Written by oneOh on October 14th, 2009 · 552 views
There exists food out there which takes no preparation at all. Those foods are excluded from this list. These are the easiest foods to make. Chosen by a panel of food enthusiasts.
1. Grilled Cheese Sandwich: In its simplest form this is just a slice of cheese sandwiched between two slices of bread. Then toasted.
2. Spaghetti with Sauce: Throw spaghetti (or any pasta really) into a boiling pot of water. Wait several minutes. Strain spaghetti. Top with Sauce.
3. Hot Dog: Heat a hot dog in the microwave. Place heated dog in roll. Top with condiments of your choice.
Written by oneOh on September 4th, 2009 · 891 views
Just by looking at it, Foodenator knew it would be a 6 – The Dunkin’ Donuts Chicken Parmasan Flatbread sandwich. On taste alone the dd chix parm delivered. On looks, it didn’t look so hot to a tender eye.
This flatbread is made up of a chicken patty, a top piece of flat bread, melted parmesan cheese (could have fooled me, looked and tasted like mozzarella), marinara sauce, and a bottom piece of flat bread. First thing noticed when unwrapping was the bread was not exactly flat, it was moist and bent – dissapointing. The chicken patty looked out of place sandwiched between the top and bottom flat bread. The bread is triangles and the chix patty is ovalish. The melted mystery cheese was in effect melted and had a great consistency.
First bite and Foodenator was impressed. The whole package went down easy. Paired with a dd iced tea with nothing in it, makes an entire meal. Recommended
****** 6 out of 10
Written by cnoonz on June 30th, 2009 · 1,258 views
This is a great recipe for the summer when you have a lot of extra tomatoes. The recipe is also very light and you can adjust the spices for your taste.
1. Thinly slice a tomato and then cut each slice into four section
2. Place tomato on a plate and sprinkle lightly with garlic powder and salt
3. Chopped up fresh basil and sprinkle across the tomatoes
4. Take the ball of fresh mozzarella and cut approximately half into small, thin slices and place on top of tomatoes
5. Use a very small amount of balsamic vinegar & olive oil on top
Written by oneOh on June 1st, 2009 · 14,570 views
Foodenator had the opportunity to dabble in Pasta Bowls from Domino’s late last evening, after the Phish Show. Does pasta bowl go well after nitrus consumption, apparently. Is it a good mix with ‘shrooms, yep. Can you dine on pasta bowl post eating tainted brownies, mmhmm. Foodenator devoured the pasta bowls
Four Pasta bowls, one sausage and marinara, one chicken alfredo, and dos chicken carbonaras were delivered to Foodenator’s Phish at Fenway after party. They were all delicious, Carbonara being the highlight. The sausage pasta bowl could have used better sausage and more sausage. The chicken in the pasta bowls was white and tasty. Bread bowl in which the Pasta was delivered in was better than anyone at Foodenator expected. Overall, an eater really cannot go wrong with pasta bowls from Domino’s
******** 8 (out of 10)
note: unfinished Domino’s pasta bowls make decent breakfast pizzas
Written by oneOh on May 26th, 2009 · 8,085 views
It was late night Sunday this past weekend when Foodenator had the opportunity to eat one of Domino’s Signature Pizzas, the Fiery Hawaiian. Once again, Foodenator used the excellent Domino’s online pizza tracker.
Note: Foodenator mentions ’2nd’ in the article title because we reviewed the 2nd Fiery Hawaiian Pizza. The first pizza was mishandled immediately upon receiving it from the delivery man. The first pizza ended up outside of the box on the floor. Note to Foodenator readers: handle pizza box properly to avoid destroyed pizza.
The pizza has a mix of toppings that no other pizza has ever had, ever. Naturally Foodenator was excited as can be.
Fiery Hawaiian consists of the following: with sliced ham, smoked bacon, juicy pineapple, roasted red peppers, jalapenos, Original TABASCO® brand Pepper Sauce, provolone cheese, mozzarella cheese on a cheesy Parmesan crust.
After one devastating blow (the loss of the 1st Fiery Hawaiian) it seemed like last Sunday could be the worst Sunday of 2009. After a full 48 min of waiting after the 1st Pizza crash landed on the floor, the same delivery guy was back, with the same pizza, the XL Fiery Hawaiian. It was outstanding. Nothing more needs to be said.
Total money spent to actually eat the Fiery Hawaiian: $50 plus including 2 tips.
********* 9 (out of 10)
Written by oneOh on May 4th, 2009 · 886 views
After eating at Stella, we are not sure what type of food to categorize Stella’s food as. This may be because they have a variety of foods, mainly it seems Italian. Stella serves food from shellfish to steak and all the way back to halibut. They also offer some specialty drinks such as an adult rasberry lime ricky, sangria, and the trendy dark and stormy.
My choice entree was the Angus Beef (pictured). It sported mashed potatoes and some flavorful asparagus. The angus beef itself tasted like a tasty steak. Another favorite one the table was the Kobe beef on Arugula Salad, one of the two specials. For Desert a Tiramisu accompanied by coffee con baileys was ordered, both were near phenomenal. We did eat outside under the heat lamps which was comfortable. Stella also offered blankets (not snuggies) to the outside diners, that was thoughtful, but not used.
******* 7 (out of 10)
Written by oneOh on April 24th, 2009 · 202 views
Bertucci’s (often pronounced Ber-Tuck-ies) is found all over. For the ill informed, Bertucci’s is an italian restaurant’s that offers italian food at low prices. At lunch time they have deals on food for even lower prices, on top of that you get free bread and salad …unless the wait staff blows. We didn’t get salad. Iced tea is not lemonade, she brought the wrong drink but the iced tea was fine i guess. Rigatoni Abruzzi, the best thing on the menu, was tasty… skip the rest of the menu.
*****1/2 5.5 (out of 10)
Service ** 2 (out of 10)