What did you eat last night for dinner?

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

  1. mordecai

    mordecai Immoderator

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    The circle jerks of mediocrity are worse than excessive criticism.
     
  2. NorCal

    NorCal Senior member

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    I did not know that Monterey had a place in the city. I might have to have a look sometime. I do swing by their place over here, it is conveniently located next to the best produce store in the world and a decent butcher as well. The fish is always amazingly fresh.

    And yes, I have been to ippuku, or at least I think I have. It's been a little while, maybe I'll swing by again, the missus has been needing a night out.


    Wives are off limits. Full stop.

    The best way to show "respect" for good food is to buy it and eat well, not to stroke yourself while making ever more ridiculous creations. Why don't you grow a pair and get out of the house, maybe talk to a real women instead of spending Friday night stroking your fish.
    Arrogant little wank stain.
     
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    Am I the only one that thinks that bowl looks like it would be rich and vibrantly delicious? I'd be very pleased to get that as a guest....
     
  4. NorCal

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    Thanks, it was. And it's a very simple/ quick to make which is vital when you have two kids to feed, one of whom is just a year old and needs pretty constant attention. We had another version a few days earlier with Shiro Maguro and Tombo.
     
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    Nope. First thought was "damn, that looks tasty"
     
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    I think it looks very very good as well
     
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  8. mordecai

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    It's basically the best looking dish I've ever seen posted here.
     
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    Made some ravioli tonight with wonton wrappers. I made the filling by sauteing some zucchini, onions, EVOO and garlic. Has anyone ever done this before? I think it turned out really well.
     
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    Seriously? Even better than the Steatohepatitis of the Duck Liver?
     
  11. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Norcal speaks like a man. Wives are off limits. Full stop.

    The bowl looks tasty.

    Other than that this thread is taking a turn for the worse. Do not let it be driven by a third rate trust fund baby.
     
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    I have a difficult time understanding how anyone could/would defend someone that goes after someone's wife and suggests that she may have Parkinson's as some sort of joke.

    I can't imagine he would say that to a man's face
     
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    You don't have to imagine it because it would never ever happen.
     
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    He was parodying the sort of criticisms thrown at him. He just chose to target a poor innocent. Just like that poor innocent quail he brutalized a few pages back.
     
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    Ramen made from a Korean packet brand. Suprisingly satisfying way to break fast.
     

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