What did you eat last night for dinner?

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

  1. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    that's not even close to a smiley face. you're slipping b1os.
     


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    I was gonna ask where the asparagus is...
     


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    What's that matt? This looks like canneloni or filled pancakes/pastry or so. Filled with something green, maybe spinach? The sauce? Olive oil and balsamico or some other brown sauce?! Details please.
     
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    It's a cannelloni stuffed with sauteed spinach and salad greens, and a bit of parmesan. On the bottom are sauteed greens, sauteed artichoke and the sauce is chicken gravy.
     


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    Destination weddings solve many problems. Ours was out of town, too.


    To be DTO'd in a vegetarian fashion in my kitchen soon.
     


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    Who splooged on your canelloni bro?
     


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    what, you don't have an extruder?
     


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    Bunch of stuff on the teppan:

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    Chicken gizzards:

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    Sushi with eel and shrimp...a local specialty:
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    This was excellent...slices of ham stuffed with potato salad, then breaded and deep fried. Japanese ghetto food, as impolyt would call it:

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    That just sounds tasty - ham stuffed with potato salad and deep fried.
     


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    +1

    My kinda eatin'
     


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    I am in Southern Brazil, after a week in South Africa, so I have been eating some serous beef and red meat all week. the meat in South africa is very good, grass fed and fresh, cooked very simply on the grill with no seasoning and then a sauce on the side. to be frank, that is less my thing.

    went to a fantastic brazilians steak house last night, Port Alegre is supposed to be where the rodizio thing started, it's in the brazilian pampas, so they take the meat seriously here. over the years, I've also figured out waht cuts I like best, so I focus on those. they have a lof of fatty pieces taht have been slow cooked for hours over the fame but pretty high off of the flame, so they are falling appart with tenderness. I haven't had a startch in 10 days, I think.
     


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    I love grass fed beef but I think there aren't very many of us who do.
     


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