Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Peasant food

You really can't go wrong with this one. Frank's Red Hot kicks major ass.

Cook up some pasta- any kind will do (al dente, if you please).
Turn on your cast iron skillet and fry up said pasta in loads of butter and a couple hefty pinches of salt and pepper, until it's all crunchy and brown and burned in places. Toss into a bowl and douse with Frank's Red Hot. Crack open your favorite soda and prepare for tastebud Nirvana.

The simplest food really is the best.


Brickgrrl said...

I discovered Frank's Red Hot last year and it's become a favorite. I like to add it to soup and splash it on all sorts of sandwiches. The experiments are more hit than miss. It really ratchets things up a bit. Ironically, I thought I didn't like things too spicy but Frank's gets it just right.

How's it Taste? said...

I've seriously thought about buying stock in French's, the company that makes Frank's. I buy it buy the gallon myself, and have yet to meet anyone who doesn't like it.