CAT | food
never heard of #1 but I like sunkist orange. no wonder it tastes so good.
T got some of these from her work’s vending. Cool mint flavored eh? Not a big fan of mint, spearmint is cool, but peppermint is gross. We even use cinnamon toothpaste. But I had to try them. Meh…. even if I liked mint a bunch, these are not all that strong or good. Plus all the other flavors that the just born company makes are pretty cool, but I prob will not try them again.
Posted by beerorkid in food
full size pic Thanks once again to cornfused. (dude register so you can post crap)
so I picked one of these up while shopping for a good T bone friday at ideal.
I was actually blown away by how fricking awesome it tasted. The cap was almost locked on by the sugar crystal stickiness of it. Seriously it was the first time I had ever experienced a soda tasting so good. The sweetness was a bit over the top, but it was a sweetness I have not experienced from a soda. The cream soda flavor (vanilla) actually took a back seat to the awesome sweetness of the cane sugar.
It was so good I treated it like a bottle of booze. I would only take sips and screw the cap back on and jam it in the fridge. The empty bottle is still in the fridge to remind me to go and get more.
Jones sodas are severely over priced, but this 99 cent bottle was completely worth it. They offer many other cane sugar sodas and well diet dew is getting kicked to the fricking curb. Jones you rule.
Those pickles were once mere dills. They were once green. Their exteriors remain pebbly, a reminder that long ago they began their lives on a farm, on the ground, as cucumbers.
But they now have an arresting color that combines green and garnet, and a bracing sour-sweet taste that they owe to a long marinade in cherry or tropical fruit or strawberry Kool-Aid.
yeah. Apparently they do well in heat.
Scientists have bred a controversial featherless chicken which they say is faster growing.
The birds, created at the Hebrew University in Israel, will not need to be plucked, saving money in processing plants.
While the researcher behind the breed concedes that they would not be suitable for cooler countries, he says that in hot climates, the birds would fare better.
In my never ending quest to find a pizza that is good enough to ween T off of her favorite Val’s. I did get a free small or personal pizza card from them a few years back and remembered I liked it. So did some yard work, T had to do some stuff, we agreed to feed ourselves but when she came home neither of had eaten so I suggested Old Chicago.
medium Chicago style 1/2 pepperoni 1/2 mushroom and black olive. When I got home and opened the sucker up it looked awesome. The pepperoni was uber thick and the other side was loaded up as well. I grabbed my olive and mush piece and was not too impressed. Tried a pep one and well with that much pep you really can’t go wrong. But I was not impressed enough to order from there again, neither was T.
Just bumms me out that I have yet to find something I really like and something that will impress T. Nero’s, Piezanos, Ramo’s, Fox’s, and now Old Chicago have failed to do it for us. yai Yai’s is good, but not really a thin crust guy. I guess I will keep trying. Any suggestions?