What did you eat last night for dinner?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. gomestar

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    I know close to nothing about baseball despite having been to a handful of Yankees and Mets games over the years.
     
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    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    I know close to nothing about baseball despite having been to a handful of Yankees and Mets games over the years.
    Talk about need to know information.
     
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    also, no football. Or basketball (though March NCAA is fun).
     
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    Yes, I smell it constantly because of a client.
    Kiehl's has an entire line with it. I think it smells weird but apparently its popular.
     
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    So I'm the only one who thinks this looks like a pool of blood?
     
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    So I'm the only one who thinks this looks like a pool of blood?

    No. I was actually going to ask MM why he stabbed that poor fish, but I didn't feel like putting up with the flack from the peanut gallery.
     
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    Can mm please describe what is actually on that plate? I think the sauce looks fine, but I can't figure what is to the left of the fish.
     
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    I thought it looked macabre as well. Would still eat.
     
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    Can mm please describe what is actually on that plate? I think the sauce looks fine, but I can't figure what is to the left of the fish.

    Daikon? Parsnip?
     
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    At least half a king oyster mushroom. The vegetables in front, I don't know.
     
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    At least half a king oyster mushroom. The vegetables in front, I don't know.

    I see kings all the time - what are they like?
     
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    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peanut_gallery

    I would submit that the people putting their stuff out for display on a regular basis are quite the opposite of the peanut gallery.
     
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    Easy to prepare. Subtle flavour. Firm to bite.
     
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    I see kings all the time - what are they like?
    Marginal flavor, tough. If you simmer them, then slice, then sear they can be quite tasty.
     
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    That is a port and sherry vinegar reduction with butter. It came out perfect. I combined the butter without stirring, but by shaking the pan, so it retained a mirror like gloss without becoming cloudy. And those are king oyster mushrooms, not scallops.

    He explained it a few pages back.
     

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