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My roommate is a vegetarian turned recent vegan. I am the opposite of that, whatever that is. There was a point in my life that I'm fairly certain I ate a cheeseburger a day. A Wendy's No. 3 can be polished off without flinching (for those non-fast foodies, a No. 3 is a triple cheeseburger, fries and soft drink). In my eyes, the Hamburgler is a hero. So when every Atlanta publication raved about Holeman and Finch's burgers, I knew where my next beef binge was coming from.



For me, it doesn't matter if they're blond, brunette, red-head, tall, short, athletic or slender. [Laughs] I guess you can say I like all types of women. But a woman who is down to slow cooker pork belly earth scores major points with me! It's a turn-on.

Food and cooking shows began showcasing bacon, as did chefs and fast-food chains. There are mail-order and online bacon companies, where different varieties are readily available to pursue bacon on a higher level (cob-pork belly nashville, apple-cinnamon, 10-clove garlic and jalapeno, among many others).

Collard greens from the garden to the plate! A collard green dish can be intimidating to attempt to cook. Most people think of the southern style collards boiled with ham hocks and cooking belly pork in slow cooker cooking for 2 plus hours, a seemingly complicated recipe.

Considering that the contestants were not allowed to take advantage of their veteran helper's vast knowledge base, one has to wonder what the point was of having them there at all. If they were meant to shake things up by unhinging the contestants, that really didn't happen. Everyone appeared to work slow cooked pork belly in perfect harmony. And I'll admit I loved watching the real Top Chefs take orders instead of giving them.

In the end we decided the prototype would be almost like the original but with our unique twist. We substituted the italian sausage for ground linguica and domestic "kobe" beef. Instead of barbeque sauce we used sriracha.

Food only is $20 per person; wine only is $30; and, you guessed it, both are $50. The festivities run from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. There's even a parting gift: Cracklin' with Sea Salt. In other words, fried pork skin. But with sea salt?? That's truly making a silk purse out of a sow's ear.