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Can one be a couple of hemispheres away? Or by definition aren't they back on the same hemisphere?

K
*sigh* there's always one.

how's this...

him from northern hemisphere. me from southern hemisphere.
him from western hemisphere. me from eastern hemisphere.
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*sigh* there's always one.

how's this...

him from northern hemisphere. me from southern hemisphere.
him from western hemisphere. me from eastern hemisphere.

Maybe like 2 quartospheres?

K
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What did you do with the superfluous, sauce-engorged buns?


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The oh-so-wrong McRib is back on sale in SoCal, so it was only natural to buy three of them and make a McTriRib. I'm sure Wilks will steal this to serve at Cyrus.



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What did you do with the superfluous, sauce-engorged buns?

Tossed them outside to give the birds heart disease.
post #3650 of 24795
Had some of my home made poblano and cilantro sausages, plus cabbage sauteed with lardons. Did not have wine with it

What wine would you guys have put with it though? I thought maybe a nice Chard.
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udon wit potstickers. GF cooks and we are poor cause of my retail sickness
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I bought a large amount of really good corn beef because I expected to feed some family, and they didn't eat it. so I've been having a plate of corn beef, with some (very good dusseldorf) mustard a couple of times a week. really nice.
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chili with montgomery inn sauce .. yums.
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The oh-so-wrong McRib is back on sale in SoCal, so it was only natural to buy three of them and make a McTriRib. I'm sure Wilks will steal this to serve at Cyrus.

YUCK!


Last night I was in the city and we tried to go to Nopa, b/c the sous chef is a badass. Well, they had a 90 minute wait, so I called a friend and he said we should go to Pizzeria Delfina. Sounds great to me--- I've been wanting to try it since I first moved out here, but never had taken the chance. So we go, wait about 45 minutes for a seat, and everything looks good. Order the insalata tricolore, and it was good, if very basic. Still, for only $7, it was a good salad.
Then, to be adventurous and b/c I really wanted to try pig's ears, we ordered the pigs ears. I knew they'd be braised, cut thin, and then deep fried and served like that. What I didn't know was that somehow each strip was going to have this strange spiney cartilage line going through it. It was so terrible. Like eating bone instead of cartilage. I had a few pieces, Lish had a few pieces, and then we passed it on.
Then she had the broccoli raab pizza which was terrible, TERRIBLE, and I had the prosciutto pie, which was okay, but still not good.
Overall, the meal was so disappointing because I had really wanted to try eating there, and had only heard good things. I will likely be back at some point to at least give it another shot, but last night was so bad.
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YUCK!

Jealous bastard.

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Then, to be adventurous and b/c I really wanted to try pig's ears, we ordered the pigs ears. I knew they'd be braised, cut thin, and then deep fried and served like that. What I didn't know was that somehow each strip was going to have this strange spiney cartilage line going through it. It was so terrible. Like eating bone instead of cartilage. I had a few pieces, Lish had a few pieces, and then we passed it on.

That sounds nasty. The pigs ears I had at Church & State were soft and gelatinous all the way through. Sounds like they're doing something wrong.
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That sounds nasty. The pigs ears I had at Church & State were soft and gelatinous all the way through. Sounds like they're doing something wrong.

Maybe it was intentional. I, for one, like a little crunch in my pig's ear.
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Maybe it was intentional. I, for one, like a little crunch in my pig's ear.

I like my crunch on the outside, via the crisp skin, but not on the inside.
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Then she had the broccoli raab pizza which was terrible, TERRIBLE, and I had the prosciutto pie, which was okay, but still not good.

Nothing brings out the bitterness of rapini like a good blast of hot air from a pizza oven.
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gyros.... boy do I love the stuff, especially dosed in ungainly amounts of garlic
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lamb burger
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