Thursday, October 22, 2009

filling station...



Just got back from the High Point furniture market in North Carolina.
So much good stuff and people there and I will try to down load as much info as possible over the next few days, but of course I have to start with just one of the food experiences. Excuse the low light on this video. Tom (my manufacturing partner and I) were sitting outside at night.

This place, THE FILLING STATION, is located in the historic West End of Winston-Salem, NC. in an old, renovated gas station. The food was spectacular but it was the homemade desserts that sent us over the edge. We found out our waiter was the one that made them (pumpkin cheesecake & some sort of strawberry/vanilla/cream cake)--serious stuff.
Tom moaned after he took the first bite of the cheesecake.
It was priceless. I've never seen him react like that to food before.

Great food. Awesome people. Lot's of arteries screaming for help. Good times.

ALSO--I stopped by Atlanta on my way back home to appear on the GOOD DAY XTRA show
If you want to check that out, you can click onto this link: ATLANTA

-angelo

7 comments:

tale of many cities said...

southern desserts are definitely not for the health nuts! lol ;)

Stephanie said...

You can never go wrong with two desserts. I want to hang out with you!

kiakai / Kelly said...

Angelo, I watched the Atlanta interview. You're good at that. So relaxed and natural. You need to have some kind of live show of your own.
And about the giant deserts...that's how they do it down here. Yikes! I was blown away when I first moved here.
Kelly

Trina said...

Seriously in love with the look of these desserts. I want to live in your world or style, design and food!

MK said...

I want both of those desserts and Iw ant you to host your own talk show. Damn you;re good----AND FINE. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

mbkatc230 said...

A slice of cake the size of your head - sounds about right to me! The food does look delicious, and the red wine will keep the cardiologist at bay - that's my story and I'm sticking to it. Kathy

mrsben said...

Nothing like home made desserts!

Just had our Thanksgiving in the Great White North on Oct. 12th. If in need of a quick 'n easy recipe for a Double Layer Pumpkin Pie for your Thanksgiving...
4 oz. Philadelphia Brand CREAM CHEESE, softened
1 tBsp each MILK and SUGAR
1 l/2 cups of thawed COOL WHIP (prepared topping)
1 cup COLD MILK
1 GRAHAM CRAKER CRUMB CRUST (prepared, 6 oz. size)
Mix cream cheese, milk and sugar in large bowl with wire whisk til smooth. Gently stir in whipped topping. Spread on bottom of crust.


1 cup Cold MILK
1 3/4 cup Prepared PUMPKIN FILLING (type with spices incld.)
2 pkgs. JELLO-O Vanilla Flavour Instant Pudding & Pie Filling (4 serving size)
Pour cold milk into large bowl. Add pumpin filling, pudding mixes. Beat with wire wisk until well mixed. (Mixture will be thick).
Spread over cream cheese layer.
Refrigerate 4 hours or til set. Garnish with additional whipped topping. Makes 8 servings.

NOTE: If canned Pumpkin Filling does NOT have spices 'n eggs included, follow directions on can for preparation. Also delicious with a conventional pie crust.

BON APPETIT!!!! -Brenda-

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