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What did you eat last night for dinner?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. DNW

    DNW Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    Skalogre, buddy, don't go off into the deep end. You need to find a woman who can cook for you. [​IMG]
     


  2. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    Skalogre, buddy, don't go off into the deep end. You need to find a woman who can cook for you. [​IMG]

    If the job would only require cooking and no other womanly duties, I could make a career move.
     


  3. DNW

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    If the job would only require cooking and no other womanly duties, I could make a career move.

    Why? 'Cause you already pledged yourself to Conne?
     


  4. skalogre

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    Skalogre, buddy, don't go off into the deep end. You need to find a woman who can cook for you. [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    I had always been the one that would cook the more complex things in my relationships and when I was married, heh. Blame this on me shopping at a Japanese/Korean market and seeing all the damn packets of natto there. And maybe some mild psychosis [​IMG]


    If the job would only require cooking and no other womanly duties, I could make a career move.

    Why? 'Cause you already pledged yourself to Conne?

    Wait. Should I be more pertrubed by kwilkinson's offer or the fact that he will make me share - with Conne???
    Woohooo, maybe I have finally hit bottom [​IMG]
     


  5. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    I had always been the one that would cook the more complex things in my relationships and when I was married, heh. Blame this on me shopping at a Japanese/Korean market and seeing all the damn packets of natto there. And maybe some mild psychosis [​IMG]


    Hey Skalogre! Nice to see you around here again.

    You are, indeed, a cracked individual. After more than a decade of living in Nihon with a wife and child that love the stuff I am still unable to enjoy natto. It is really disgusting stuff. And keep in mind that I am not adverse to some fish fallopian tubes, whale meat or horse meat...but natto? Reminds me of that website you introduced us to a few years ago:

    http://www.thesneeze.com/mt-archives...ont_eat_it.php
     


  6. skalogre

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    Hey Skalogre! Nice to see you around here again. You are, indeed, a cracked individual. After more than a decade of living in Nihon with a wife and child that love the stuff I am still unable to enjoy natto. It is really disgusting stuff. And keep in mind that I am not adverse to some fish fallopian tubes, whale meat or horse meat...but natto? Reminds me of that website you introduced us to a few years ago: http://www.thesneeze.com/mt-archives...ont_eat_it.php
    Hey Alter! Thanks! I was wondering if you were going to popup and mention that I am being a wimp and should man up and eat my natto [​IMG] P.s. I have also tried huitlacoche (the corn fungus - see that website) . Was actually rather good, although done by a decent restaurant here in town and not eaten straight from a can! P.p.s. fish fallopian tubes [​IMG]sounds terrifying I should probably mention that there are no pictures of the diseased corn on the chicken breast because we were out with the boss (had flown in from HQ) and would have looked a bit odd having my phone's flash suddenly light up my plate. Anyway, it was a decent restaurant and I thought screw it, when will I get again the chance to try something potentially disturbingly disgusting on the company tab?
     


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    P.p.s. fish fallopian tubes [​IMG]sounds terrifying

    I should probably mention that there are no pictures of the diseased corn on the chicken breast because we were out with the boss (had flown in from HQ) and would have looked a bit odd having my phone's flash suddenly light up my plate. Anyway, it was a decent restaurant and I thought screw it, when will I get again the chance to try something potentially disturbingly disgusting on the company tab?


    The fallopian tubes were...ummm...interesting. But not as good as the cod sperm sacs [​IMG] .

    I agree with the idea of eating potentially dangerous food on the company's tab. If you become hospitalized you can claim it as a work-related accident [​IMG] .
     


  8. DNW

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    P.p.s. fish fallopian tubes [​IMG]sounds terrifying

    I think I had this the other day at a Korean restaurant. It's a little fishier than the rest of the fish, but there was some pretty good texture. I'm usually a innards person, so I enjoy all that stuff.
     


  9. skalogre

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    The fallopian tubes were...ummm...interesting. But not as good as the cod sperm sacs [​IMG] .

    I agree with the idea of eating potentially dangerous food on the company's tab. If you become hospitalized you can claim it as a work-related accident [​IMG] .


    [​IMG] I'll have to see if th\\at will also let me claim disability

    But you, sir, are much braver than I am.

    I think I had this the other day at a Korean restaurant. It's a little fishier than the rest of the fish, but there was some pretty good texture. I'm usually a innards person, so I enjoy all that stuff.

    Eeeeek. But I don't like fish much so... what fish are those from usually, anyway?
     


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    I stuffed myself like a beast!

    I went to momofuku noodle bar and had:

    1. Two oysters
    2. Braised pig tail
    3. Steamed pork bun
    4. House Ramen
    5. 1/2 carafe of sake

    Then I stopped by The Dessert Truck and had

    6. Some pomegranate macaroons

    Then we went to some bars where I had a high number of alcoholic beverages ultimately concluding at the Pegu club, which we closed.

    Then

    7. Two donuts at the Donut Pub on 14th St.

    Why am I awake?
     


  11. DNW

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    Eeeeek. But I don't like fish much so... what fish are those from usually, anyway?
    No idea. I just eat what they put in front of me. [​IMG]
     


  12. Huntsman

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    I eat well when on my own... [​IMG]
     


  13. skalogre

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    shrimp and spinach risotto with mixed field greens, riesling, pumpkin pie, espresso and port wine
     


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    Found some lobster for $8 / lb yesterday, so bought two - 3.5 pounders. Broke them down to make three courses (butter poached tail with cabbage and bacon; guanciale-wrapped lobster knuckle with mushrooms and truffle sauce; and spaghettini with lobster sauce, peas and claw meat). Made stock from the shells and portioned for future use.
     


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