CRAVING OF THE WEEK:
Bacon wrapped dates
Wrap bacon around a date with toothpick. place in saucepan flipping as needed. 
BAM.
You’re done.
5 sides of fries out of 5

CRAVING OF THE WEEK:

Bacon wrapped dates

Wrap bacon around a date with toothpick. place in saucepan flipping as needed. 

BAM.

You’re done.

5 sides of fries out of 5

(Source: alottasauce)

PINTEREST RECIPE OF THE WEEK:

Cheesy Crack Bread

Alotta’s Pinterest

I found this recipe on Pinterest and couldn’t wait to try it. Alotta is all about simple recipes that are fucking incredibly tasty at the same time.

What you need:

Cookie sheet

Aluminum foil

1 Large loaf of sourdough bread, round preferable

Mozzarella cheese and sharp cheddar cheese (get enough to fill the cracks you make in the bread to your liking)

Bacon

1/2 a cup of butter (or more depending on loaf)

1 Tbsp of ranch dressing miss (increase if you use more than suggested amount of butter

Preheat oven to 350

Take the cookie sheet and pull out two long strips of aluminum foil. Make a + sign with them on top of the cookie sheet and place bread in the middle

Cut the bread long ways and short ways creating a checkerboard crisscross pattern throughout. DO NOT cut the bread all the way down to the plate, leaving the bottom intact so the entire loaf doesn’t fall apart. 

Fry up your bacan. making it SUPER crispy and chop/crack up into bits. I would say about half a package should do it but if you REALLY love bacon go balls to the wall.

Before doing anything else pull the aluminum foils around the bread leaving some more on top to completely encase the bread later.

Thinly slice your cheese and put in between the cracks of the bread. Pour and shove bacon in there as well.

Melt the butter in a pan on low heat stirring in the ranch mix when its completely melted. Use the suggested amount above or increase amount slightly for larger loafs of bread.

Pour evenly throughout loaf, soaking as much of the inner bread, cheese and bacon. Close the top flaps of foil encasing the bread. Bake for 15 minutes then unwrap and bake for an additional 10 until loaf is crispy and cheese is melted.

Remove from oven.

SHOVE YOUR FACE FULL OF IT.

5 sides of fries out of 5

(Source: alottasauce)

RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK:
SUSHI VILLAGE
Bayside, NY & Huntington, NY
Link to Sushi Village website
Link to Sushi Village yelp review
BAYSIDE LOCATION-
If you go anywhere, ANYWHERE for sushi… go here. It is SUPER cheap and has a buffet style menu. Which means upon your arrival you are given two menus, one of which has sushi options and the other chinese/japanese dish options. you simply mark off how much of each roll or dish you want and they bring it to you. after you’re finished with your choices. YOU DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN. I’m talking as many sushi rolls, teriyaki tofus and dumplings that you can handle. Best item by far in this place is the spicy seaweed salad. I tried to get a pic but I kept eating it before I remembered to break out the camera. You would think that this is one of those places that sacrifice the quality of the food in order to meet the demand of the customer but that is NOT the case. Where it does fall MAJORLY short is the service. Sometimes you will not receive portions of your order, wait for a fork for a half an hour and etc. But really, your getting all you can eat. If something doesn’t come out, order the next round. 
AVOID THE HUNTINGTON LOCATION LIKE THE PLAGUE-
They just opened this location and I was super excited. I usually go to the Bayside location about once a week no joke. I went there with a friend expecting awesomeness and I was sadly disappointed. Waited for OVER AN HOUR for our food. We tried to explain several times to our waitress our food was not being brought to our table. She just telling us “it takes time”. While waiting, we witnessed three other table sit down after us and start to receive food off the menu that we ordered as well. Obviously, someone did not put in our order. We filled out both the sushi menu and the entree menu 3x and only received one of our orders of sushi. After about an hour of watching poeple sit down before us, eat before us, and leave before us, I had had enough. Upon my declaration to our server we were not paying and leaving, she claimed we still owed her for the amount of sushi we ate. NONO bitch. I came for ALL YOU CAN EAT sushi. Not WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE FEEDING US sushi. That’s like ordering a 3 course meal and them bringing out a dessert and asking for full payment of the meal. I think not. I asked to see the manager, she looked around and claimed she was the manager. Really bitch? I happen to be so lucky to have the manager waiting on me herself? I THINK NOT. I saw a man in a suit walking around in the kitchen as I previously went to the bathroom and yet YOU claim to be the manager? YOU, who is unapologetic with the fact that I am dissatisfied with your service? YOU, which has brought me no food? YOU, who claim to be the owner but are weighting on my table with a man in a suit walking around in the kitchen? Who’s HE? The WINDOW-WASHER?
and YOU, the one now yelling at me that I need to pay? I finally just got up and walked away and she SCREAMED at ME the CUSTOMER: I’m calling 911! Yea bitch. Call 911 and try to get them to come here for unpaid sushi, try to convey, over the phone, the situation going on right here. Cause I have been trying to explain to you, and you don’t understand a word I’m saying. AVOID THIS PLACE LIKE THE PLAGUE AND GO TO THE ONE IN BAYSIDE.
FAT content for the Bayside location:
Food - 5 sides of fries out of 5
Atmosphere - 4 sides of fries out of 5
Treatment - 3 sides of fries out of 5
MUST HAVE FOOD ITEM: 
Spicy Seaweed Salad and the Inari (sweet tofu fried stuffed with white rice)
Huntington Location:
DO NOT SUPPORT THEM.

RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK:

SUSHI VILLAGE

Bayside, NY & Huntington, NY

Link to Sushi Village website

Link to Sushi Village yelp review

BAYSIDE LOCATION-

If you go anywhere, ANYWHERE for sushi… go here. It is SUPER cheap and has a buffet style menu. Which means upon your arrival you are given two menus, one of which has sushi options and the other chinese/japanese dish options. you simply mark off how much of each roll or dish you want and they bring it to you. after you’re finished with your choices. YOU DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN. I’m talking as many sushi rolls, teriyaki tofus and dumplings that you can handle. Best item by far in this place is the spicy seaweed salad. I tried to get a pic but I kept eating it before I remembered to break out the camera. You would think that this is one of those places that sacrifice the quality of the food in order to meet the demand of the customer but that is NOT the case. Where it does fall MAJORLY short is the service. Sometimes you will not receive portions of your order, wait for a fork for a half an hour and etc. But really, your getting all you can eat. If something doesn’t come out, order the next round. 

AVOID THE HUNTINGTON LOCATION LIKE THE PLAGUE-

They just opened this location and I was super excited. I usually go to the Bayside location about once a week no joke. I went there with a friend expecting awesomeness and I was sadly disappointed. Waited for OVER AN HOUR for our food. We tried to explain several times to our waitress our food was not being brought to our table. She just telling us “it takes time”. While waiting, we witnessed three other table sit down after us and start to receive food off the menu that we ordered as well. Obviously, someone did not put in our order. We filled out both the sushi menu and the entree menu 3x and only received one of our orders of sushi. After about an hour of watching poeple sit down before us, eat before us, and leave before us, I had had enough. Upon my declaration to our server we were not paying and leaving, she claimed we still owed her for the amount of sushi we ate. NONO bitch. I came for ALL YOU CAN EAT sushi. Not WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE FEEDING US sushi. That’s like ordering a 3 course meal and them bringing out a dessert and asking for full payment of the meal. I think not. I asked to see the manager, she looked around and claimed she was the manager. Really bitch? I happen to be so lucky to have the manager waiting on me herself? I THINK NOT. I saw a man in a suit walking around in the kitchen as I previously went to the bathroom and yet YOU claim to be the manager? YOU, who is unapologetic with the fact that I am dissatisfied with your service? YOU, which has brought me no food? YOU, who claim to be the owner but are weighting on my table with a man in a suit walking around in the kitchen? Who’s HE? The WINDOW-WASHER?

and YOU, the one now yelling at me that I need to pay? I finally just got up and walked away and she SCREAMED at ME the CUSTOMER: I’m calling 911! Yea bitch. Call 911 and try to get them to come here for unpaid sushi, try to convey, over the phone, the situation going on right here. Cause I have been trying to explain to you, and you don’t understand a word I’m saying. AVOID THIS PLACE LIKE THE PLAGUE AND GO TO THE ONE IN BAYSIDE.

FAT content for the Bayside location:

Food - 5 sides of fries out of 5

Atmosphere - 4 sides of fries out of 5

Treatment - 3 sides of fries out of 5

MUST HAVE FOOD ITEM: 

Spicy Seaweed Salad and the Inari (sweet tofu fried stuffed with white rice)

Huntington Location:

DO NOT SUPPORT THEM.


honey-pot:

This came up during the warm ups for the games; a teammate was lamenting the lack of musclecubs in Phoenix (I happen to agree), an Italian friend suggested this solution.

honey-pot:

This came up during the warm ups for the games; a teammate was lamenting the lack of musclecubs in Phoenix (I happen to agree), an Italian friend suggested this solution.

Coffee with Queens

Kittin Withawhip and Frostie Flakes name Alotta Mcgriddles the QUEEN OF THE WEEK. fuck Jesus this award is my god now!!!

CHAIN RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK:
HALE AND HEARTY
Everywhere
Link to Hale and Hearty website
I used to be all about Panera but there is another chain that Alotta is now all about and that is Hale and Hearty. Panera is like what Hale and Hearty queefs out of its tast-tastic vagina. They offer soups, sandwiches, wraps and of course salads. Everything I have had there has blown Panera out of the water but what really gets me going is the fully customizable salad bar. They have a vast array of ingrediants and simply charge you for each one you choose. Something like 50 cents each. Get into it. My FAVORITE salad combination is this:
Romaine Lettuce
Corn
Peas
Brocolli
Asparagus
Grilled Chicken
Crispy Wontons
Carrots
Edamame
Almond slices
and Hale and Hearty’s Asian Peanut Dressing.
Chopped.
Eat any other salad besides the one I recommended and you’re an idiot.
All that goodness is about a $10 salad.
Now go forth, and toss my salad bitches!

CHAIN RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK:

HALE AND HEARTY

Everywhere

Link to Hale and Hearty website

I used to be all about Panera but there is another chain that Alotta is now all about and that is Hale and Hearty. Panera is like what Hale and Hearty queefs out of its tast-tastic vagina. They offer soups, sandwiches, wraps and of course salads. Everything I have had there has blown Panera out of the water but what really gets me going is the fully customizable salad bar. They have a vast array of ingrediants and simply charge you for each one you choose. Something like 50 cents each. Get into it. My FAVORITE salad combination is this:

Romaine Lettuce

Corn

Peas

Brocolli

Asparagus

Grilled Chicken

Crispy Wontons

Carrots

Edamame

Almond slices

and Hale and Hearty’s Asian Peanut Dressing.

Chopped.

Eat any other salad besides the one I recommended and you’re an idiot.

All that goodness is about a $10 salad.

Now go forth, and toss my salad bitches!

CRAVING OF THE WEEK:
Blue Doritoes on a roll with cream cheese. This fad originated in my high school and I still crave it everyone once in awhile. So good.

CRAVING OF THE WEEK:

Blue Doritoes on a roll with cream cheese. This fad originated in my high school and I still crave it everyone once in awhile. So good.