or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › What did you eat last night for dinner?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

What did you eat last night for dinner? - Page 568

post #8506 of 25581
Quote:
Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post
Tonight, I ate lamb.

This looks great. Welcome back!
post #8507 of 25581
Lately Brindle Room Chicken Liver Mousse Caramelized Onions spread & Gruyere, White Whine, Herbs spread Steak House Burger with Caramelized Onions, Cheddar, Pickels and Fries with a Modelo 99 Miles To Philly Whiz Wit with Waffles Fries and a Coke Shake Shack Shack Burger: American Cheese, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Shack Sauce with Fries and an Iced Tea Pinche Taqueria Taco de Carnitas, Taco de Pollo Asado, Taco de Carne Asada and a Mango Jarritos. Piano's Burger with Cheddar, Tomatoes, Lettuce and Pickles on an English Muffin with Fries and a bunch of Frozen Margaritas.
post #8508 of 25581
^ you are the fast food king. some of that stuff looks really yummy!!
post #8509 of 25581
we had the charcuterie platter, the pate de campagne, the laitue salad, and the brandade, and then got mains: Bouchon is definitely one of the better meals I've had in awhile, and I just had the Ducasse and Robuchon version bistro meals a month ago. La Table Robuchon was very fine and purposeful; Bouchon was big in flavor and seemed fitting, given this is America. Nice place, I will go again.
post #8510 of 25581
Pinche Tacqueria



This is a bit like saying skeet on the radio.
post #8511 of 25581

post #8512 of 25581
I had a nice dinner planned, but we ended up with chinese since the electric went out
post #8513 of 25581
1/4 of a roast chicken and two egg omelette/frittata
post #8514 of 25581
Strawberries and tongue.
post #8515 of 25581
That's an awfully odd combination. Pretty though.
post #8516 of 25581
Today, I ate basil.
post #8517 of 25581
How did you cook that fish?

I don't like how there is no sear or anything. I need some form of browning or crust on my fish.
post #8518 of 25581
these are some seriously tasty looking dishes, but i swear, i'd go hungry again within 3 hours after eating them. the portions are so small!
post #8519 of 25581
Quote:
Originally Posted by randallr View Post
How did you cook that fish? I don't like how there is no sear or anything. I need some form of browning or crust on my fish.
Richard, I poached it gently in the sauce, atop the vegetables. I prefer cooking sole like this; much more delicate and flavorful, in my opinion.
post #8520 of 25581
Quote:
Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post
these are some seriously tasty looking dishes, but i swear, i'd go hungry again within 3 hours after eating them. the portions are so small!

"less is more"

As fantastic as it looks i'd need at least 3 portions though
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › What did you eat last night for dinner?