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Sebo in SF. One of the best meals I've ever had.

Bourdain didn't hype it like he normally does? So that means it actually was good?
Nice!
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post
Really? Not even the green can stuff (which I think that is)? I have had it with and without.

I think she was down in Tenjin to get her computer fixed and then went to lunch because she hadn't seen the new Hakata-eki. She said she went to Laduree after lunch and macarons are 6 for 5000Y now, LOL.

There is a huge Laduree boom these days after they published some books. I found their macarons to be rather meh.
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That looks delicious Manton. For me, it tasted better than it photographed. Crispy chicken thighs with fennel, orange, thyme & olives and a side of super parmy polenta.
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Originally Posted by binge View Post
That looks delicious Manton. For me, it tasted better than it photographed. Crispy chicken thighs with fennel, orange, thyme & olives and a side of super parmy polenta.
That looks great! But that is a lot of peel...was it bitter?
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Looks fantastic. did you make the tagliatele? What wine did you have with it?
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damn it's so late and this made me howngy
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Originally Posted by binge View Post
That looks delicious Manton. For me, it tasted better than it photographed. Crispy chicken thighs with fennel, orange, thyme & olives and a side of super parmy polenta.
The chicken looks great; the polenta looks like very dry scrambled eggs. I'm sure it was delicious, though.
post #7464 of 25376
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Originally Posted by Alter View Post
That looks great! But that is a lot of peel...was it bitter?

It wasn't. I'm guessing that roasting it with the fennel, thyme and garlic helped.

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Originally Posted by mm84321 View Post
The chicken looks great; the polenta looks like very dry scrambled eggs. I'm sure it was delicious, though.

Ha ha, yeah I thought the same thing, but it was delicious.
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Originally Posted by Johnny_5 View Post
Looks fantastic. did you make the tagliatele? What wine did you have with it?

Pasta is fresh but no home made. From Arthur Ave.

No wine.
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is there meat ?
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Not dinner but ... duck spheres:

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my friend just made some fresh tagliate this morning
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Not dinner but ... duck eggs:


Is that duck bacon as well?
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Is that duck bacon as well?

Sadly no. That would have been cool.
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