What did you eat last night for dinner?

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

  1. tropics

    tropics Senior member

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    That looks good. What kind of crust or rub is on the fish? That picture makes me want some artichokes.

    just a quick marinade of balsamic, garlic, salt and pepper. artichokes are from costco, as are the sun dried tomatoes. artichokes are great, tomatoes not so much.
     
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    Meatball
    Wedding soup
    Linguine con Pescatore
    Sausage w/ peppers
     
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    made beef masaman curry last night, with brown rice.

    Was it any good with brown rice? I've only had Thai curry with jasmine. Masaman is my favorite.
     
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    Stewed Duck Leg with Chestnut and Dried Shitake Mushroom

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    Caribbean rice with pineapple, curry, coconut, and habanero sausage made at the 100-year-old corner grocery across the street.

    Gorgonzola cheese on water crackers (extra virgin olive oil and sea salt) with a mild chianti.

    Sort of treating myself while I sequester myself from the world and study for the bar exam.
     
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    Stewed Duck Leg with Chestnut and Dried Shitake Mushroom

    That looks incredible. What kind of duck is it? What other ingredients, etc., besides the chestnut and mushrooms?
     
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    Made a home made whole wheat pizza

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    Made a home made whole wheat pizza [​IMG]
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    Made a home made whole wheat pizza

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    Hmm...

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    What are the other ingredients?
     
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    Hmm...

    What are the other ingredients?


    low fat mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, basil, oregano

    It was pretty good, especially for something that was relatively healthy.
     
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    Chicken piccata. I shouldn't have had 2nd. Uggh....
     
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    Peppers prepared Macedonian style (roasted, peeled, then fried in a little bit of vegetable oil with crumbled feta cheese and egg). Doesn't look like much, but it's absolutely delicious.

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    That looks incredible. What kind of duck is it? What other ingredients, etc., besides the chestnut and mushrooms?

    That is a good question. Asian in origin definitely, I didn't even know there are many types. The fillings are chestnut, mushroom and julienned pork belly adding the sinful touch.

    I understand, deep fried or roast first, caramelized with rock sugar and then stewed in a spiced (think Cinnamon, Bay leaves, Star anise, nutmeg, cloves) soy bean based sauce.
     
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    First attempt at pork tenderloin. I need to learn how to cook for real - some of the stuff in this thread looks amazing. [​IMG]
     

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