What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. Huntsman

    Huntsman Senior member

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    Confederate Memorial Day Party: Gougeres Potato blini with smoked salmon and caviar Pink Champagne Trimbach Guwerztraminer
    These are things that I love very much.
     


  2. VKK3450

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    You're a big fran of the rabe eh?

    Fucking white man, always thinking its some whitey ass vegetable

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  3. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    Fucking white man, always thinking its some whitey ass vegetable

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    Shut up, honky!
     


  4. VKK3450

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    Shut up, honky!

    [​IMG] Whitey calling me a honky...

    These days if it aint haute Frenchy cuisine then Kwilk dont wanna know bout it.

    K
     


  5. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    [​IMG] Whitey calling me a honky...

    These days if it aint haute Frenchy cuisine then Kwilk dont wanna know bout it.

    K


    Gimme a break dude. Have you seen my picture? I love all kindsa food. I just don't know jack about it unless it's Frenchy frenchy. I probably don't know shit about the frenchy stuff either, but I think I do. You'll be happy to know my externship site has a huge Asian influence. So stop talkin shit honky!
     


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    Gimme a break dude. Have you seen my picture? I love all kindsa food. I just don't know jack about it unless it's Frenchy frenchy. I probably don't know shit about the frenchy stuff either, but I think I do. You'll be happy to know my externship site has a huge Asian influence. So stop talkin shit honky!

    Awww, you know I got nothing but love for you (no ghey).

    I think you are learning some pretty cool stuff, and that restaurant for your externship... It looks like it going to be great experience.

    Cracker ass cracker

    K
     


  7. Douglas

    Douglas Stupid ass member

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    I guess I'm just a small timer but I thought I'd start jumping into this thread. Looks fun.

    I cooked dinner for my mom last night for Mother's Day. (Mothers' Day?) Nothing as fancy as how some of you roll, but:

    Shitake and Porcini Mushroom Risotto
    Baked Rockfish with Marinara Sauce
    Sauteed Spinach with Garlic

    [​IMG]
     


  8. gdl203

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    Had dinner at Craft las tnight with wife and her mother (double Mother's Day treat). Was delicious as always. The rack of pork roasted in its fat and bacon was not approved by my doctor but fantastic nonetheless. Perfect with potato gratin and fresh morels
     


  9. globetrotter

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    lunch at commander's palace - chicken and sausage gumbo, short ribs, bananas foster. 25 cent martini.

    probrably the best meal I have had in north america.

    3 more good meals planned for today and tomorrow
     


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    Sunday Night, Cincinnati, Viva Vite:

    Steven, the very serious and capable bartender impressed me enough that I asked him to make me whatever he wished. He made me a tall version of the whisky daisy. It was excellent.

    Appetizer: Veal meatballs
    Entree: Overnight braised lamb shank with parmiagiano polenta (the lamb was incredibly good and the polenta blew my mind)
    Wine: I forget. Funny Italian varietal. Good.
    Dessert: The best Zabaglione I could possibly imagine, over strawberries in Grand Marnier.

    Excellent.
     


  11. globetrotter

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    last night, Nola -

    sausage and slow cooked pork gumbo
    fried oysters, mac and cheese and bourbon mashed sweet potatos with smithfield ham and cream gravy
    I wanted to have their fried pie dessert, but its off the menu. it was a good meal, but I really was looking forward to the fried pie, that was the main reason I chose that resteraunt.
     


  12. why18

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    [​IMG]

    Part of dinner. [​IMG]

    Pork Rib in a Guinness Stout reduction...sort of.
     


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    Douglas Stupid ass member

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    Looks incredible, why. Did you make it?
     


  14. why18

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    No unfortunately. It was at a restaurant and I am trying to bribe the chef for the recipe. This is one of their signature dish. Ate these too among others.

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    The full serving


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    Broccoli and Shitake mushroom with tofu.

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    Braised Crab with Rice Vermicelli
     


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    Dinner: an Asian stir fry of some sort... [​IMG]
     


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