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I've been for lunch, possibly more often than I've been for dinner. I love that place. It helps that it's so convenient to my office, but it is also genuinely awesome.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I sort of want to make homemade perogies but I know it'll be a pain and they're nothing but empty carbs.

make them mushroom perogies?
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make them mushroom perogies?

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With caramelized onions.
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The list, I have to say again, was really good. Plenty of aged wine at reasonable prices. Got a split of Krug, 2000 single vineyard Austrian Riesling chosen by the somm, and a 1989 Ch. Fieuzual. And, just because he was a nice guy, he poured us some very large pours of a spectacular 1973 Alsatian because he thought we would like it. We did!

first one was 2000 Jamek, Ried Klaus, second one was 1973 Louis Sipp Kirchberg. Interestingly the younger one was deep yellow while the older one was very pale. Both had that great "petrol" on the nose and palate; the older one had a touch of botrytis, which I didn't realize ever happened with dry wines, but it made this one extra interesting.
post #27095 of 27541
The Joly we had in advance of the Acker BYO was a dry, botrytised wine. It was also, I thought, most foul.
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That just tasted oxy to me.
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So not nearly as heavenly as some of the food here but made a brussel sprout gratin with potatoes and spinach and it was damn tasty.

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^looks tasty

 

Boiled chicken, supreme sauce. 

[Recipe calls for rice cooked in the broth, but I skipped that.]

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Yesterday: Fried noodles w/ chicken.
Today: Fried rice w/ chicken.
So good.
Marinated the chicken, cut in strips, in soy sauce (Kikkoman Marudaizu + Ketjap Manis)+sriracha+sweet chili sauce+sesame oil+ginger+garlic+chili+fish sauce+cumin+coriander seeds+shichimi togarashi.
Tilda basmati rice, bok choy, carrots, soy bean sprouts, scallions, a bit of red bell pepper, omelette. And more soy sauce, sriracha, shichimi togarashi, sesame oil, fish sauce. So simple & so tasty.
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Mainly cheese:
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Also, some baguette, some seared foie, some charcut (including homemade smoked garlic salami.)
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Ribeye today with grilled mushrooms and grilled zucchini. Threw a corn on there too for the GF.

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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Mainly cheese:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Also, some baguette, some seared foie, some charcut (including homemade smoked garlic salami.)

Hey, is that Tête de Moine up at the top? (I had a bunch of that today at the local wine bar.)
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Hey, is that Tête de Moine up at the top? (I had a bunch of that today at the local wine bar.)

It is indeed. I bought one of the scraper thingies (can't think of its name right now) off Amazon. It's really great to set up and leave out for guests to serve themselves as everyone seems to love making the little cheese flowers.
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That cheese is pretty damn good. And the scraper thing is a girolle--maybe I should get one.
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