We’ll talk more about our newest creation, chocolate dipped chocolate chip ice cream sandwiches, on Monday. They were surprisingly simple to make and extremely tasty.
Mark and Dan of The Sporkful had a competition recently over which host has the best version of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Believe it or not, one of them actually has Cointreau in it. Take a look and see which ‘wich sounds better to you.
Having recently posted about Belga Cafe and their glorious frites, I figured it was time to acknowledge that proper mayonnaise is, well, ridiculously good. Admittedly, mayo used to fall into a wide category of food I wouldn’t touch. This “white and mushy” category ranged from yogurt to cottage cheese to *gasp* whipped cream. I was so […]
This amazing looking Beef Wellington was made by my old high school It’s Academic teammate Jennifer Creekman and her sister Caroline Creekman (who is a pastry cook at Chef Geoff’s Tysons Corner), along with their friends Stacy and Em. PS: Who knew that anyone (especially anyone under the age of 100) made Beef Wellington anymore?
Hey folks: We’ve purchased our domain name so you can now find us at twofoodiebrothers.com. Don’t worry if you’ve already bookmarked the site’s old address or are using our RSS feed, neither has changed and both remain completely functional going ahead. But, when asked which website is your favorite, now all you need to say […]
The City Paper’s Tim Carman has an interview with Tan Nguyen who owns a new fusion banh mi truck that cruises around Arlington. It’s called Rebel Heroes and it’s interesting to hear Nguyen, who’s obviously Vietnamese, explain why he’s elected to eschew the traditional banh mis seen around Northern Virginia.
A few weeks ago, my email buzzed with news of Star & Shamrock, new Irish/Jewish fusion tavern/deli concept on H St. in DC. We were planning on going, possibly even next weekend, but then Matt Yglesias and Spencer Ackerman of the Internet Food Association just completely demolished the place in two different posts. See some […]
Located in the Barracks Row district, just a block or two from the Eastern Market metro station (orange line), Belga Cafe shines as a prime example of hearty, delicious Belgian fare. At first glance, the restaurant is warm and cozy, with tightly packed tables and a neighborhood feel. The service is prompt and attentive — […]
I apologize to all the loyal Two Foodie Brothers readers for my delay in this week’s iteration of the Subway haiku. However, the delay has only concentrated my hatred for Subway, culminating in this powerfully melancholy lamentation of Subway provolone cheese.
Let me introduce you to Nationals Park’s newest signature concession – the Rough Rider. It’s a massive beef rib served on the bone behind the center field scoreboard. First of all, let me just make this clear, it’s delicious. Also, there is just something so manly and correct about eating meat off a big bone. […]
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Bob Evans gravy machine which, thanks to Gizmodo, I learned could be a feature of a convenience store near you. My brother and I both agree that this is utterly disgusting.
In the wake of this unbelievably obnoxious piece on “Coffee Obsessives” in Washingtonian, who are now the most obnoxious food/drink snobs on earth? Who amongst the groups below would you most want to strangle if you were seated next to them at a party for five minutes?
Any of you who know me know that I am a fairly massive sports fan. I’ve written about sports since long before I ever tried to write anything about food. So, here is a brief attempt to merge the two subjects, with my personal top 5 list of foods I’ve consumed inside or outside stadiums. Please […]
I should introduce this new feature before launching right in… in short, Subway sucks. There is nothing good about that gummy, tasteless, veggie-and-salad laden debacle that they call a sub sandwich. So, over the next weeks, possibly years, I am going to offer weekly Haikus to describe my feelings towards Subway. After much meditation and self-exploration, […]
I want to preempt the people out there who are going to imply that I’m some latte-swilling, Georgetown-frolicking, East-Coast elitist. (Ya, I’m talking about you ,Wes) I’m not. The proof is in the proverbial pudding! (pudding post to follow in the near future) What coffee do I crave by the bucket? Why, its not some free-trade Ethiopian […]
Oh, the quandary for Jews on Easter Sunday. What to do? What to do? Virtually everything is closed. If you drive within 100 yards of any church you’ll get stuck in at least 15 minutes of traffic. There are no sports on. It’s a pretty boring day. Thus, Sam and I ventured off to one […]