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They closed the Big Nick's on Broadway a month ago, so we had to order pizza from the other Big Nick's on 71st the other night.

But a shadow.
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Some recent dinners this week.


Hee haw!


Surprised these donkey meat sandwiches have not gotten more love. It looks like yummy corned beef and the flatbreads are a nice touch away from the more typical rye bread. MikeDT, what part of the donkey does this meat come from and is it cured?
post #23808 of 25756
It looks super-lean, i.e. not good.
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It looks super-lean, i.e. not good.

Maybe this is more your speed ?
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Mongolian breakfast bar. Warning: Not suitable for vegetarians and vegans. (Click to show)
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Surprised these donkey meat sandwiches have not gotten more love. It looks like yummy corned beef and the flatbreads are a nice touch away from the more typical rye bread. MikeDT, what part of the donkey does this meat come from and is it cured?

It's cured, but I got no idea what part it is. Perhaps it's best not to know?
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Happy mid autumn festival. biggrin.gif

Assorted pig, cow, chicken, fish and crab.
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Is the seafood fresh in Mongolia?
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Is the seafood fresh in Mongolia?

nah, but the roast dog is..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongolian_cuisine#References
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nah, but the roast dog is..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mongolian_cuisine#References

Actually I think dogmeat isn't really in true Mongolian cuisine, certainly not canis familiaris(domestic dog) AFAIK. Wolf sometimes is though. Isn't dogmeat more of a feature of Korean cuisine and Southern China, mainly Guangdong Province?
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I'm wondering if he's being thrown by the caption "boondog" - which I believe is the name of the dish (made from marmot, apparently).
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I'm wondering if he's being thrown by the caption "boondog" - which I believe is the name of the dish (made from marmot, apparently).

Yeh one of the "Misunderstandings", like "Mongolian Beef", which is actually a Chinese American stir fry, apparently.
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Is the seafood fresh in Mongolia?

The crab was very good actually, seemed to be fresh. Not sure where crab would come from in a place that's a very long way from the sea? Do they have like crab farms? The fish is always freshwater river and lake fish. Although we often have prawns, shrimp, squid and octopus here as well. Because this is Inner Mongolia, it's often a mix of Mongolian and Chinese cuisines.
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They closed the Big Nick's on Broadway a month ago, so we had to order pizza from the other Big Nick's on 71st the other night.

But a shadow.

WHAT?!?

What are they gonna put in that space? Probably a fucking Blue Bottle or some other horseshit. NYC is a damn shame these days, Condos and bullshit everywhere.
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Blue Bottle ain't even all that...
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Last night I hit up both Grand Electric and Electric Mud BBQ on Queen st. in Toronto, first for some glorious tacos and then pork rinds + delicious Lousiana style pork ribs

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