It’s not the Chivas or the huge amounts of cocaine that Hunter S. Thompson did each day that gets me. I’m still stunned that he ate as much as he did and yet still lived to be 67.
I mean, FETTUCINE ALFREDO IN A HOT TUB.
I saw this picture from Killer Burger on Facebook, almost got my keys, then remembered I’m trying to be good and that it’s going to be crowded on a Saturday night.
I am in the process of making a sandwich and I feel empty.
But I will probably feel better about my choice in the morning, when I go for a walk and get on the scale.
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I am intrigued.
Here’s their website. They have locations in NE Portland, the Sellwood area (southeastern near-burban), Vancouver, WA (across the Columbia), and in Bingen, WA (across the river again from Hood River, further inland.)
M-F from 2-5 pm is Crazy Hour, where the classic burger and peanut butter and pickle burgers are $5 each. All of them come with bacon unless you say otherwise. My personal favorite is the Fun Guy (mushroom/swiss) but I’ want to try the Black Molly — which is a burger with a Philly cheesesteak on it.
Dave’s Killer Bread: best off the store shelf bread I’ve had in Portland for my sandwiches.
I think its more seed-heavy breads are good, but I really love the basic whole wheat bread.
I’ve been in love with these bowls ever since I bought them at Costco (sorry, don’t recall the brand). Deceptively huge, easy to store, and the lids make them great for leftovers.
Hot wok action in the morning. #food #cooking (Taken with instagram)
Look at this fucking bullshit right here
Fuck PETA. Just, fuck you.
PETA is not particularly known for taste or tact in its ads but this is pretty high on the egregious scale.
It’s presuming people have never run into overweight vegetarians. This isn’t intended as body snarking. I’m just saying that in college I ran into some non-meat-eaters who were certainly as pudgy as yours truly because they were truly and honestly endomorphs or they ate a lot of junk food that didn’t have meat in it either. There’s a stereotype we have of vegetarians as healthy, skinny reeds who whine on about your disgusting habit of eating meat, and that’s in part because of PETA’s ad-shaming, actually. The truth is that going vegetarian or vegan requires a lot of work in terms of new proteins, and it’s not automatically healthier or better than a diet with meat in it. Generally, we ought to eat more plants and probably should eat meat more sparingly, but it’s about balance.
Nuance is not in PETA’s handbook, though.
You put so much good work into rescuing old buildings and creating a nice visual aesthetic for places to eat, drink, and take in live music.
It’s a shame neither the quality of the food nor the drink matches the quality of the decor.
I’ve been to four of your locations now. I know from whence I speak.
If I prefer one of your seasonal beers over three of your four regular in-house brews and the bartender is flat-out telling me to avoid certain cocktails on your menu because they’re no good, you have a major problem — and that’s not even getting into charging $12 for a personal-size pizza.
Sadly, your company makes money hand over fist, so it’s not like you have any reason to change anything. I’m sorry. I dislike white whiskey intensely and you feature it in what looks like an otherwise great cocktail based on the menu. C’mon.
(Yes, I tipped the bartender extra for his honesty.)
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It’s hard to go wrong if dinner starts with onions, garlic, red peppers, and andouille sausage.
Given my need to avoid certain starches, it’s nice to know that Einstein Bros. is ensuring that I’ll never eat a bagel from them again by eliminating most of Kettleman’s recipes.
If your bagel ain’t boiled, it’s a roll with a hole in it.