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Looks nice @jcman311 … pretty sure I know the place … are you not telling for a reason?
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Looks nice @jcman311 … pretty sure I know the place … are you not telling for a reason?

 

No real reason.  Just didnt think many people venture around the Milwaukee area.  The restaurant is Ardent.  I always like these smaller restaurants where you can chat with the chef during/after the meal.

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No real reason.  Just didnt think many people venture around the Milwaukee area.  The restaurant is Ardent.  I always like these smaller restaurants where you can chat with the chef during/after the meal.

Then you should come down to chicago and check out 42 Grams.

Only seats 8-10, Husband and wife team (and I think one assistant), 2 Michelin stars, BYOB (no corkage).
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Is that like 21 grams for couples and you die at the end?


This shit was interesting. Falls into my once yearly category.

Japanese Wagyu Biftek Haché à la Lyonnaise (w/ truffle butter … tomato & fries obviously.)



Each serving dish is hand crafted to resemble the cow from which your portion was derived … nice touch.
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Sushi tonight. I love the way toro and unagi just melt in your mouth. Whew. Could eat forever.

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We were having a little celebration last night and the chef did us a tasting menu with some of my favorite things. I didn't take many pics so I'm missing several courses. He managed to feed me too much foie gras. I mean, look at this:




An equally tasty course, but far, far less rich was some very good poke:




Extreme close up for EtO:



A beet salad:




Desert was a tequila sunrise milkshake.
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Had a nice fillet of Copper River salmon in the freezer. Marinated in Aloha shoyu, sesame oil, garlic and ginger then tossed on my Traeger grill with some asparagus spears that had some olive oil and S&P. Made a Hollandaise sauce to go with. The lemon of the sauce went perfectly with my marinade flavours. Excuse the unappealing plating.

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Ceviche tonight

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Mrs GF best girl friend is in town for the Easter long weekend so tonight home made Pizzas. Desiree potato, rosemary chilli salt with caramelised red onions and gorgonzola. Salami char grilled eggplant and olives with parmesan. Swiss browns, olives, SDT and char grilled eggplant with goats feta. Better still they can natter away and I'll get to watch rugby all evening.

Then wash them down with a couple of bottles of Coppabella The Crest Pinot Noir 2014 a single vineyard number from Tumbarumba. First time I went there I thought it was were they filmed Deliverance.

Tomorrow Mary had a leg of slow cooked lamb with spuds, brussels sprouts green beans and the Rockpool date tart. Have a couple of big South Australian Shiraz which will do it justice.
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Alabama style bbq chicken with a white bbq sauce.

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Alabama style bbq chicken with a white bbq sauce.


Can't believe I'm still in b4 white bbq sauce joak.
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Seared foie gras, apple compote, Port reduction, Granny Smith apple garnish

 

Ate this multiple nights. Picture is first attempt; I later made improvements by removing bread crust before toasting, and the port reduction is supposed to be separate from the compote.  

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Chicken Piccata today.
 
Also - i've never even heard of alabama BBQ sauce. I thought it was a chicken fried steak+Gravy at first.
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