I’d try it.
I love pickles, so I’d totally try this! Might wanna slice the pickles a little thinner tho.
The pickle sandwich is slightly odd, but seems okay to me so long as you like pickles in the first place (which I do).
It’s also just the ticket if you’re on a low carb diet! (I’m assuming that’s a dill pickle, not sweet)
The best Dim Sum joint in town had little triangular beef curry pies (the curry sauce was fruity more than spicy), and a round bbq’d pork pie nicknamed as “Pork Cookie,” because the top “crust” really was more like a slightly sweetened cookie. Both of these were snacks with meat but also dessert-y elements. None of our surviving places, good though they are, offer these on their Dim Sum menu.
Yesterday, saw that the merchandise section of the Harry Potter pop-up was something the public could go into, and saw they had official Butterbeer.
Decided to try a bottle ($7!), and that’s all I’ll ever need. I remember years ago someone said the drink Pepsi Blue tasted like one was “drinking gummi bears.” In the case of Butterbeer, it was like drinking a more-tart butterscotch candy.
I’m more willing to mix myself up a Planet Hollywood “Congo,” than ever try Butterbeer again.
A friend of mine who put some time and trouble into developing her own butterbeer recipe tells me that the mixer of choice is a good small-batch cream soda.
I saw that one when I was at Jungle Jim’s in Cincinnati but I didn’t get a chance to get a picture because my daughter was being a pain.
Is it… bold?
We had Butterbeer when we went to the then-new Wizarding World attraction in Orlando, and mostly what I remember was that it was intensely sweet. (I can see why they didn’t make it alcoholic, but actually the real stuff would have a very low percentage.) The “Pumpkin Juice” I don’t think contained any actual pumpkin (not sure if pumpkin flavoring was involved) and was more like a spiced apple cider that was also kind of on the sweet side. It wasn’t bad, exactly, but I didn’t have the urge to drink it again, either.
I’ll never know, I got it to round out a six pack of other display sodas!
Hormel should have made a really hot tinned chilli and marketed it with the name “Dinty’s Inferno”.
These remind me of the ACI shorts Rifftrax has done - I’m always yelling “Sure, I guess you could, but why?!” at those.
Are you telling me you’ve never made a mask of grass?
I could only get my hands on some corn, and well… I got stuck.