What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. Tyto

    Tyto Senior member

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    My wife's lasagna. A favorite of mine.
     
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    I'm in Sao Paulo, I went to a great brazilian grill place, a little upscale, where they come to your table with meat scewers and cut meat at your table. a little beans and rice, some very nice fruit. fantastic.
     
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    Medium rare sirloin steak, salt and pepper, approximately 8oz

    Bacon, applewood smoked, no nitrites, crispy, approximately 12oz.

    Tang, orange, strong. Approximately 32 oz.

    Dude, 3/4 pound of bacon? Holy crap that's macho.
     
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    I'm in Sao Paulo, I went to a great brazilian grill place, a little upscale, where they come to your table with meat scewers and cut meat at your table. a little beans and rice, some very nice fruit. fantastic.

    Fogo De Chao?

    Otherwise you should check that place out if your ever in DC.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Tang, orange, strong. Approximately 32 oz.


    Sweet! Is Tang still regularly available in supermarkets? My brother and I loved Tang when we were growing up. I have not had it in, probably, 25 years or so.
     
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    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Dude, 3/4 pound of bacon? Holy crap that's macho.

    3/4 of a pound is nothing. It was a light dinner.

    Sweet! Is Tang still regularly available in supermarkets? My brother and I loved Tang when we were growing up. I have not had it in, probably, 25 years or so.

    Tang is still readily available in MY grocery store, but I buy it at Costco instead in the 4lb 5oz can. I drink a lot of Tang.
     
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    Pan-roasted new potatoes.
    Mixed Veg.
    Cheese course.
    Black Forest Cake (with cherries from my tree).
     
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    Had a big, fantastic lunch on the company dime, so I went light - a fruit smoothie and a scone. More of a tea, really, but it def hit the spot...
     
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    Had a big, fantastic lunch on the company dime, so I went light - a fruit smoothie and a scone. More of a tea, really, but it def hit the spot...

    What was the lunch?

    Right now, my wife is preparing some Shabu Shabu [​IMG] I just made the sesame sauce: grind sesame seeds, add some sesame paste, miso, soya sauce, mirin, vinegar.
     
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    Potato gnocchi with braised veal.
    Chevre crusted rack of lamb, port wine, and mustard glaze.
    Peanut-butter ice cream sandwiched between Chocolate coated spongecakes.


    Alter, you lucky bastard. I've had Shabu Shabu once in my life and it is definitely in my top 10 meals ever.
     
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    Garlic Lover's Medallions & Shrimp
     
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    Potato gnocchi with braised veal.
    Chevre crusted rack of lamb, port wine, and mustard glaze.
    Peanut-butter ice cream sandwiched between Chocolate coated spongecakes.


    Alter, you lucky bastard. I've had Shabu Shabu once in my life and it is definitely in my top 10 meals ever.


    The Shabu Shabu was indeed delicious. The trick is to have excellent beef and since i live in Kobe...[​IMG]


    But that gnocchi and rack of lamb sound outstanding as well. I like it the lamb.
     
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    Flying fish roe sushi
    Tempura soft shell crab rolls
    Tonkatsu
    A few Asahi and a few Tiger beers
     
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    A big bowl of dry-braised string beans with lots of red pepper, pretzel bread and part of a leftover quesadilla. Lemonade mixed with pomegranate juice.
     
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    3/4 of a pound is nothing. It was a light dinner.



    Tang is still readily available in MY grocery store, but I buy it at Costco instead in the 4lb 5oz can. I drink a lot of Tang.


    Always orange? I remember when they came out with the grape version - my brother and I were seriously stoked.
     

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