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Just have a few samples I'm playing with. Maybe will buy some over the summer.
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Zucchini apericubes
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Duck with white peaches, fava beans and fresh almonds
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Had a very nice, long lunch at my main locally owned place. They do this really tasty grilled cheese. Last week the chef sent out this huge hunk of grilled foie gras and I ate it with the grilled cheese saying how it went so well together. Today he was waiting to see if we were going to come in for lunch. Seems like he had one of the gourmet grilled cheeses ready to go with three portions of seared foie in the sandwich. It was so rich I had to drink a big glass of water and I really hate diluting my alcohol with water.
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Trying to up the game. Yellowfin, torched. Fried Thai basil, Yukon and garlic "skordalia". Red wine reduction.

Copied from a friend's restaurant.
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Wright Brothers, London.

Was craving for oysters.

That place is excellent, which one did you go to? Its also a little out of season for oysters?
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I have been staying at my boy's place upstate NY for the last few days. His wife just made the best home-made soup I ever had. chicken/noodles/rice/veggies...seasoned just right. She is dominican so maybe that added some zest to it!

You truly are an awful poster.
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Had a pretty amazing dinner last night - yesterday I had planned to go to lunch at the Robuchon in Macau with my friend for lunch but it was full and we ended up eating Chinese food; before I set out the disappointment from not grabbing a seat there made me try reservations at l'atelier for dinner, and 'all they had' was bar seating. Got there, ordered a ton of classics, got a bottle of ruinart rose, and everything was good. Then I look up and this older white man behind the counter is coming towards me- I realize it's Joel Robuchon himself, coming to shake my hand. I had no idea he was even in the house last night and I've missed any other chances to meet him, so a great surprise. He is, as one would expect, incredibly friendly and hospitable.
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Ignore this space.
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Had a pretty amazing dinner last night - yesterday I had planned to go to lunch at the Robuchon in Macau with my friend for lunch but it was full and we ended up eating Chinese food; before I set out the disappointment from not grabbing a seat there made me try reservations at l'atelier for dinner, and 'all they had' was bar seating. Got there, ordered a ton of classics, got a bottle of ruinart rose, and everything was good. Then I look up and this older white man behind the counter is coming towards me- I realize it's Joel Robuchon himself, coming to shake my hand. I had no idea he was even in the house last night and I've missed any other chances to meet him, so a great surprise. He is, as one would expect, incredibly friendly and hospitable.

he knows you by sight now?
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Of course, a major negative is that when you were done with dinner, you were still in Macau.
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Has anyone met Joel Robuchon?
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Of course, a major negative is that when you were done with dinner, you were still in Macau.

Was in HK. I just go out to lunch with my friend in Macau and come back by dinner usually.
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Of course, a major negative is that when you were done with dinner, you were still in Macau.

I like Macau.
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ceviches

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^ Not a single rim Piob'ed.

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"Red Snapper" "roasted" in verbena "salt crust"
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