Hello, Friday…so nice to see you!
MN friends. The Juicy Lucy. Discuss…
Non-MN friends. The Juicy Lucy. Thoughts? Have you been blessed enough to experience such amazingness? If you aren’t familiar I’ll give you the lowdown. It’s a burger thats filled with cheese on the inside. And a burger thats been owned and treasured by the Twin Cities for as long as I can recall. You’ve got legendary places like this that have absolutely hit the nail on the head with showing folks how a classic Juicy Lucy is done. And then there’s spots like this that take the concept of the Juicy Lucy and run with it. The stuffed cheese is accompanied by things like bacon, caramelized onions, pepperoni, sauces of all sorts, peppers…the list could go on. Continue reading
I’m inventing a thing. It’s called a Chorder. Oh, funny you asked, my personal, dilluted-brain dictionary just happened to create a definition
Okay you guys. I don’t think you know how excited I am right now. It just doesn’t get much happier for me.
If you follow NP on social media you know that I’ve put some feelers out there for my local friends with regard to interest in doing a CSA this summer (if you don’t, please do…I’d really love to see you over there: Facebook@ nourished peach, Instagram @ nourishedpeach and Twitter @nourishedpeach1) . So, hey local friends..I’m happy to report back! Non-local friends, my apologies…I’ll be back asap with more recipes. Continue reading
When I first moved up to Minneapolis I waited tables at this place. There was a reuben on the menu that they were sort of known for at the time. But it wasn’t like any other reuben I’d ever had. The corned beef was braised. So the results were not a slice of dry beef, but the most tender, pull-apart, juicy bliss. It was basically like a love child between a pot roast and a corned beef brisket.
Fast forward about a bajillion years and here I was, just this past weekend, standing among a St Patricks Day haven at the local market: a giant cooler full of corned beef briskets. Score! Totally trying this reuben thing at home. Continue reading
So there’s this adorable coffeeshop called Pierce Street Coffeworks in the town I grew up in. Many of our “half days” of highschool ended with lunch at this cute little spot-which, now that I think back, was nearly 17 years ago…what?! Can somebody please recalculate and tell me I’m wrong here?
On top of great coffee the atmosphere was full of art and color…and the sandwiches on the menu were pretty stellar, too. The Nutty Bird used to be my go-to. So so delish. And every year on the day after thanksgiving I use my leftovers to take me back to that place of nostalgia. Oh my is it yummy. Continue reading
Summer is a favorite time of mine, as a reader, in the blogging world. Regardless of what the blog focus is, at some point, writers tend to share some sort of piece of their summer family vacation and I positively love it. It helps me get to know the writer and feel like a little part of their world-its so fun to get a glimpse into their personal lives beyond their everyday writing. Continue reading
Have we shared gyro love stories in the past? I don’t recall. But if you are reading this I have a good feeling our taste buds are a match made in heaven…and if that is, in fact, the case, there’s a good chance you have a slight adoration for the gyro sandwich. Our favorite in our neighborhood comes from this joint. Yes, my friends, you will arrive at a gas station. And you will walk right past the gas pumps and in through those old, worn doors into a convenience store that has a few shotty tables sprinkled in among a a sparse inventory of mediterranean groceries and a kitchen that pumps out some of the best gyros around. Its a hole-in-the-wall. A gem. And our go-to for a majority of the times we eat out with the kids. It’s my kind of spot, without a doubt.
I don’t make gyros at home because I just can’t compete with theirs. But this recipe for Weeknight Gyro Bowls gives me the same flavors right in the comfort of my own kitchen. Aside from the fact that they taste top notch…they’re so very healthful and fast to make. You’ll get them on the table in way less than 30 minutes, start to finish. Continue reading