The humble hot dog has been around longer than you might think, and how it became an American icon with a surprising number of regional varieties is intimately linked to American culture and history. Whether you like them boiled or grilled, with chili or sauerkraut or, blasphemy to some, ketchup, the history of hot dogs is a history of modern America.
The history of Bologna combines a distant past with modern inventions, immigration patterns, government regulations, and economic necessity, all to arrive at the boloney, mayo and American cheese on white bread staple that USA Today calls “a nutritionally dubious midday meal for millions of US students.”
Wendy's has teamed up with the popular series "Rick and Morty" for their new limited-time meals. Today's review is for the new "Hot Honey NOT Birdperson Combo" featuring a Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich, Fries and a Drink. Is this new meal worth the hype? Find out in today's review!
Ex-convict Larry Lawton shows you how to cook Prison Pizza. Inmates did what they could when it came to prison food and this is an example of making a prison meal that everyone loved. Prison life still sucks but sometimes on occasion the food was delicious. It's Prison cooking at its best! Mangia BTW: if you are not in Prison - there's no need to cook in a plastic bag. Use a pan - much safer
Popeyes has changed the entire Chicken Sandwich dymanic with the release of their new Blackened Chicken Sandwich! This chicken filet has no breading but is coated in Cajun Seasoning, the sandwich also includes Pickles and Mayo. Is it any good? Find out in today's review!
Recipe: The Acid of your choice. 1-2 Tablespoons/15 -30 ml per Quart/Liter of Milk Milk - raw milk works the best, but in most places you need to know a farmer to get it. Pasteurized still works, that's what I use here. Ultra pasteurized doesnt' work very well, but if it's free like I got, you have nothing to loose for a smaller amount of cheese. Heat to 190 F or 88 C Heat off Mix in your Acid Wait Strain
Weird History Food is going to get sloppy with this one talking about the history of the Sloppy Joe. Whether it came from Sioux City, Iowa, Key West, Florida or Havana, Cuba, the Sloppy Joe has left a deliciously large greasy imprint on the hearts of America. This loose-meat sandwich has been associated with school lunches, manly meals, and cheap, but delicious comfort food since the 1930s.