The potato patch!!! Holy crap, we used to go there all the time I'm still in Texas pretty close to that restraunt. And yeah, it's pretty much fried and breaded everything. The roll thrower is pretty cool though, it was my favorite part of the place as a kid (and I never wanted to EAT what he threw at me, just catch them. lol!)
Originally Posted by Cierra
I hate that feeling, We went to a "famous" steak place here in Austin a few months ago, and of course got the steak! We were wanting to treat ourselves for finally getting the apartment unpacked. It was horrible, way oversalted/seasoned, not even close to med-rare, had some horrible "cheese" "bacon" and salt crap piled on top (not in the description, I assure you) The veggies were covered in rancid oil and limp. It was the worst food we'd tasted in a LONG time. We complained, didn't pay. Ran by the store and got raw steak, an hour later we were eating REAL food at home My boyfriend now refuses to get steak when we go out because it's way too expensive and we know I can cook a better one at home anyways.
Originally Posted by Mud Flinger
We made Monkey-Bread all the time while I was growing up. chop-up canned biscuits, mix with melted-margarine/sugar/cinnamon, bake. omg, so unhealthy but I remember loving it at the time.
Originally Posted by magnolia1973
"home-made donuts" by my mother
You will need: CHEAP biscuits from a can (doesn't work with the fancy ones!), a pot full of vegetable oil, a bowl full of powdered sugar and a shot glass (yeah, seriously).
Lay the biscuits flat on the counter, use a shot glass to make the "donut hole", fry the donuts and donut holes in the pot of oil, cover with powdered sugar. EAT!
"fat free and healthy cake" by my mother
You will need: premade angel food cake (fat free!!), strawberries, bananas, pre made strawberry pie filling (fat free!!), Instant Vanilla pudding - preped (fat free!!), Cool Whip (fat free!!)
pull apart angel food cake, and put it in a serving bowl, chop strawberries and bananas, mix with cake, drizzle the strawberry pie filling and pudding throughout the mixture. cover with cool whip and decorate with sliced fruit on top.
Last edited by Betty_Groker; 05-02-2013 at 09:13 AM.
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