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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. mgm9128

    mgm9128 Senior member

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    What? King oysters are very dense mushrooms. I first braised them, and then sautéed.

    That is a lovely serving platter, by the way.
     


  2. binge

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    fcoj, following you guise....

    Cod with compote of tomato, shallot, garlic and caper with fresh chopped parsley, dill and tarragon. Roasted a potato because I had one.
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  3. Rambo

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    I'M IN MIAMI, BITCH
    

    You've got to be fucking kidding me.


    That's a handsome looking meal Binge.
     


  4. mgm9128

    mgm9128 Senior member

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    No, I'm not. Scoring enabled them to absorb more flavor, especially since they were cooked in a braising liquid. I didn't score a few and tasted the difference.
     


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    I don't know Max....
     


  6. sonick

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    Is that the culinary equivalent of bro-science?
     


  7. Cary Grant

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    Clockwise from left:

    Dry Salami - local from a friend; testing it out for him
    Morbier
    Shepherd's Hope - local ripened, raw milk
    Honey from our hives
    King of The Dolomites
    Medjool Dates & Cherries
     


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    You're an idiot.

    Chicken.
     


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    You have your own hives and make your own honey?! That's awesome!
     


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    Beijing duck
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    More duck parts
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    Fish
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  12. Cary Grant

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    Thanks- yup. Wife is the beekeeper though I may take it on next season while she is finishing her doctorate.

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    That is so cool! If you have time, a pictorial about beekeeping would be really appreciated.

    Here are some pics from a recent trip to Kyoto:


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    This was excellent...passion fruit and small baba au rhum with rosemary whipped cream.

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    This was the best "tendon" I have ever had. Amazing texture and taste.
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    Nice. One of my good friends had bees this year and I was going to get some honey from her but a bear attacked her hives and destroyed them.

    That might just be the best excuse ever.
     


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    Ha! Yeah- bears are a problem. Not where we live though there was one in the neighborhood a few years back. About five miles north the equipment supplier we use had a bear go through two waves of electric fence then tried to beat down a steel door. :slayer:

    Alter- that looks AWESOME. Nice pics.
     


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