Random Food Observations, Part 23

Micah Camden’s catsup mixed with a little horseradish and a squeeze of lime makes a fantastic cocktail sauce.

 

Crinkle cut fries are the worst fries. The best fries, in order, are shoestring, regular,  steak, home, waffle and then crinkle cut. And, if you widen the fried potato spectrum, many other items come before crinkle cut fries.

 

Bacon ground up in a hamburger patty or sausage is a waste of good bacon. Bacon should be crisped and accompany or surround the primary meat object, not be ground in it. Same goes for bacon in chocolate. I’m ready for that to no longer be a thing.

 

The quality of coleslaw in BBQ shacks, fish shacks, chicken shacks and dive bars has really declined in recent years. Coleslaw should not just be the Sysco shredded cabbage and carrot bag with some bland mayonnaise mixed in.

 

The more reviews on Yelp, the more likely the place will have four stars. The aggregate review score seems to be more related to the number of reviews than the quality of the food.

 

We might not have to sneak as many Koi Fusion burritos into JELD-WEN Field this season. Rumors have it that the food cart program is coming back and at least one permanent concession stand behind section 108 will offer bacon and bleu cheese tater tots.

Advertisements