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post #6526 of 25272
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It's a pizza place that does other gourmet/foodie type food. usually have some kind of offal. Ears, tripe, etc., but not on the pizzas
The fried blue lake beans are great.
post #6527 of 25272
Used to eat fried pig ears in TX all the time. I think it's a Mexican thing.
post #6528 of 25272
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It's a pizza place that does other gourmet/foodie type food. usually have some kind of offal. Ears, tripe, etc., but not on the pizzas
Yeah, that's what was throwing me. I thought he was talking about ears on the pizza. Even for Matt, that was fucking out there.
post #6529 of 25272
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It's a pizza place that does other gourmet/foodie type food. usually have some kind of offal. Ears, tripe, etc., but not on the pizzas
Here you go. Good memories?
post #6530 of 25272
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The fried blue lake beans are great.
The chili sauce that they served with the ears was great too. I just didn't like the cartilage crunch in the ear. The food wasn't terrible. The pizza was okay, it just wasn't as good as I was expecting. I just like pimping you about it.
post #6531 of 25272
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Yeah, that's what was throwing me. I thought he was talking about ears on the pizza. Even for Matt, that was fucking out there.
You know, I actually eat very normal stuff. I don't like all this extreme eating BS.
post #6532 of 25272
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Here you go. Good memories?


The horror!
post #6533 of 25272
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
The chili sauce that they served with the ears was great too. I just didn't like the cartilage crunch in the ear.


The food wasn't terrible. The pizza was okay, it just wasn't as good as I was expecting. I just like pimping you about it.

have you tried barbecued pig ears? delish

my mother makes this sweet asian barbecue marinade, I can't remember what's in it, I have to ask her. then she marinades the ears overnight, barbecues the ears till the edges of the ears are crispy while the cartilage is still tender and chewy. as a dipping sauce, garlic and serrano pepper infused vinegar

another good pig ear dish is boiled pig ears with fried yellow tofu.
boil the pig ears and fry the yellow tofu, cut both pig ears and tofu in small pieces, drizzle with the garlic&pepper infused vinegar, also a drizzle of soy sauce and boom!

both good served like tapas with beer
post #6534 of 25272
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You know, I actually eat very normal stuff. I don't like all this extreme eating BS.
I know. You do have to admit though that you have a rather diverse itinerary when it comes to dining choices though. Especially for someone like me who hasn't ever heard of half of the shit you make. Still, ear pizza would have taken the cake.
post #6535 of 25272
Past three pages have brought the lulz.

Entree last night was buffalo short ribs. The kitchen was meh last night.
post #6536 of 25272
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Seriously? Never heard of eating ears before. What cuisines? The head, yes, but not the ears.


usually marinated with some citrus, soy and garlic then slapped on the grill, and served cut up. I even remember bringing emptym to a hole in the wall last year for 'ears and beers'. I also eat them fried in a place I frequent, but its not as lovely as what matt posted....

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those look absolutely fantastic.
post #6537 of 25272
Lazy and tired tonight so took some smoked brisket I had froze, shredded it and put it into some tomato sauce, pinto beans, and chili style seasonings. Very nice and hitting the spot.
post #6538 of 25272
Last night went out with da homies had chateaubriand, a couple bottles of cab (they were meh) , creme brulee, port...then finished the night off with a few pints of guinness .
Paying the price for it today. Considering some hair of the dog.

It was all at Wine Bar & Bistro on Lark if anyone is ever in Albany,NY I recommend it.
post #6539 of 25272
mozzarella, parmesan, ricotta, spinach, garlic, toasted pine nuts, chili and truffle oil


mozzarella, parmesan, ham, wood mushrooms and tomato
post #6540 of 25272
^good lord that last one looks delicious
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