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post #2731 of 25843
^That looks awful
post #2732 of 25843
yeah, it wasn't that good. usually its ok, its swimmin in a garlic-vinegar sauce...chicken was really dry and they got it out to me suspiciously fast.

i was craving chicken and it was near me.
post #2733 of 25843
Steak sandwhich from a local hole in the wall gyro place (Petit Cafe in El Segundo http://www.petitcafela.com/ ). This was really good with some provolone cheese, onions and it was quite spicy. always a good sandwhich. and...a snapple! I know it drags down the quality overall here, but its my camera phone and I never cook at home.
post #2734 of 25843
Just hade baked potato with lamb tenderloin in a balsamico/rosemary reduction, bit of a weird combo and lamb went a bit overdone, still overall pretty good

post #2735 of 25843
"Maui Wowie (teriyaki and pineapple) Hamburger from Barney's Burgers at Brentwood Country Mart.
post #2736 of 25843
Had dinner at a local restaurant, Cafe Giovanni.


Oysters Giovanni- lightly fried Louisiana oysters with painted stained glass of five sauces. This sauce was incredible



Crabmeat Sicilian Salad-jumbo lump crabmeat, mixed greens, roma tomatoes, and olivata vinaigrette



Voodoo Shrimp-Jumbo shrimp with sweet & spicy sauce, fried green tomatoes, portobello mushroom, corn grits



I agree that they can work on their presentation but everything worked so well.
post #2737 of 25843
^the oyster sauce looked great
post #2738 of 25843
I ate at PODIUM, LONDON for more details http://tinyurl.com/m9zr7u costs were minimal actually for the location it was in - had salmon in a creamy sauce was beautiful - must try it
post #2739 of 25843
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Originally Posted by track309 View Post
Had dinner at a local restaurant, Cafe Giovanni.

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I agree that they can work on their presentation but everything worked so well.

You're making me hungry!
post #2740 of 25843
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Originally Posted by DarkNWorn View Post
You're making me hungry!


Btw, this is what the girl friend had Duck Breast with foie gras brandy sauce, corn grits, and grilled veggies.



I'm actually a fan of your posts on this thread. You eat well
post #2741 of 25843
That duck looks good.... and a foie gras brandy sauce sounds nice. But why serve something high end like that with corn grits and some absolutely fucking nasty looking grilled veg?
post #2742 of 25843
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
That duck looks good.... and a foie gras brandy sauce sounds nice. But why serve something high end like that with corn grits and some absolutely fucking nasty looking grilled veg?

They don't eat veggies in the south, haven't you heard?
post #2743 of 25843
made tortellini with peas, cream and pancetta. came out very nice.
post #2744 of 25843
first post...

i work in a kitchen, so what I ate tonight wasn't extravagant. What it was, though, was delicious. And I saw it from farm to my belly, so that's always great as well.

trimmed sides of chuck from a farm near us, seasoned it with S&P, ground it twice, and formed into burgers.

served on a grilled challah bun with local goat cheese and thinly sliced yellow onion. rare, but i was organizing the kitchen, so it rested to a medium rare.

fucking delicious.
post #2745 of 25843
Homemade burger for lunch today

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