Just visited the Frederick, MD branch, and what a bargain. Friday special: half-pound pulled pork, two sides, a roll, and a large drink for $7.99. The pork was good, the onion rings were very good, and the beans were average. I'll be back.
Check out the highlights from our summer feast sponsored by Stella Artois and Feastly at North Brooklyn Farms, featuring food from chef Theo Friedman of Theory Kitchen.
How to Pit Olives
This method for removing the pits from olives is an exercise in relativity: It wouldn't work with a peach. CHOW contributor Stephanie V.W. Lucianovic demonstrates.
How to Pit a Cherry with a Paper Clip
Have to pit a bunch of cherries, but don't own a cherry pitter? CHOW.com's Roxanne Webber shows you how to use a common household item to do the trick. For more info on alternate ways to pit a cherry, see these Chowhound discussions.
How to Remove the Pit from an Avocado
And get the good stuff out easily.
How to Pit a Plum in Under 10 Seconds
This technique for pitting plums from Spring Warren, author of The Quarter-Acre Farm, will come in handy when you need plums for pies, chutneys, tarts, or just eating!
Beat the heat with this boozy spin on an iconic Southern beverage. The trick to this adult slushee is to first freeze your sweet tea into ice cubes, that way your drink won’t get watered down when you blend in the vodka. Read more.
Started From - Michelle Tam
Paleo cook book author Michelle Tam talks about her food science roots and the story behind her best-seller. Read more.