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Wvrst is the best

Growing up I despised sausages: They looked weird and I hated how the casing burst in my mouth when I bit into to them. I was always a bacon girl — then one day out of the blue, I ordered a sausage with breakfast at some random diner and everything changed. 494 more words

Restaurants

Serious Wild Food

That’s a hoisin-roasted wild wigeon, with duck-fat French fries, courtesy of my dad. I mean the photo is courtesy of my dad, I wasn’t lucky enough to actually eat the meal. 154 more words

Wild Food

An Atlantan In Baltimore: Annabelle Lee's Revisted

Annabel Lee Tavern: Canton, Baltimore, MD, USA

I took my parents to Annabel Lee’s Tavern along with two friends from Japan I met during my MPH program for dinner here after graduation.   358 more words

The Gastronome

Duck, Duck, Goose

So sometimes, it’s just for fun. We took the duck rillette we had saved after our smoked duck breakdown and decided to to use the fat to oven-fry Yukon gold potatoes and top with the shredded duck. 99 more words

Ideas

Comptoir Gascon, ££

Part of my Under £20 Challenge.

Background: Little brother of michelin star Club Gascon.

Cuisine: French

Location: 63 Charterhouse Street, Farringdon, London EC1M 6HJ (closest station Farringdon) 271 more words

Wendy Eats Out

An Atlantan In Baltimore: SALT

SALT: Baltimore, MD, USA

Last entry for 2014 and what a great post to end on.  Salt is supposedly on the higher end of restaurants in Baltimore, but there were a few things on their menu that were begging to be eaten, and eat them we did!   654 more words

The Gastronome

An Atlantan In Baltimore: Duck Fat Fries

Annabelle Lee’s Tavern: Baltimore, MD, USA

Duck. fat. fries.  Those three words mean more to my tastebuds than anything potato I’ve ever eaten.  I actually found Annabelle Lee’s Tavern from YELP after a friend and I wanted to have a good dinner out on the town at a new place we haven’t tried after a whole day of studying.   308 more words

The Gastronome