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post #20746 of 24819
"Yellow-green lobster tail" wink.gif
Looks good, sounds interesting.
post #20747 of 24819
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Avocado roulade with prawns and sorrel


How long was the avocado cooked?
post #20748 of 24819
Avocado is pretty good cooked. Pit an avocado and leave it in the peel, throw some Comte in the middle and a little to cover the top with a little salt and pepper and then broil it til the cheese begins to brown a bit. It's pretty good drunk food.
post #20749 of 24819
i think that's an EMP dish, one of their older ones (therefore better). I'm not certain, but I don't think the avocado is cooked.
post #20750 of 24819
It's not cooked. Just quartered, thinly sliced, and layered on parchment paper in a sous vide bag to prevent oxidation. When you want to make it, you just cut open one side of the bag, remove the parchment, spoon the salad down the middle, and use the other side of the bag to roll, sort of like a sushi mat.
post #20751 of 24819
The other day I went to the Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku - for $40 I got an hour long show of about 25 girls in bikinis performing a dance show based on a robot war theme. They played drums, they waved their asses and tits in everybody's faces, they straddled the cannons on fake tanks, they came down the aisle on a fake biplane, and then 4 of them manned 11-foot robots and faux-battled each other - a bento was given but it looked sad, and can beer was sold on the side. Afterward, the final sell was a cheap cabaret club with one door that led to an enormous hall with like 100 girls in bikinis waiting around to serve drinks and talk to customers. After the cabaret club finished up and all the dancers made a procession on the way out, my wife ordered all of them to rub their boobs in my face. So that's what I ate on Tuesday.

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post #20752 of 24819
Not bad for 40 bucks.
post #20753 of 24819
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Not bad for 40 bucks.

he's quite the bargain hunter
post #20754 of 24819
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She looks to be retaining a lot of water. Too much salt?
post #20755 of 24819
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post #20756 of 24819
Japan is at the same time the best and the worst country in the world.
post #20757 of 24819
Ricotta gnocchi with artichokes and olives
post #20758 of 24819
why is that artichoke so gray? biggrin.gif
post #20759 of 24819
Got stained from the olives when I warmed them up together. I don't cook grey artichokes. smile.gif
post #20760 of 24819
Is this a Yannick Alléno dish? So it's artichokes, olives, (cherry..not sure, seems a little odd)...?
What did you stuff with the calf tails?
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