Olive Garden has just revealed their latest limited-time offering in the form of a Chicken & Potato Florentine Soup. This soup is currently being served up for $6.95 alongside the brand’s infamous unlimited soup, salad & breadsticks lunch. Get it while you here boy*!
Beginning on Monday, December 5, 2011 and continuing through Tuesday, December 20, 2011, Hard Rock Cafe locations across the U.S. will be offering guests a Hard Rock Certified Angus Beef Legendary Burger, with seasoned fries and a Pepsi product of guests’ choice, for just $4. The process is simple enough, hop on to the dedicated “Legendary” website to download a complimentary $4 Legendary Burger Meal certificate.
Dirty…spicy…unhealthy…all the qualities in a burger that is more-than-likely absolutely delicious. Our friend Nick recently made a trip out to San Diego to check out the burgers at Nicky Rottens, and the result is a look at this Dirty Sanchez Baja Burger. This multiple layer burger rocks a beef patty, topped with chili, pepper jack cheese, jalapeños, lettuce, tomato, homemade salsa, guacamole, sour cream and a giant onion ring. So. Hungry.
Want to be able to chill your wine and drink it like a man…? Well here’s a portable, stainless steel Chiller cask; an up-cycled US Army ammo case that’s been converted into one of the manliest box-of-wine boxes you’ve ever seen. Inside each Chiller is a refillable tri-laminate “eco-bag” filled with 3 liters (4 bottles) of whatever grape juice you desire. The liquid is dispensed through a stainless steel European tap.
An added plus? The Thrillist deal that put this product out lists at two different prices ($70 or $80), both of which actually ship with wine (one of which is a coastal queen chardonnay, the other is Thurston’s Oasis Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon).
You had me at pie. With this handy machine the only limit to the contents of your own personal pies is your imagination! Feel like a classic chicken pot pie? No problem. Feel like four chicken pot pies? Totally doable! Don’t be afraid to stray off of conventions here either. Try experimenting with s’mores pies, or a pie filled pie… I’m not sure if that last one’s a real thing, but you can make it a real thing! ($26 @ ThinkGeek)
Got an e-mail this morning from my friend Dorothy, who intro’d her message with: “smack yourself if you haven’t tried this!” Coming from Dorothy, it’s usually something amazingly delicious I’ve yet to think of, and it’s usually something that’s so plausible it’s like low-hanging fruit you never noticed before…and low and behold, she was describing homemade Nutella Hot Chocolate.
The recipe is simple enough, stir Nutella into a cup of steaming hotmilk. I might be behind the times on this recipe, although it seems like something you’d find out on your own…I figured those who hadn’t been doing it just yet might appreciate a nudge in the right direction.
With all this cold weather upon us, I’m glad Dorothy dropped a little nugget of knowledge on me that’s going to make my nighttime window-gazing adventures that much more heartwarming. NUTELLA!