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Salt-brined scallops with almonds and amalfi lemons at Pied à Terre in London Had them as part of tasting menu last Saturday, and they were truly outstanding. The confit of yellow fin tuna was also pretty good Another 'all star' course was a caviar dish I had two weeks ago at L'Atelier Robuchon. Crab meat, covered with lobster jelly, topped with a layer of caviar; all served in a caviar tin. Incredibly moreish
post #632 of 3113
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Another 'all star' course was a caviar dish I had two weeks ago at L'Atelier Robuchon. Crab meat, covered with lobster jelly, topped with a layer of caviar; all served in a caviar tin. Incredibly moreish

Ahhh have had this, just reminded me. Such an amazing dish.
post #633 of 3113
Jesus, blueberries are good.
post #634 of 3113
gonna be back in civilization again in a couple weeks and looking forward to eating these things you American dudes speak of.
post #635 of 3113
Probably the best bar of dark chocolate I have ever had. They are out of Brooklyn; all handmade. I'm not their spokesperson, but if you're a fan of dark chocolate, please go onto their website, find your nearest vendor, and buy a bar (try the Fleur De Sel). You will be glad you did.
post #636 of 3113
Also, I tried a new Greek yogurt today. If you are a fan, try the brand "Olympus". Better than both Fage and Chobani, by a long shot.
post #637 of 3113
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Also, I tried a new Greek yogurt today. If you are a fan, try the brand "Olympus". Better than both Fage and Chobani, by a long shot.

Yes they have that WF. I think I still prefer Skyr (Siggi's brand). The best thing to come out of iceland.
post #638 of 3113
Is that Smjor, Icelandic butter any good?
post #639 of 3113
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Is that Smjor, Icelandic butter any good?

If you're talking about widely available brands, go look for Lurpak, a Danish butter. You'll find it at your Wholefoods. It's better.

For cheap chocolate try the Icelandic Sirius.
post #640 of 3113
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If you're talking about widely available brands, go look for Lurpak, a Danish butter. You'll find it at your Wholefoods. It's better. For cheap chocolate try the Icelandic Sirius.
I have seen Lurpack. It's right next to the Kerrygold I usually buy. Will pick some up next week. Yeah, that chocolate was amazing. But it's 10 bucks a bar...
post #641 of 3113
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If you're talking about widely available brands, go look for Lurpak, a Danish butter. You'll find it at your Wholefoods. It's better.

For cheap chocolate try the Icelandic Sirius.

Lurpak is damn good.
post #642 of 3113
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I have seen Lurpack. It's right next to the Kerrygold I usually buy. Will pick some up next week.

Yeah, that chocolate was amazing. But it's 10 bucks a bar...

Yeah if you want something for every day I'd try the Sirius dark or semi-sweet.
post #643 of 3113
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Yeah if you want something for every day I'd try the Sirius dark or semi-sweet.

I'll be sure to check it out. It's at Whole Foods?
post #644 of 3113
Mast Bros. is pretty damn tasty. It's the reason I go to Stumptown at the Ace with the intention of a $2 coffee and spend like $10 in the end.
post #645 of 3113
Which other flavors have you tried, or would recommend?
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