Recommended, great service and quality!
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I absolutely love this cake. It is definitely a pain, but worth the effort. It didn't look exactly like the picture, but the moist cake and salty kick are winners. I used a pastry bag in a swirl pattern to get the icing more even, and chilling the cakes a little helps a lot.
I am a very experienced baker and cook and I had the same issues with this cake. The caramel refuses to sink into the cake and is instead running out and down the sides of the cake. The frosting is not frosting. It's melted chocolate and also a complete nightmare. I followed the recipe to the LETTER and used the highest quality ingredients. So disappointed.
There's also an update on the changes in the plan for Queen City 'Que in the 7th Street Market. Helen Schwab has a blog about it here: http://helendining.blogspot.com/2011/12/mo…
Thanks for the info, Kathleen!
Queen City 'Que is the barbecue restaurant that's going into 7th Street Public Market. It's operated by Dan Huntley, a former Observer writer and author who currently has a barbecue food truck.
- Kathleen Purvis
Just what the world needs, another casual place that uses beer as their leading menu item.
This place is delicous!!!! I love it, great pastas and wine selection.
ever hear of a 'cobb salad', well this place is full of 'snob salads'.
6-14 dollars is outrageous to you for a delicious meal? what planet do you live on? The food is excellent and wait staff is great.
Food as the Art that it is ! Wonderful! Hope to make a trip down that way to try it!
Woops! Thanks for pointing out that typo! :insert embarrassed laugh here:
Crap dip?! Doesn't sound very yum to me!! lol!
What kind of closed minded person can't read descriptions to see that it's much more than just "a plate of veggies"? Someone that doesn't know food or how to cook, likely.
Me me me! I will pay these price for this amazing food. If you think it's *just a plate of veggies* you just are going to have to try it to be convinced.
who in their right mind is willing to pay these exhorbitant prices for a plate of veggies!?
Here's the link to the organic version of Chick-Fil-A
Thanks Ed for sharing this information with your readers. I am a big fan of Creative Loafing - it's a publication that is not afraid of spreading the truth! I think your readers would like to also know that you can eat this delicious sandwich chemical free! Check out my homemade organic recipe! Chick-Fil-A Now Open On Sundays
Love the ingredients, Positive we'd love the salad. Saving this one for certain.
Good to hear the frozen yogurt business is cooling people down all across the country!
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