Balsamic Vinegar - cont'd

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  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,871 Posts
    This was my first.  Not everyone likes the sweet/savory combo, but I think it is something everyone should try at least once in their life.
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts
    Makes me kinda miss the doubledown.
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • navyjack77navyjack77 Registered Users, Member 1,200 Posts
    Tdub71 said:
    Mmmmmm.... Donuts...

    Well.....how was it? You can’t just post a pic like that and not tell us about the experience. 
  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,871 Posts
    edited March 12
    @navyjack77, it was quite pleasant.  Maple syrup was a nice addition, too.  Wouldn't order it as a staple, but I definitely recommend everyone try something like this at least once.

    Mine came from a place in bumblefuck, GA.

    Edit: Lack of wet wipes available was a negative, but we'll worth the sticky fingers.
  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    Always wanted to try a donut burger but never have yet. That looks amazing 
    The Cronut Burger you’re referring to is ridiculous. Had it twice in 2 days, never to be seen again in Canada after a massive food poisoning outbreak from the festival that held it. I don’t say this often, but I would’ve died a happy man after I ate one. 
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    Behold the Italian from firehouse subs.  It’s beautiful. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts

    Behold the Italian from firehouse subs.  It’s beautiful. 
    No better way to lead off into the weekend! Enjoy that!
  • FrankTheTank04FrankTheTank04 Registered Users, Member 828 Posts
    I definitely need to stop at Firehouse for some of that.
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  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    I definitely need to stop at Firehouse for some of that.
    Although Matt went with the Italian, I’d recommend “The Hook and Ladder”. Top shelf sammich. 
  • Tdub71Tdub71 Registered Users, Member 1,871 Posts
    I definitely need to stop at Firehouse for some of that.
    Although Matt went with the Italian, I’d recommend “The Hook and Ladder”. Top shelf sammich. 
    I am partial to the brisket, myself.  The wife is a big fan of the hook and ladder salad.
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts
    Honestly the whole damned menu is fantastic...sadly they took away the sauces from the counter until further notice and the the booger eating bastard 18 year old forgot to put it in my bag. the Chinese Terrorists have won.
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    Something Wicked this way comes 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • LudwigMonsterLudwigMonster Registered Users, Member 381 Posts
    Poutine.
    French fries, cheese curds, shredded roast beef with gravy and a fried egg = heaven.
  • scottsmith744scottsmith744 Registered Users, Member 170 Posts
    I do love a good poutine 
  • drsmartassphddrsmartassphd Registered Users, Member 2,458 Posts

    @Tdub71: there is a local donut shop here that I will use their donuts as a bun every so often when I BBQ.

    A couple years ago I made some at home with the following:

    • Homemade patty (hot wife's secret recipe), usually a 1/2 pound in size
    • Applewood smoked bacon that I also put on the pit with a dab of syrup and BBQ sauce
    • Pepper Jack Cheese
    • Onion/mushroom mix I put together and cooked down
    • Cut a Meche's donut in half, and put the glazed side of the donut facing the meat/fillings then quickly put the burger back on the pit so the top and bottom of the donut bun could catch the sauces left on the pit, while melting the cheese into the onion/mushroom madness

    I ended up making and eating three like this the same day.

    Still one of my best creations besides my kids.

    I did try a whole donut as the top and bottom bun, but found that to be overload, so I just cut one donut in half.


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  • scottsmith744scottsmith744 Registered Users, Member 170 Posts
    I had to me some reubens for me and the kid.  Very tasty

  • retirepujolsretirepujols Registered Users, Member 3,670 Posts
    *Just waiting for @matt_sackett 's next creation*

    "It's amazing how much work you can put in without gangly-ass legs in the way" - Sir Tdub71
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts
    Monday.  It’s coming.  And hell’s coming with me. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    Well.  It took a few weeks but had to go into work for an emergency so why not have the 1/2 lb’der from Arby’s. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    And just in case they were closed.  My emergency sammich. 
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    @Tdub71: there is a local donut shop here that I will use their donuts as a bun every so often when I BBQ.

    A couple years ago I made some at home with the following:

    • Homemade patty (hot wife's secret recipe), usually a 1/2 pound in size
    • Applewood smoked bacon that I also put on the pit with a dab of syrup and BBQ sauce
    • Pepper Jack Cheese
    • Onion/mushroom mix I put together and cooked down
    • Cut a Meche's donut in half, and put the glazed side of the donut facing the meat/fillings then quickly put the burger back on the pit so the top and bottom of the donut bun could catch the sauces left on the pit, while melting the cheese into the onion/mushroom madness

    I ended up making and eating three like this the same day.

    Still one of my best creations besides my kids.

    I did try a whole donut as the top and bottom bun, but found that to be overload, so I just cut one donut in half.


    this is all well and good my friend...but Pics or it didn't happen.
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    Pork Chop topped with avocado, lettuce, and grained mustard. On the side, we got BBQ chips. 
  • fahhq2fahhq2 Registered Users, Member 850 Posts
    <bump> cuz remember, we are all in this thread together.
  • slafrance2slafrance2 Registered Users, Member 1,221 Posts
    Not good but F it lol. Quarantine liquid diet. 


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  • mythicaldragonmythicaldragon Registered Users, Member 1,690 Posts
    Not a sammich... but yesterday mornings find is about to be tonight’s late night snack 🙂
  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    Not a sammich... but yesterday mornings find is about to be tonight’s late night snack 🙂
    I was wondering where I left my Jimmy hats...
  • mythicaldragonmythicaldragon Registered Users, Member 1,690 Posts
    Ur fried up jimmy hats was some good eatin 😋😬

    Found 73 more this evening they still soaking in salt water tho gotta get all the bugs 🐜 off. 
  • matt_sackettmatt_sackett Registered Users, Member 1,537 Posts

    So I fired up the smoker this weekend and tried something different..I made a loaf of sausage out of 3 different kinds of pork sausage, then sauteed some jalapeno's, garlic and onion. topped with some good KC bbq rub and smoked for 6 hours..

    there shalt be sammiches out of this beast.
    Nothing in life is as beautiful as the Balsamic thread.

  • cooldowncanadacubscooldowncanadacubs Registered Users, Member 643 Posts
    Damn! A sausage loaf!  I gotta try this
  • scottsmith744scottsmith744 Registered Users, Member 170 Posts
    I bet that is good 
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