What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. Tooch4321

    Tooch4321 Senior member

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    Last night, I grilled handmade turkey burgers which were placed on pretzel rolls and accompanied with smoked cheddar, red onion, roasted red peppers, roma tomatoes, baby mixed greens and a side of homemade sweet potato chips.

    This morning was steel-cut oatmeal with blueberries and walnuts, eggs whites and my favorite peaberry coffee shipped from Costa Rica...
     


  2. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    home cooked meal... vietnamese soup.... noodles with vietnamese ham, scrambled eggs, and chicken
     


  4. tattersall

    tattersall Senior member

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    Mabo dofu (with pork), steamed asian greens and sushi rice along with a lot of sriracha. Bottle of 2007 Zind Humbrecht 'Zind' which held up very well to the spice. Homemade strawberry ice cream for dessert.
     


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    DNW Senior member

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    Glad I had some time to cook. Despite the warm weather, chicken cacciatore for dinner. Browning the chicken thighs in their own fat, drumsticks to follow: [​IMG] Vegetables: [​IMG] Add some mushroom: [​IMG] Simmering: [​IMG] Chicken cacciatore on rice: [​IMG] And it tastes a whole lot better on the next day. [​IMG]
     


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    Creama di Funghi
    Cream of Hen-of-the-Woods Mushroom soup with Saba, Parsley and a Fontina Cheese Crostini

    Ragu alla Bolgnese
    Tagliatelle with Pork, Veal, Pancetta, Tomatoes, finished with Grana Padano

    2007 Chianti, San Fabiano, Tuscany

    Food was delicious... wine just OK.
     


  7. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    Thursday night I went here

    http://www.ventoharagano.com.br/

    took about 25 customers for dinner. the system is a large salad and fish buffet, with several pretty nice cheeses, as well (brazilians seem to really like italian cheeses). then, you sit down and they bring about 8 or 10 sides to the table, and then come around with the meat. must have tasted 20 types of roast meat. I've been to about 20 similar resteraunts in Brazil, and this one is the best I have been to. with that, had a nice 2005 malbec wine. finished up with brazilian lemon pie, some 43 liquor and then a 20 year old port.


    Wed here


    http://www.rubaiyat.com.br/restauran...ueira-rubaiyat


    took 15 people to dinner. I had a steak, but actually ended up trading half for somebodies amazon (fresh water) fish which was really good. also malbec.
     


  8. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Creama di Funghi
    Cream of Hen-of-the-Woods Mushroom soup with Saba, Parsley and a Fontina Cheese Crostini


    I love Hen 'o da wood. There's a great place in Williamstown that often has it just done simply with a bit of good butter. Yum.

    Much of the foraged mushroom in local good restaurants here comes from a dude commonly called, the Mushroom Man. He's a slender hippie codger who shows up, often unannounced, with a bag of random mushrooms. I once saw him lug a Hen of maybe sixty-seventy pounds in a bag, and plop it on the bar for haggling.

    I suspect that he consumes choice mushrooms himself.


    - B
     


  9. tattersall

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    Korean tonight: steamed dumplings, Gganpunggi; Hae Mul Pa Jun, Japchae and Bulgoki with wild mushrooms. Sides of spinach, sweet potato, bean sprouts and plenty of kim chi. Our kids (5 and 3 yo) are crazy for japchae.
     


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    Last night: Clam chowder, salad, scampi.
     


  11. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Nice, light dinner last night. Baked off some broc with olive oil, salt and pepper, 425 degree over until it starts turning brown. Sauteed shrimp with garlic, butter, freshly chopped basil leaves. Add in a nice Sauv. Blanc, and meal was great.
     


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    ribeye [​IMG]
     


  13. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    No pics, but I made a couple burgers with some ground chuck from the store, coarsely diced red onions, sea salt, oregano, and olive oil. put on some sandwich buns & some mild cheddar. cooked medium well. Methinks it was good. A buddy of mine agreed. Some for tomorrow as well. Yum.

    edit: I'm a little drunk, if some part of the above doesn't make any sense.
     


  14. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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  15. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    Looks like cucumbers to me. [​IMG]
     


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