Fresh Ground Pepper

Fresh ground pepper is a great seasoning for practically any food. It makes almost any dish taste better. It definitely makes it more classy. And it’s a great way to improve the flavor without insulting the chef. It goes well on pastas, salads, and meats. I wouldn’t recommend it for fruit salads though. I’ve even enjoyed a pint of Stella Artois with a little fresh ground pepper sprinkled on top. It gives the beer a subtle kick. Fresh ground pepper is like Sriracha or bacon, it makes everything better. But fresh ground pepper might be the reigning flavor enhancer because Sriracha and bacon would taste better with a little fresh ground pepper. Then again, Sriracha and bacon would also make fresh ground pepper taste better. I don’t know what to think now. My taste buds are too conflicted.

Critically Rated at 14/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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