-Escargot. The best I’ve ever had was at a little seafood place in Seattle, it had cheese and garlic and puff pastry on it. So good.
-She-Crab Stew from Café Loco on Tybee Island. There were whole crab claws and it was loaded with Old Bay, and it makes me want to drive three hours for a bowl of soup.
-Crab anything actually. Dungeness crab soaked in butter…crab cakes with remoulade sauce…crab quiche…crab alfredo.
-Thai food. All of it. Panang curry duck and pork pad thai are my favorites.
-Korean BBQ. My fiancé and I just found the BEST Korean BBQ place in Duluth, Ga if any of you are in the area. It’s a buffet, one side of the buffet is all hot Korean food, dumplings and soups and what not, the other side is all raw meat. You load your plate up with raw shrimp, and steak, and whatever else and take it back to the table and cook it on the built in table grill. Expensive, but worth it.
-Sauerbraten with spazle and red cabbage. My family is German, and this is probably my favorite meal ever. Knorr used to make a great sauerbraten mix, but I can’t find it anymore.
-London Broil with my Dad’s béarnaise sauce. I had steak with béarnaise sauce at a bistro in Paris, and Dad’s is better.
-Big Macs. With French fries and more Big Mac sauce on the side.
-Penne Gorgonzola from Johnny Carino’s. I had this last night and it’s my new favorite thing.
-Pork with the verde sauce at Mexican places.
-Carne asada tacos from authentic Mexican places that do it right. Warm corn tortillas, carne asada, cilantro, and onion.
-My chicken. It doesn’t have a name, but chicken baked with a sauce made of cream of mushroom soup, sour cream, swiss and munster cheeses, with cracker crumbs on top.
-Quizno’s chicken bacon honey mustard sandwich.
-Panera Bread’s turkey artichoke panini.
-Fried Veggies. Mushrooms, cauliflower, and onions are the best.
-Fair food. Corn dogs, funnel cakes, apple dumplings. I could go to the fair and just spend the whole day eating.
-Banana pudding ice cream or cake batter ice cream.
-Boiled shrimp. With lots of Old Bay.
-My Mom’s popover chicken tarragon with mushroom sauce.
-Prime rib with lots of horseradish sauce, heavy on the horseradish, light on the mayo.