After an unintended break in this series, here’s another entry in our food critic category. If you’re new here, it’s easy to play. I’ll post a picture of food and you be the food critic. You can discuss what works with the dish or what doesn’t work well, and you can make suggestions about what should be done to make this dish better. Simple enough, huh?
FYI, I don’t know what this is, exactly, so just use your best guess. And have fun with it. (If you haven’t noticed, randomness is the usual order around here.)
9 thoughts on “food critic, fancy minimalist plate”
This looks like one of those plates of food that shouldn’t be expensive but probably is.
Is that supposed to be gravy flowing from under the meat? I’d recommend some Southern-style cream gravy, made from the grease of the meat. Then smother the meat and potatoes with it. And while you’re at it, might as well cover the green beans, too — they don’t look too juicy (like they would if cooked with bacon).
The green and the yellow almost look familiar, but the brown…..darn seagulls!
Holiday Inn Express
Needs more bacon!
If that’s more than $4, it’s a rip-off. I know, it’s probably got some fancy-sounding French name so most people don’t know what it is exactly. But I bet it ain’t better than some genuine fried chicken or beef brisket cooked Southern-style, and that ain’t that expensive.
who would pay money to eat this crap?!
for this looks like crap to me. all i see is a turd with turd sauce sitting beside a scoop of taters with more green crap.
Perhaps that’s a snail…looks like he’s still alive and trying to escape!
Crappo the Clown
That gives me gas… (not from quantity but the lack thereof)
Is the point of that just to make you mad? I mean, who eats portions that small?