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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. gomestar

    gomestar Senior member

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    last night at Bar Boulud:

    Head Cheese
    Oil poached cod w/ aioli and vegetables
    pasta w/ a lamb sauce
    cookies
    lots of wine
     
  2. Yo-han

    Yo-han Senior member

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    from sat, Charred scallops with panchetta, capers, tomato, pistou and marinated mozzarella. Steak tartare rolled in sesame seeds with soyfried mushrooms and tat soi. 350g bbq-glazed ribeye entrecôte with sherry gravy, some special "home made" katchup that was fantastic and bearnaise.

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    today, three variantions of piglet, soured cabbage and cider sauce, very good
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    also had a bunch of ipas, some good but also trÃed a bottle of brewdog tokyo (no vis), will not try again.
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  3. SField

    SField Senior member

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    I don't get the naan comparison either. Completely different breads.

    It was like a sort of gummy type of pancake. Not good.
     
  4. Nil

    Nil Senior member

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    It was like a sort of gummy type of pancake. Not good.
    Ok, that's a better description of it than naan. [​IMG] I still like it though.
     
  5. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    Going to grill some home made Italian fennel and caraway seed sausages with some home made coleslaw.
     
  6. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    are those sausages, man? do you did sausages in cheese? that's what I was missing in fondue!
    Yep! Bread dripping with cheese, wrapped around sausages that are dripping with cheese. So good!
     
  7. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    Going to grill some home made Italian fennel and caraway seed sausages with some home made coleslaw.

    What's your slaw recipe, Pio? Creamy or vinegar-y?
     
  8. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    What's your slaw recipe, Pio? Creamy or vinegar-y?

    Mayo, white vinegar, Splenda, celery seeds, salt, Rooster sauce, toasted almonds, cummin. I just sort of play around.
     
  9. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    Had meatloaf made with Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout and that was doused in a Guiness based gravy at a local British Pub. Quite tasty. Washed it down with a SS Oatmeal Stout.
     
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  11. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    By the spoonfull or did you eat out of the bag like a Great Dane?
     
  12. Kajak

    Kajak Senior member

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    I mean, where I come from back home, BBQ is the local food, and all the bread everywhere sucks anyway, but it really is wal mart white bread that costs like 75 cents a loaf. That stuff sucks. Same idea as a craft burger, a nice bun would elevate that shit to a new level. /rant off

    I like the contrast of tangy/smokey BBQ (which, lets be honest, still has some chew to it, even when its amazingly tender) and a sweet, soft bun.

    OTOH I just despise crusty buns. Breads I love, but when you try to eat it as a sandwich, it lacks certain engineering traits that make it desirable. (Notably, the bun will have a DRASTICALLY different texture than the filling, which will result in unfortunate squishing).

    Also I will have pulled pork tonight, homemade in an oven because I don't own a BBQ. [​IMG]
     
  13. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    By the spoonfull or did you eat out of the bag like a Great Dane?

    As it was part of a list of ingredients for a dish, wtf do you think? If you want to get back into insulting each other, not only am I fucking game, I'm very good at it and won't be pulling punches this time around. Step off or be ready for the nasty side of Piob.
     
  14. mm84321

    mm84321 Senior member

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    Don't want to get in the middle of anything, but I believe that Rambo's jab was aimed towards kwilkinson.
     
  15. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    Don't want to get in the middle of anything, but I believe that Rambo's jab was aimed towards kwilkinson.

    Kwilk was chuckling at my use of Splenda.

    I do not want to mess up enjoyable threads but I've had enough of his constant jabs at me and am about to end it.
     
  16. indesertum

    indesertum Senior member

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    ^since we're on sf a fit battle would be appropriate.
     
  17. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I know these are difficult times Alter but I just can't get behind the idea of dipping shrimps in a hot cheese fondue.
     
  18. mm84321

    mm84321 Senior member

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    ^since we're on sf a fit battle would be appropriate.
    Being in the Social Life, Food & Drink sub-forum, I think a foie throwdown would be more apropos.
     
  19. indesertum

    indesertum Senior member

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    or a mis en place battle
     
  20. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    Being in the Social Life, Food & Drink sub-forum, I think a foie throwdown would be more apropos.

    or a mis en place battle

    I would be more up to a foie battle but I could do meez too.
     

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