i tried some from the t and t at franklin the other day ,good pork bad attitudes but thats anouther story .any one have any good leads to better q.can be anywhere in the city(im from strathmore ,so when im in city im all over)thanks guys
Cooked dried black beans provide the wow factor in this simple dip; you could serve the blended beans alone and guests would swoon over the rich, full-bodied flavor. Use leftover dip as a spread for sandwiches or burritos, or stir into a bean soup.
Many folks feel that mussels are a restaurant dish—something to order off the menu. But they’re surprisingly affordable at the market and quick and easy to cook at home. They’re also a great option for those looking for sustainable seafood choices.