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post #91 of 25230
Last couple days: Friday: HOB Vegas Jambalaya 2002 Arcadian Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir Saturday night (Aureole): (taken out by clients) Appetizers: Herb encrusted sea scallops with 88 Krug pate d' foie gras with 98 d'Yquem Soup: Lobster bisque with creme fraiche with 2002 Sanford SRH PN Main Courses: Lamb shanks with onion, with 2000 Leoville Las Cases Quail with citrus risotto, with 1999 Richebourg Medallions of Beef, with 2001 Pride Reserve CS Dessert: Butterscotch cake infused with butterscotch pudding, served with 2001 Ch. Rieussec Ridiculously good meal, with wonderful wine, the tab for the four of us had to be well in excess of $2k although I didn't enquire into the exact tally. Tonight (Prime) Seared Foie Gras, with 2001 Coutet (sp) Filet Mignon, with 2001 Pride CS Flourless chocolate cake, with espresso I will post more detailed notes later, going out soon.
post #92 of 25230
Saturday I was working, so the restaurant I work at fed me. IIRC, I had Thai Chicken Pizza, on the house. Sunday: a pair of two-egg Omelets made from leftovers, perishables needing riddance, and other things I had in the refrigerator: "¢ two quarters of roasted chicken, meat removed and shredded. "¢ two ripe red bell peppers "¢ one large yellow onion "¢ a few sprigs of rosemary "¢ a few fistfuls of fresh grated Parmesan Snacks throughout: "¢ Original Hummus, warmed pita, fresh fruit, and a couple short glasses of Odwalla Superfood.
post #93 of 25230
Along with 99% of American males last night: burgers sausages wings chips beer And all thanks to getting today off as a 'national holiday.' Tom
post #94 of 25230
Salmon cooked on salt Scallions with lemon parsley butter Chocolate guinness cake Very jealous of your getting today off Tiger. a 3:00 sunday night bedtime is rough.
post #95 of 25230
Watching the Superbowl.... Smoked salmon "dip" and crackers, with Magic Hat (VT) beer, followed by chicken tacos with all the fixin's.
post #96 of 25230
Drizz, that's one helluva meal. Sunday: Ribeye Steak fajitas with homemade mango and habenero salsa, sour cream, etc. for dessert fruit salad, handful of almonds, yogurt, I think a bowl of cereal a little while later...
post #97 of 25230
It was quite good. I had some leftovers I brought back from Prime today, NY strip is always a nice lunch at my desk
post #98 of 25230
Yes Drizz, pretty awesome food/wine pairings there. I've been waiting for a good time to pop a 2000 LLC.
post #99 of 25230
kabert, We decanted the Richebourg and LLC from the beginning of the meal, so I would say about 2-2.5 hours before we drank the LLC and it could have used a bit more time still. Very young, prodigously big, this one will be a masterpiece with time... still really enjoyable as a 5 year old, I think it could use 15-20 years of cellaring. I almost want to go buy more of this stuff, I still have a six pack, but at $230/btl it's just a bit steep, I'd say its worth every penny though, at least it will be in a decade or so. The real baby-killing was the Richebourg, which should probably have sat for at least 20 more years... an amazing wine though, still open, hadn't shut down yet, unbelievably smooth with ridiculous amounts of fruit, much more forward than domestic PN but just sublime, I can understand why people love DRC. I have about 2 cases of mixed DRC stuff from 1993 to present and it's going to sit in my cellar until at least 2020.
post #100 of 25230
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For the life of me, we must be speaking a different language. This is a nightmare. LLC? Stuff? PN? DRC? Baby-killing? $230/btl it's just a bit steep? I'll just shut up. Deep breath. Tonight was delicately porcini mushroom infused chicken breasts flambéed with 25 year old cognac and mouilléed with crème liquide, served over whole wheat couscous grain. Dinner for two, leftovers for one, total cost: about $10. Then a Carambar for the joke inside.
post #101 of 25230
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For the life of me, we must be speaking a different language. This is a nightmare. LLC? Stuff? PN? DRC? Baby-killing? $230/btl it's just a bit steep? I'll just shut up. Deep breath. Tonight was delicately porcini mushroom infused chicken breasts flambéed with 25 year old cognac and mouilléed with crème liquide, served over whole wheat couscous grain. Dinner for two, leftovers for one, total cost: about $10. Then a Carambar for the joke inside.
LLC = Chateau Leoville Las Cases, St. Julien, Bordeaux AOC PN = Pinot Noir DRC = Domane d' Romanee Conti, Cote d' Nuits, Cote d' Or, Burgundy Baby-killing refers to opening a ($250) 2000 LLC and ($800) 1999 DRC Richebourg, both of which should be cellared for 10+ more years, however, it wasn't my money, or my wine, so I'm more than willing to drink what's put in front of me Tonight: Bowl of pho (brisket, flank, tendon) $6
post #102 of 25230
Tonight, a big bowl of pasta blended with sweet chicken sausage (cut up), black olives, and cooked peppers, tomatoes, asparagas and onions. With a glass of chardonnay -- Chateau St. Michelle (Washington State).
post #103 of 25230
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(marc37 @ Feb. 06 2005,06:51) 150ml Organic Fenugreek sprout juice (raw) 250ml Kelp juice (raw) 250ml Organic Oat grass juice (raw) 10 ml Colloidal minerals 5 grams Chlorella (raw green algae) 70ml Weed juice. (black in color and very very bitter). 2 organic oranges for supper.
Did someone come up with this menu for you for specific reasons, or do you put it together yourself?  By weed juice, what "weeds" do you mean?
l put togeather this diet as the result of many years research. lt covers the 91 essential nutrients. Weed juice = dandelion weed juice. A highly nutritious liquid. Very good for the liver and loaded with calcium.
post #104 of 25230
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Originally Posted by marc37,Feb. 06 2005,03:51
150ml Organic Fenugreek sprout juice (raw) 250ml Kelp juice (raw) 250ml Organic Oat grass juice (raw) 10 ml Colloidal minerals 5 grams Chlorella (raw green algae) 70ml Weed juice. (black in color and very very bitter). 2 organic oranges for supper.
I cannot imagine taking this diet unless I could be sure of being close to a lavatory at all times.
lf you want to remain worm and parasite free you have to get food out of your body within 32 hours. That is why my diet is designed as such. lt is perfectly combined so digestion is not tied up. The diet has no weakenesses. lt is the perfect diet. lt covers all your vitamin and mineral requirements. lt's one of the few diets available that does. P.S: vitamin and mineral deficiencies = nutritional diseases.
post #105 of 25230
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Drizzt, You are very lucky to have the opportunity to taste those wines. Perhaps, in the interest of the forum, you could be less succinct so as to guide those who don't know, for example, that the Romanée-Conti is a grand cru from the Côte de Nuits and what it means to open any grand cru after a mere 4 years. These names, Romanée-Conti, Richebourg (good choice, staying within Vosne-Romanée), are quite poetic, and it is a pity that you would use an acronym in their stead.
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