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Lamb shoulder. Not very pretty, but lots of negative space! I left it on the grill a minute or so too long.
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I miss Brussels sprouts.
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I was out for dinner in Tokyo last night (no pics) and had among other things a dish that would make a nice appetizer or snack with some cocktails or wine: 1. Cut some cream cheese into cubes 2. Drop on some Shio Kombu (have to get at a Japanese store, I suppose). 3. Sprinkle some sesame seeds and a few thin slices of green onion 4. Nom nom nom Not my pic but something like this: Not the prettiest dish but the flavor combination was some umami greatness.
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Dinner out at Foreign and Domestic here in Austin. Best meal in ages. 4 apps for two of us, followed by waygu steak over fried orzo in a shallow beef broth with basil, topped by a poached egg and crumbled bacon and a fermented chili paste smeared across the side of the bowl for dipping. Dessert was an almond custard in a pastry shell, topped with creme fraiche, lemon ice and honey comb. I belong to a gang for which the only requirement is not taking photos of meals, or else I would have photographed it.
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Neapolitan pizza with fresh mozz, red onion, and basil. Washed down with a Leffe Blonde Belgian Ale and now a bottle of German Gilabert Cava.
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Appy was Dr. Pepper braised short ribs with gnocchi that were simmered in veal stock and finished with beef ju reduction. Very rich. Perfectly fired fillet, duck fat fries, and fiddlehead ferns. Paired with an 05 Peju.
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Crispy braised pork belly, creamy cheesy polenta, mushrooms.

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That is a huge piece of pork belly.
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That is a huge piece of pork belly.

*burp*
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Navarin printanier, though it doesn't feel anything like spring here, by God:



This one's for the tourné h8ers:

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That looks really, really good.
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tourné h8ers

Nice word juxtaposition.
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Peking duck at Sun Wah in Argyle. It was alright... skin was kind of like eating fatty plastic. Favorite dish was a Singaporean noodle dish. Loved it until I ate this tiny little dried chili. I nearly died for about 5 minutes. It came with soup that was nice, but the fried rice very average. Also ordered BBQ Pork over rice... the pork is just so overcooked that it's hard to really enjoy it. Massive amount of food came out pretty cheap for 7 people.
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Navarin printanier, though it doesn't feel anything like spring here, by God:



This one's for the tourné h8ers:


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With the stew serve hot French bread, and a red Beaujolais or Bordeaux wine, a chilled rose, or a fairly full-bodied, dry, chilled white wine such as a Macon, Hermitage, or one of the lesser Burgundies.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/s...ryId=112294915
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