I fear that is a photo of a Phillly Cheese Steak Blintz. I found it online. I shall now get up and heave some more.
Today's prompt in Nicky and Mike's "We Work for Cheese" non-contest contest, is: Where can I get a good blintz?
I am not one-hundred percent certain, but I'm figuring probably New York and New Jersey (I'm from Jersey). One thing I can tell you with one-hundred percent certainty, is...you can't get one in Alabama (I'm living in Alabama).
I hope "Where can you get a good cheese steak?" is not coming up later in the month.
(Yes, technically I used the prompt in the body of the blog...so it counts. Don't make me find another food abomination over at Yelp to show you in order to get you to change your mind.)
IHOP! You can try some at Ihop and they are pretty good! :)ReplyDelete
Really? We have an IHOP nearby. I may have to google their menu.Delete
I hope they don't have cheese steak ones!Delete
Good lord, is that what happens when a pancake and a cow get into a fight?ReplyDelete
It's scary - and that faded out photo reminds me of those circa 1970s cook books.ReplyDelete
And I didn't think the blintzes I made for this challenge looked that good... that looks awful!ReplyDelete
Yep. I'm in the same boat. If you are like me, you feel bad about the lack of cultural diversity where you live, but you feel HORRID when it is so cruelly pointed out in a writing event.ReplyDelete
I know! How I long for a real hoagie or a cheese steak one. Ugh.Delete
Oh god, if that's what a blintz looks like, I'm really glad we don't have any in Turku.ReplyDelete
I'm sure you have some other potato-based yummy thing, don't you?ReplyDelete
I guess I'm a disgusting person, because I would gobble that blintz up in a hurry.ReplyDelete
Hey Mariann! I tell you, I love cheese and I love steak, but the idea of the two together just gives me the dry heaves. Ick. Indigo xReplyDelete