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What did you eat last night for dinner?

Huntsman

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Classic Italian 'Beans & Greans' using an heirloom bean called Cicherchia, crown vetch, or grass peas. When used as a subsistence food -which it often is because it is exceptionally drought tolerant- the quantities eaten lead to a buildup of a neurotoxin that targets your lower extremeties, specifically, it makes your ass muscles wither. That's a shame, because it is a really tasty bean with great texture. The dish, with a mixture of greens and herbs and topped with pecorino sardo, was a triumph.
 

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Looks good! If you have blue or green bowls for next serving, so much the better!!
 

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Looks good! If you have blue or green bowls for next serving, so much the better!!
Mrs GF did buy blue and green bowls when she bought those.🤣
 

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This thread is becoming a chronicle of someones slow descend into madness.

subscribed for sure.
Madness looks delicious
 

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it’s lobster time, bitches.
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That looks awesome. Is that an italian inspired bisque with basil?

How do you cook the lobster if you finish it in the pan? Do you cook it completely through or just flash them in the boiling water for a minute or two to get them out of the shell easier?
 

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