What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    I had a Piobaire night. Pork belly, pork shoulder. Also sea urchin and cepes.
     
  2. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    I had a Piobaire night. Pork belly, pork shoulder. Also sea urchin and cepes.

    On a night I'm doing mainly seafood! [​IMG]

    Happy to see a porky night is named after me though.

    Gonna braise a belly next weekend.
     
  3. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    It had been a long time since I opened sea urchins: [​IMG]
     
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    Lambert's Cafe. Home of the Throwed Rolls.
     
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    sao paulo pizza - wood over cooked. blue cheese with spicy salami
     
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    Poor Coyote. He never saw that semi truck coming.

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  7. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Just giving you shit. I bet it was tasty. That's about the least flattering pose for a dead animal though. hehe.
     
  8. R.O. Thornhill

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    Simple Saturday night dinner, just my wife and I:

    - Home made gazpacho

    - Dry aged Cote de Bouef cooked the Ducasse way (http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?...a-thick-steak/) with English asparagus and radicchio salad

    - A good chunk of Camembert

    - Rhubarb and strawberry pie (Rowley leigh's recipe from the FT a few weeks back)

    To drink: a glass of Hidalgo La Gitana Manzanilla with the soup, and a bottle of 1997 Comtesse de Lalande (showing beautifully) with the beef and cheese
     
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    Simple Saturday night dinner, just my wife and I: - Home made gazpacho - Dry aged Cote de Bouef cooked the Ducasse way (http://forums.egullet.org/index.php?...a-thick-steak/) with English asparagus and radicchio salad - A good chunk of Camembert - Rhubarb and strawberry pie (Rowley leigh's recipe from the FT a few weeks back) To drink: a glass of Hidalgo La Gitana Manzanilla with the soup, and a bottle of 1997 Comtesse de Lalande (showing beautifully) with the beef and cheese
    In other news... there's a recipe section in The Financial Times?
     
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    Will foodguy post what Jamie Lauren is cooking for him tonight?
     
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    globetrotter Senior member

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    In other news... there's a recipe section in The Financial Times?

    yes, actually there are a lot of great food articles in the FT
     
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    I ate it, the lamb.
     
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    Lambert's Cafe. Home of the Throwed Rolls.
    Went there over spring break. Can't say I was overly impressed with the food, but the portion sizes were absolutely ridiculous.
     
  14. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    I ate it, the lamb.

    Did you like it, the lamb?
     
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    Family dinner - salmon with beurre blanc, asparagus, carrots and some grilled polenta. Wine was our daily drinker - '07 Kettle Valley Pinot Gris, from the Naramata bench in the Okanagan Valley of BC. The colour of the wine is a very light pink - that, and it's fresh light peach notes complemented the wild spring salmon nicely.
     

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