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bunch of idiots. clearly.
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What are you people doing cooking with eggplant in the middle of January.

I had an entree with fresh tomatoes a couple of weeks ago that was awesome.
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I have an aubergine guy.
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I have an aubergine guy.

Is his name Leeroy?
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Is his name Leeroy?

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I have an aubergine guy.

Is his name Leeroy?

Jamal?
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I take it this means it worked?
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Last time I saw food like that was at Robuchon's.
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The truffle anna thingy is a Robuchon recipe, or at least in the book I have, there is something that looks quite a bit like it.
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Yes, I think it was on his big tasting menu at the time I was there. Think there was an onion confit under it maybe with pastry or something as a base?
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The truffle anna thingy is a Robuchon recipe, or at least in the book I have, there is something that looks quite a bit like it.

It's also in the Frederic Anton book. Not sure if there is any variance between it and the original, but it's basically onions cooked in goose fat with bacon, truffle and madeira on phyllo. Matt's looks awesome; even better than the picture in the book.
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I have a pic somewhere of one of those with alternating white and black truffle discs. Can you imagine???
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Found the pic I was looking for:

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Trying to remember what was under the glass dome...veal stock with truffle something?
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