I have had clam chowder, corn chowder, and lobster chowder but never with halibut, especially wild alaskan halibut. Even though it’s very hot out where I am, this still sounds amazing. I could probably slam about three bowls of this right now. (Thx Ediblearia.com)
Once a month there is a group bike ride in Costa Mesa called Critical Mass. This last weeks ride was from the Camp on Bristol to Balboa Pier. When you get down into Balboa there isn’t really much to eat, so a group of us decided to hit up Ruby’s on the pier, which happened to be the only thing in the area. I haven’t been to Ruby’s in a good minute so I was pumped to have a 50/50 milkshake with my sliders. Check the pics after the jump to make yourself hungry.
So my boy and part time foodbeast correspondent Corey, made a late night run to Norms the other night to get some soup. Check out the awesome food, and the new fisheye. (Thx XWORDUPX)
After having a fantastic trip to Sun China Buffet the first time, talk about how good it was spread through my line of friends and another trip was planned for a few weeks later. Eric, the good man that he is was so pumped that he brought his girlfriend and sister. This time I came prepared with the camera and not just my phone, so check the pics after the jump and see this place in hd!
This is a parody of Punk’d titled “Soup’d”
Yet another new collection of meals from the Red Lobster team. This time it comes in the form of some quick and easy seafood dishes, designed to fill you up when you need to run! The new menu covers 8 items, including: Crispy Beer Battered Shrimp ($7.99), Coastal Soup and Grilled Shrimp Salad ($9.99), Shrimp and Wood-Grilled Chicken ($8.99), Wood-Grilled Salmon BLT ($10.99), Wood-Grilled Chicken BLT ($8.75), Haddock Sandwich ($7.50) and lastly, a plate of Wood-Grilled Shrimp Skewers ($8.50). Want to learn more about this menu or find a Red Lobster near you? Get your seafood on at RedLobster.ca
The ubiquitious question still stands, “Are you hungry?!” The good folks at Carrows responded whole-heartedly, by presenting everyone with its new $6.99 Two-Course Meals. You get the option of choosing from an awesome array of main entrées and either an appetizer or dessert.
For the appetizers, your selection includes: side caesar salad, fresh dinner salad, soup of the day, green chile & jack quesadilla, cheese fries, onion rings, mini hot fudge sundae, Just Right Slice Pumpkin Pie (1/2 slice), Just Right Slice Apple Pie (1/2 slice) and for your entrées: BBQ Ranch Chicken Sliders (with golden French fries), Italian Sausage Pasta with Marinara Sauce, Three-Cheese Chicken Macaroni.
If all this has yet to make you feel “baller”, then for two dollars extra you can upgrade and get either Salisbury Steak Stack (with a mound of real mashed potatoes) or Shrimp & Clams Fry (with golden French fries). Step your game up at a Carrows near you, today!