How Bacon in Your Ice Cream and Peanut Butter on Your Pizza Can Mean Money in Your Pocket
We all have quirky tendencies when it comes to our food. They may pop up while we're cooking and mix a few ingredients that have no business being together, yet the food comes out amazing.
[clear][br] They could show up in the way we eat our food, like my brother who dips his potato chips in soda. When you run a restaurant such quirks or unexpected food combinations are important in setting your establishment apart.
[clear][br] Take for example, "Bacon Happy Hour" hosted each month at the now famous restaurant, Bad Decisions in Baltimore, or the "Skippy's Dare" pie at Randy's Wooster Street Pizza in Connecticut, comprised of provolone, bacon and peanut butter. For the record, I've had it and it's amazing. My favorite is Vinted Wine Bar in West Hartford, Conn., which offers an unexpected take on the traditional breakfast egg sandwich, complete with foie gras, truffle cheese, beef short rib and a poached quail egg.
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