful for some folks.
Lots of good recommendations. I second the recommendations for Al's cheesesteaks and Huong Que. I'll have to try some of other places in the Eden Center.
There are a few other places I recommend:
Duangrat's or Rabieng for Thai...