What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    40 ounces of frozen margerita and a cohiba robusto before dinner

    dinner here

    http://www.emerils.com/restaurant/3/...co/dinner-menu

    home made sausage, choriso
    pork cheeks and dirty rice
    lamb meat balls
    boneless spare ribs
    chedder and bacon spoon bread

    very nice bottle of toscan wine

    then, went here

    http://www.creolecreamery.com/

    for
    red velvet and sweet corn, pepper and rasberry ice creams


    then to http://www.snugjazz.com/site/


    Ah...the good life in the Big Easy. Last time I was down there, it was during Mardi Gras the year Katrina hit. Are things close to the way they were?
     


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    Douglas Stupid ass member

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    All you can eat seafood down in Pasadena (Maryland), hon! Crabbies, crabbies, crabbies! En' summa dem raw oosters! En' snow crabs, en' dem dungins crabs too, hon! En' steamed shrimps en hush puppies!

    If you don't count the mallet, no utensils were used in the eating of this meal (by me, anyways).

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    And who says a baby cramps your style? Just slap your 1-month old on the table and have at. (That's pop-pop in the back.)

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  4. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    [​IMG] AWESOME.
    That all looks hella good. Except too mucha dat sauce on the oystahs.
     


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    I had a frozen pizza last night. As a child of the "latchkey kid" generation of the late 70s and early 80s, I had plenty of frozen pizza for dinner. Mostly it just tastes like cardboard and I avoid it like the plague, unless I'm feeling sentimental for low rent, highly processed comfort foods. l got an Amy's vegan Roasted Veggie pizza last night and -- ummmmmmmmm it is pretty tasty.
     


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    Ah...the good life in the Big Easy. Last time I was down there, it was during Mardi Gras the year Katrina hit. Are things close to the way they were?

    my wife asked me that. here's my take - people warn you a lot more than they used to, we were told, by sevaral people, not to walk west of bourbon. I wanted to go to a club on rampart, and several people told me to take a cab - 2 blocks. on the other hand, I used to notice a lot of white runaways hanging out on corners and around, scruffy kids who looked like they would mug you if they had a chance, but didn't look very tough in general. those are pretty much gone - I think that the serious tough guys have pushed them out.


    a lot of closed stores, a huge number of houses for sale - we probrably saw signs on 50 houses just in the area of royal for sale.

    my wife thought that the whole city looked very depressing - she was only there once before, 10 years ago for 2 days. she said this time it looked like the 3rd world.
     


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    my wife asked me that. here's my take - people warn you a lot more than they used to, we were told, by sevaral people, not to walk west of bourbon. I wanted to go to a club on rampart, and several people told me to take a cab - 2 blocks. on the other hand, I used to notice a lot of white runaways hanging out on corners and around, scruffy kids who looked like they would mug you if they had a chance, but didn't look very tough in general. those are pretty much gone - I think that the serious tough guys have pushed them out.


    a lot of closed stores, a huge number of houses for sale - we probrably saw signs on 50 houses just in the area of royal for sale.

    my wife thought that the whole city looked very depressing - she was only there once before, 10 years ago for 2 days. she said this time it looked like the 3rd world.


    A woman I know who just went recently got held up walking those same 2 blocks. Good advice that.
     


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    Fried Okra with Red Pepper Relish
    Bresaola
    Fried Soft-shell Crab with Arugula Salad
    Espresso

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    Dinner tonight.

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    Simple one dish meal. Ka Prao Moo ( Thai style stir-fried minced pork with Holy Basil), rice and an over done sunny side up. [​IMG]
     


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    Greek. The usual - roast lamb shoulder, prawn souvlaki and some chicken livers to start.
     


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    Dinner tonight. [​IMG] Simple one dish meal. Ka Prao Moo ( Thai style stir-fried minced pork with Holy Basil), rice and an over done sunny side up. [​IMG]
    What is Holy Basil?
     


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    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    For some unknown reason, we decided to make homemade bagel dogs.
     


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    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Douglas, nice crab feast. God, I need to visit the Chesapeake area again soon.
     


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    For some unknown reason, we decided to make homemade bagel dogs.

    Hand in your cummerbund and smoking jacket now, please.
     


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    For some unknown reason, we decided to make homemade bagel dogs.

    Did you just put a hot dog between a bagel?
     


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