Thursday, May 30, 2013
After scanning the recipe to see the list of ingredients and steps involved what else was there to do but make the burger and try it ourselves. I do warn you that this is a labor intensive recipe and I applaud the women for such dedication to finding the perfect recipe and even more that she would share it with us.
Here is our version
And here is the link to the article if you'd like to try it for yourself what-does-a--100-000-burger-taste-like
The end result was tasty but we felt like it was lacking a bit of a sauce. I don't know if it was that we didn't add enough aioli to our buns or if a nice drizzle over the entire burger would have been better option. The bottom line since we are mere home chefs is if this burger was served in a restaurant we would definitely have a favorite. The fried watercress with shallots is a great addition and of course the Thai themed flavors adds a nice twist to an old favorite.
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Clearing out my cupboards and using up products on hand I baked these yummy treats for the co-workers today.
Recipe is as follows
Preheat Oven to 350 degrees
Bake 20 - 23 minutes
Makes 1 dozen
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Will be coming home in a few days after a lengthy stay in Paris. Bringing home lots of goodies for my family and friends which I am sure will be welcomed with open arms. Enjoyed my time in both London and Paris but home sounds really good right now. Here are a couple photos from my phone until I can vet the ones from my camera posted.