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post #2611 of 25281
went to a tapas bar last night and had some croquetas de jamon, grilled shrimp & octopus, paella, y a pitcher of sangria
post #2612 of 25281
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Umm, wouldnt they normally be listed on a menu as nigiri? just saying, if the guy wants to be able to spot them on a typical menu... K
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Originally Posted by ratboycom View Post
Wrong, Sushi is actually a reference to the preparation of the rice which is fanned with vinegar and sugar.
D'oh you guys are right. I was aware of nigiri, but didn't cross my mind at all as around here most sushi places don't specify nigiri as nigiri, but just "sushi" (i.e. salmon sushi rather than salmon nigiri). Disregard my previous statements.
post #2613 of 25281
I was in Montreal earlier in the week so picked up a whole Schwartz's brisket en route to the airport. Made a little sandwich last night.
post #2614 of 25281
hamburger helper, ore-ida hashbrowns, woodchuck draft cider
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USDA Prime Sirloin
Romaine Lettuce
Tomato on the Vine
Red Onion
Cilantro
Fresh Chopped Basil
post #2616 of 25281
Fish head with pickled greens, conch in hot chili sauce, and Chinese celery with dried tofu. Definitely one of the better Chinese meals in the area.
post #2617 of 25281
Crab cake on roasted corn and red pepper arugala salad.
post #2618 of 25281
My gf is out with teh girlfriends, so I'm pigging out. A double burger w/ cheese from the local burger joint, fries, and Heineken. I already had dinner earlier, too.
post #2619 of 25281
I have spend most of the day out playing football. Therefore when I returned home at 20 pm I could not find the mood to cook. I am one of the lucky ones who has a nice take out place right around the corner. I had a chicken sandwhich. Italian bread, ruccola salad, homemade grilled chicken, eggplant and pesto. Then when I came home i added some fresh mozadrella... Really nice
post #2620 of 25281
Chicken fried rice takeout from a Chinese restaurant.
post #2621 of 25281
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I was in Montreal earlier in the week so picked up a whole Schwartz's brisket en route to the airport. Made a little sandwich last night.

Tell me where you live so I can break in and steal that brisket!
post #2622 of 25281
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Tell me where you live so I can break in and steal that brisket!

Lol! I'm in BC and just carried brought the thing with me on my carry-on. I'm told that their smoked meat should be good for a day or two at room temperature, so the 7 hours in transit (thanks for the timeliness as usual, air canada) wasn't a problem. I originally inquired about having one sent overnight, but shipping that way was more expensive than the brisket itself!
post #2623 of 25281
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Originally Posted by Spatlese View Post
Lol! I'm in BC and just carried brought the thing with me on my carry-on. I'm told that their smoked meat should be good for a day or two at room temperature, so the 7 hours in transit (thanks for the timeliness as usual, air canada) wasn't a problem. I originally inquired about having one sent overnight, but shipping that way was more expensive than the brisket itself!

Please tell me you brought some Fairmount bagels as well!
post #2624 of 25281
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Please tell me you brought some Fairmount bagels as well!

No, timing didn't work out

But I saw on their site that they apparently ship out to Western Canada. Obviously, not as good as fresh from the source, but I'll have to investigate further.
post #2625 of 25281
Thai street vender Style Fried Chicken and Corn Bread. I was going for a mixture of souths of different hemispheres.
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