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Category Archives: Sriracha
There is nothing not to like about this salad. For starters, it’s a meaty, spicy, non-wimpy salad — if you like Sriracha and you have a Weber, you are obliged to like this. Second, it’s a lightning fast recipe — … Continue reading
I’m pretty much convinced that you can’t screw up a Bành Mì sammich. We tried it with meatballs, pork loin, even hotdogs. Great every time. And then we realized: we’ve never tried chicken. So, one quick trip to The Battle … Continue reading
Been a while since I gushed on about how wonderful Sriracha is. Ran into this the other day whilst perusing the Cook It Frozen iPhone app, courtesy the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute. Not it’s humanly possible to make anything simpler. … Continue reading
I think we’ve confirmed the obvious: you just can’t screw up the bánh mí sandwich. There’s the Meatball Bánh Mì, the first one we tried. Then there’s the more traditional pan-fried pork loin version, which is always a crowd favorite. … Continue reading
The website is called The Battle of the Bánh Mì, which is obviously a bad pun (“bad pun” being redundant, of course). But there’s more to the name than just the pun. The word “battle” is not insignificant, because it … Continue reading