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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. aravenel

    aravenel Senior member

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    That is such a great sauce.
     
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  2. zhouyu

    zhouyu Senior member

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  3. mordecai

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    is that fucking cornbread?
     
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    Whachoo got against cornbread breh?
     
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  5. zhouyu

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    Hong kong "pineapple" bun with spam and egg... and slab of butter...
     
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    Nice bread, good butter and Maison Papillon's Terrine de Canard au Foie Gras & Terrine de Canard aux C├Ępes. And some kohlrabi, raw. Bread, butter, honey for dessert.
     
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    Home made Spelt Spaghetti withe char grilled Aubergine, fresh Roma tomatoes with fine chopped Oregano, Rosemary, Garlic, Chilli. Served with fresh black pepper and pecorino and mixed a green salad with lemon olive oil dressing.

    then washed down with Rabbits Ranch Central Otago Pinot Noir.
     
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  10. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Many thanks to whomever recommended the Hazan simple tomato sauce. Made it last night, and it's quite tasty.
     
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    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Yeah, I made it too a few nights ago - it was great.
     
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    I made shakshuka from plenty. Waited too long too eat it and the egg set too much. Still pretty good although pretty ugly
     
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  14. Piobaire

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    One of last night's passed hors d'oeuvres was a sun choke soup set up shooter style with toasted almonds and/or pine nuts (I think). Best soup I've had in some time. I found out TK shared the recipe with the chef when he was there cooking a few weeks ago. One of the courses was a seared scallop with shaved black truffles, another TK recipe apparently.
     
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  15. erictheobscure

    erictheobscure Senior member

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    "TK shared the recipe with me!" = "I Googled 'Thomas Keller sunchoke soup recipe.'"
     
  16. erictheobscure

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    Checked out a newish French place in town. Had lamb pot-au-feu (with tongue and sweetbreads) and boeuf bourguignon. All straightforward and tasty.

    The chef made the rounds to say hello. I half-jokingly requested that he put hare a la royale on the menu for the holidays. He said he'd tried serving it as his other (smaller) restaurant for a group of local "foodies" (he said it with the proper balance of bemusement and scorn) and they'd hated it and only a few of his regulars liked it. So no more bloody hare for now.
     
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    It's a good thing you could make such a request and not appear to be a "foodie."
     
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  18. erictheobscure

    erictheobscure Senior member

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    Hopefully I got at least some bonus points for being Asian but not taking any photos of the food.
     
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  19. foodguy

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    and then there's this. one of the best things i tasted htis year.
     
  20. lawyerdad

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    That's like a simplified version of what I make for lawyerkid's lunchbox. Pairs nicely with apple juice.
     

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