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We ate here last night and it was really good, but now I’m paying for it. I used to be able to eat spicy food like nobody’s business, but then I spent a year in France, where they don’t even really use very much black pepper and now every time I dip a chip in salsa I get pre-cog Pavlovian shivers. But did I say it was totally worth it? The food was delicious. We had Szechuan pickles (duh), Numbing Lamb Face with noodles (duh duh) and Thrice cooked Bacon with rice cakes. The Szechuan pickles were a mix of spicy cabbage, cukes and peanuts and were super yummy and also very spicy. The Numbing Lamb Face was braised Lamb cheek with long gluten-y noodles and Szechuan peppercorn broth and was, well, quite numbing. The Thrice-cooked bacon was glorious and smoky and thankfully, not as spicy as the other dishes. The only gripe I had was that the menu was rather deceptive: when an item had one chili pepper next to it it really meant 5 and when it had two it really meant 10. Zero chili peppers means about 3 or 4. Go figure. If you can’t stand spicy food at all, skip this place. But you will really be missing out.
PS I was hoping the numbing lamb face would cancel out the Szechuan pickles down the line. I’ll let you know about the results of my gastrointestinal experiment.
I’ve been having a terrible day and this pic just totally brightened it!! Thank you, Floresta Donuts in Japan, for having created the donut I most want to buy but am least likely to eat as they’re just too cute!
Via Neatorama: “Finally, I can stop my search for the cutest doughnuts in the world. Check out these cat-shaped doughnuts (with almonds-for-ears) from doughnut chain store Floresta in Kawasaki, Japan. If cats aren’t your thing, there are also bears, bunnies, pigs, frogs, and more. Follow @floresta_mama on Twitter to keep up to date on the latest cute animal doughnut creations.”
My roommate and I found this recipe awhile back for making falafel in a waffle iron and we just had to try it. It was so easy and much healthier than frying it.
We used the Fantastic World Foods boxed falafel mix which is simple to make and very delicious. They have a great variety of…