What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. foodguy

    foodguy Senior member

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    hmmm, interesting. those are personal recommendations generated by a very specific algorithm.
     


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    :laugh:

    thanks, Dumb Treads!
     


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    Last night we went out for sushi. Had a yam roll (which is always delicious), some vegetable maki, a couple pieces of avocado nigiri and a slightly different presentation of egg (which I will definitely be getting again).

    Tonight I decided to try and make something out of whatever I could find in the garden, so we're having swiss chard sauteed with a bit of garlic, fried squash blossoms (some plain, a couple with chevre and herbs that looked good), maybe something to use a few of the hungarian wax peppers I picked, and Gardein done like chicken picatta. It should be interesting, since my wife usually doesn't care for Gardein, but requested that I attempt to make it in a way that she'd enjoy. Lately she's been really loving some of the white wine/citrus dishes I've done with seafood for her (I usually make myself something with tofu or Gardein and then scallops or fish for her), so I thought that might do the trick. Probably going to use a little extra batter from the blossoms to coat the cutlets for a little crispness. Not sure if we'll have any wine, since she's not a big drinker and we're hitting a local watering hole later.
     


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    Pilot Senior member

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    Going to Rendezvous tonight in Memphis. Don't know if I'll be getting the famous dry rub ribs, more of a wet man myself.
     


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    my mac is telling me that it is 93 over here (NY) feels like i'm in a oven. tomorrow is meant to be 100!!!!!!!
     


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    erictheobscure Senior member

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    It's days like this that make me wonder why I ever left L.A. (Although I did grow up in the Valley, where it can reach 105-110 this time of year.)
     


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    foodguy Senior member

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    you know guys, last night when i got home and sat on the front porch with my campari to watch the sun set in the palm trees, i had to put on a sweater. that darned cool sea breeze. it was like someone turned the AC all the way up!
    i just hate that.
     


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    erictheobscure Senior member

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    The classic East Coast riposte: but you're missing the joy of having four seasons!

    (F'in bollocks.)
     


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    mordecai Immoderator

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    where'd you go to high school?
     


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    Granada Hills. Just like John Elway and, uhh, the guy who played Freddy in Nightmare on Elm Street.
     


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    I went to North Hollywood. Fuck you guys and your pools.

    My mom is an LAUSD teacher so if a Granada administrator gets diarrhea I get an email from her claiming it as proof of the practical failure and ethical bankruptcy of the charter programs.
     


  12. erictheobscure

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    Pools? I don't even remember having pools. Granada Hills went charter after I graduated.

    I grew up in North Hollywood--in a roach-infested apartment on Saticoy and Lankershim! Lived there between the ages of three and ten.
     


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    Damn, that is a fucking disgusting area.
     


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    Way better than I was expecting.

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