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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. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    Douglas-san, Very nice! You do need some vegetables, I'm afraid....
    +1. Also, some vanilla ice cream on those peaches.
     


  2. romafan

    romafan Senior member

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    I figured the green of the pesto was close enough. [​IMG] Normally I am a stickler for getting a protein, a starch, and a veggie on the table.

    Ground up basil doesn't count. Tomatoes are starting to come in! [​IMG] :

    +1. Also, some vanilla ice cream on those peaches.

    I think this is right: - schlag, + vanilla ice cream [​IMG]
     


  3. Douglas

    Douglas Stupid ass member

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    Sheesh you guys are picky.

    I didn't have vanilla ice cream - though I agree it would have been very tasty. But I did have heavy cream, and a whisk.
     


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    Found a good shanghai place tonight. Had fried dumplings, crispy carp in sauce, and chinese watercrest. It was very good, and relatively cheap.
     


  5. Dmax

    Dmax Senior member

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    Had an interesting dish at a local italian place - Capuzzelle della Nonna, which was half of sheep's head stuffed with breadcrumbs and spices and baked in white wine. The brain was my favorite part. Mrs. Dmax was a bit freaked out.
     


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    Tonight's dinner featured rosemary and basil fresh from my garden.

    Rosemary and olive oil-rubbed pork tenderloin, and farfalle with homemade pesto. I did goof and put some hot water from the pasta straight into the pesto before tossing, which slightly cooked the basil and ruined the fresh green color. It still tasted yummy - I went heavy on the pine nuts and garlic for a little more bite and depth - but it really ruined the presentation. For dessert, baked peaches with a balsamic vinegar, vanilla, and sugar glaze, served with fresh-made whipped cream. All washed down with a nice Barolo we've had hanging around for a few months - we ran out of our everyday table wines. Time for a trip back to the liquor store!

    Note Yorkie #1 at far left in first pic. They all got a nibble of tenderloin at the end of the night.

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    Looks good, but what's with the watch pic next to the plate....hopefully not dessert, as I've heard they do not digest well?? [​IMG]
     


  7. c3cubed

    c3cubed Senior member

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    Pogo sticks. I felt like slumming.

    Too much Foie Gras the night before.
     


  8. Spatlese

    Spatlese Senior member

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    ^^ Slumming night for me too. Fried chicken and hefeweizens.
     


  9. Xericx

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    Dodger Dog at the game.

    AFter the game hit up Honda ya in Little Tokyo....for some izakaya....

    crispy rice with spicy tuna
    fried baby octopus (this was AWESOME)
    yakitori of "meatballs" and "shitake mushrooms"
    fried cheese in won tons with jalepenos
     


  10. globetrotter

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    roast chicken, home made challah, roast potatos, peas. mediocre israeli wine, very nice irish butter
     


  11. Rambo

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    roast chicken, home made challah, roast potatos, peas. mediocre israeli wine, very nice irish butter
    Do you braid your challah?
     


  12. globetrotter

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    Do you braid your challah?

    my wife and daughters did. its like the second time in a year that we've made it.
     


  13. Joffrey

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    Edit: Oops wrong "what did you...last night thread"!
     


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    After an eventful Wednesday through Friday nights:

    Saturday: Slept in until 2pm or so then headed out to pick up my sister in town from NY. Hung out at the parents. Big late lunch/early dinner, napped off and on in the comfortbale couch from 6pm to 11ish. Retreated to my old bed with the new GQ and Vanity Fair that comes to their house. Sleepy time by 2.

    Sunday: Moved furniture. Raided the fridge on my way back to the city. Lounged around in my apartment for 6 hours or so with a few cold ones. Checked my credit card statement and almost cried. Sleepy time by 12.

    Don't worry, I'll be back in action this thursday.


    Wrong thread, Dude.
     


  15. Spatlese

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    Wrong thread, Dude.

    Ha ha.

    Had a simple oyster 'stew' last night. Just some oysters cooked in a sauce of green onion, ginger, some wine, stock and oyster liquor.
     


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