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Tagliatelle Bolognese

 

 

 

Hanging noodles from the curtain rod! My version of Dali's melting clocks.

 

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that's a cool pic
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I hope you dusted first.
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I hope you dusted first.

 

If I dusted I would just have to use more flour! laugh.gif

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Pumpkin soup, egg and white truffle

Scallop with cabbage, foie gras and brioche

Tortellini with fontina, chestnuts and white truffle
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Those look fantastic dude.
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Those look fantastic dude.
+1
i think it would be interesting to go back to the first photos you posted and compare them to now. i think you'll find that hte food looks much more natural and graceful; not quite so straight-jacketed and formal. much more delicious.
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Those look fantastic dude.

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+1
i think it would be interesting to go back to the first photos you posted and compare them to now. i think you'll find that hte food looks much more natural and graceful; not quite so straight-jacketed and formal. much more delicious.

Thanks.

So, I thought about it, and have come to the conclusion that I do not favor black truffles to white. I enjoy both equally, each for different reasons.
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So, I thought about it, and have come to the conclusion that I do not favor black truffles to white. I enjoy both equally, each for different reasons.
you are a truly solomonic 1-percenter.
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you are a truly solomonic 1-percenter.

I have to say, there is nothing quite like that sinking feeling you get after you've shaved the last slice of truffle.
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I have to say, there is nothing quite like that sinking feeling you get after you've shaved the last slice of truffle.

I don't know that exact feeling. But I know of a similar one - when they start planing the truffle over your plate and they tell you to say 'stop' when you've got enough - you know that every additional second is $20 and yet you're paralyzed and can't bring yourself to tell them to stop.
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So ask mom for more. Fake problem solved with a real solution.
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So ask mom for more. Fake problem solved with a real solution.

Actually, gomey, I bought that truffle with money I earned cooking a dinner for 10. But that really is none of your business, now is it? smile.gif
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I don't know whether I'm in a real position to judge you, Max, but I totally agree with Russ and mordecai about your progress. You really worked on it. Ignore the hate, keep it up! You're doing a great job!

Sadly, I don't have much to post these days. Mostly it's just comfort food, which is good, but not picture-worthy. Like what I've already posted about, sauté some onions, add cubed chicken breast, add green curry, sear a little, add water, broccoli and yellow/red paprika, steam a little, add crème fraîche, finish, done. Simple yet tasty comfort food.
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I agree that the dishes looked great. No actual hate intended.
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