Tag Archives: Hamburger

  1. Review: Premium meat from Mattingly worth the investment

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    December 3, 2013 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

    Let’s get the tough part out of the way. This blog post is going to feature expensive meats firmly settled in Treat Yo’ Self territory.
    Yet, I was torn. The selection of meat from Mattingly is of premium quality with prices that reflect that commitment. Of the meat I sampled, the New York Strip is $13.75 a pound, pork chops are $5.50 per pound, and the hamburger patties are $3.50 per pound.

    We’re all regular folks, here. You know and I know that the prices made us gulp. But if you’re going to go big, go with Mattingly.

    Bringing home Mattingly Meat was like sneaking into the kitchen of my favorite steakhouse, clunking the chef over the head, and stealing slabs of beef from the fridge. My galley kitchen was instantly upgraded when I cooked a New York strip.

  2. Four reasons why today will rock my glasses off (and maybe yours, too)

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    October 30, 2012 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

    1. It’s my birthday. I’m grateful for another year of growing up and staying on the right side of the dirt.
    2. The Moth StorySLAM is tonight at Headliners Music Hall. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show starts at 8 p.m. Tonight’s theme is “the finish line,” so submit your name before the show starts if you want to tell a story. For more information on how a story slam works, visit The Moth website.
    3. I will celebrate my birthday behind the merch table at The Moth. Yep, I’m selling shirts and taking names (for the mailing list). I love working the merch table. What a perfect way to celebrate.
    4. My birthday dinner = a burger from Grind food truck and a bourbon from the bar. Liz and Jesse of Grind will be parked outside Headliners before the show. Beef and veggies patties pair well with liquor, right?
  3. Avocado, bacon and Oreos – the latest fast-food menu additions

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    June 8, 2011 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

    It’s hard to avoid fast-food restaurants when there is a barrage of advertising shooting at me on all fronts. But …
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  4. The $10 Challenge: Dizzy Whizz

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    August 27, 2010 by Ashlee Clark Thompson

    I love food because of how it can create and elicit memories. Every restaurant has significance. Every dish has a …
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