I added ground beef to my version, but it would also be great with pulled chicken or chorizo. It was easy to make and I had meals for days. If one were inclined to make this lower fat or to hide vegetables inside, that would be simple to pull off.
Many months after moving into Williamsburg, I *finally* made it to Fette Sau. LOVED it.
My neighbor friend, her daughter and I went on a whim, ordering barbecued meat by the pound and beer served in mason jars (well, the two adults had beer; the three-year old stuck with water). As twilight fell, we ate at a shared picnic bench and chatted with the young couple next to us.
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If you like to talk about food (ingredients, restaurants, anything), check out donrockwell.com. It began as a DC-centric food discussion site, but has expanded with time.
I made some great friends through the site, and I still post – just usually about NYC spots now.
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I love Joanna Goddard’s post about her family’s trip to Austin. Can’t wait to get back there in a few weeks.