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Food Porn Love, Sans sweets.
Aug 21 '14
craving-nomz:

Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

craving-nomz:

Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

(Source: gastrogoodies)

Aug 21 '14

[Photographs: Todd Brock]

Illegal Food

At Joystick Gamebar, 427 Edgewood Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30303 (map); 404-525-3002; facebook.com/illegalfood

Aug 21 '14

christellar:

And let the pulling, flaking, burning-of-fingers, and chowing down begin.

Kenji, this is genius.
Aug 21 '14
coworker sent this yesterday

coworker sent this yesterday

Aug 20 '14
Aug 20 '14

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Submitted by: incrediblyedible.org

Simply The Best Spag BolThere is nothing quite like a hot plate of spag bol to comfort you on those cooler evenings. This delicious homemade pasta sauce is made with all natural ingredients. Packed full of hidden veg which is just perfect for fussy eaters. I like to serve mine with whole wheat or quinoa pasta making the meal higher in fibre than it would be served with regular white pasta…RECIPE

Aug 20 '14
Aug 20 '14


[Photographs: Brian Oh]
This isn’t the first time we’ve featured a sandwich from D.C.’s favorite gas station-cum-late night sandwich oasis, Fast Gourmet, and for good reason. The Chivito, as we discussed here, is one of the marquee sandwiches and a massive concoction of beef, ham, bacon, and a hard boiled egg, but it’s not the only sandwich of note on the menu. The Cubano ($8.50) is definitely worthy of stomach space the next time you’re out on U Street.
Made with pork butt, Black Forest ham, Swiss cheese, kosher pickles, mustard, and pressed between Cuban bread, the Cubano is just as meaty and filling as the Chivito. The pork butt is deliciously fatty and smoky, while thick slices of ham add some extra heft. The pickles add a bit of crunch and the cheese and mustard nicely balance the mountain of pork. The Cuban bread is pressed thin, but is substantially bread-y and develops a satisfyingly crisp outer layer and grill marks from the press. The end result is a sandwich that’s packed so densely that each bite is a concentrated blast of pork and cheese. It makes a great lunch, but a fantastically greasy alcohol sponge if you’ve just been bar hopping nearby. Oh, and it comes with fries.
Fast Gourmet is coming up on its second year anniversary, so there’s no better time to check out it’s killer gas station sandwiches. It’s open until 5:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday so you might want to just go ahead and take a Sharpie and write “Deliver to Fast Gourmet” on your forearm before you go out.
Fast Gourmet 1400 W St NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 (map) 202-448-9217; www.fast-gourmet.com

[Photographs: Brian Oh]

This isn’t the first time we’ve featured a sandwich from D.C.’s favorite gas station-cum-late night sandwich oasis, Fast Gourmet, and for good reason. The Chivito, as we discussed here, is one of the marquee sandwiches and a massive concoction of beef, ham, bacon, and a hard boiled egg, but it’s not the only sandwich of note on the menu. The Cubano ($8.50) is definitely worthy of stomach space the next time you’re out on U Street.

Made with pork butt, Black Forest ham, Swiss cheese, kosher pickles, mustard, and pressed between Cuban bread, the Cubano is just as meaty and filling as the Chivito. The pork butt is deliciously fatty and smoky, while thick slices of ham add some extra heft. The pickles add a bit of crunch and the cheese and mustard nicely balance the mountain of pork. The Cuban bread is pressed thin, but is substantially bread-y and develops a satisfyingly crisp outer layer and grill marks from the press. The end result is a sandwich that’s packed so densely that each bite is a concentrated blast of pork and cheese. It makes a great lunch, but a fantastically greasy alcohol sponge if you’ve just been bar hopping nearby. Oh, and it comes with fries.

Fast Gourmet is coming up on its second year anniversary, so there’s no better time to check out it’s killer gas station sandwiches. It’s open until 5:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday so you might want to just go ahead and take a Sharpie and write “Deliver to Fast Gourmet” on your forearm before you go out.

Fast Gourmet
1400 W St NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 (map)
202-448-9217; www.fast-gourmet.com

Aug 20 '14
christellar:

food52:

We want to see your best burgers — like this one from dennistheprescott. 
Read More: Put a Filter On It: Burgers on Food52

wholyfuckingshet

christellar:

food52:

We want to see your best burgers — like this one from dennistheprescott

Read More: Put a Filter On It: Burgers on Food52

wholyfuckingshet

Aug 20 '14
anabellaa15:

this was crazy.

anabellaa15:

this was crazy.