Do you have a food that you simply can't live without? A craving that just can't be met with anything but whatever you favorite food is? I know we can litterally live without alot of things but do you have some food that you just love?
Coffee and flavored creamer. Just moved to Japan and they don't use flavored creamers. I never realized how much I enjoy a good cup of mint coffee or cinnamon spice. I miss it terribly and plan on bringing several back with me.
Goi Cuon known as Traditional Vietnamese Spring Roll recipe. you need:
1/2 lb. shrimp (36/40 size) (453g) -1/2 lb. pork leg (453g) -1 head red or green leaf lettuce -a few sprigs of mint -chives -banh trang (rice paper / Spring Roll wrapper) -bun (rice vermicelli, the starchless variety) -1 1/2 teaspoon salt -1 teaspoon sugar Nuoc cham recipe (Vietnamese dipping sauce recipe, Spring Roll sauce) -1 tablespoon Hoisin Sauce -2 tablespoons water
Being English, we don't have Thanks Giving, but I wish we did. We make up for it on Christmas though. I go to my moms for Christmas dinner every year and every year it's the same annual goodness. We always have turkey, pork and some special sausage (can't remember what it's called) with apple sauce and cranberry sauce on the side. Roasted honey glazed parsnips, cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, peas and sprouts. Boiled and roasted potatoes and home made gravy. A glass of sparkling wine to go with it too. It's so good!
Wow I have never tried a french press, must look into it sometime. And dark roast most always has a smokey, rich, wonderful flavor. I'll have to check out Nabob too never heard of that brand. But then again I haven't had coffee in a while. Sounds great though ,I love the smell of coffee.
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