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Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.
With vegetables and with lobster and turnips.
thanks a lot. will try soon.
A couple dishes from Yakiniku night with the family. :
Yukke, which is raw beef mixed with a sweet soy sauce and raw egg. It was one of the best versions I have had.
Sirloin. Also excellent....no pics of it cooked but they recommended to eat it rare, which we did.
^ mmmm raw meat, saves on their electricity bill while convincing the customer its a "delicacy"
Yeah...would have been way better slathered in BBQ sauce.
What was that show someone was talking about in this forum? With the chefs that talk about their food and inspiration. Someone said it was available on Netflix....can't find the post nor do I remember the chefs that were featured.
Wait, you just ate a raw steak? Is that wagyu or some shit? I've seen eating tartare but never a whole steak before. Although, now that I think about it, I suppose its all the same thing really.
The bottom one, the whole steak, was cooked over charcoal...but I didn't get a picture.
inventing cuisine, but it's not available on netflix instant.
Past few days:
Home made Beignets
BBQ steak and cheese and mushroom ravioli from the local Farmer's Market along with a fresh green salad. I just add a bit of olive oil and parmesan cheese on the ravioli.
Poached Shrimp, Chilled Coconut, Lemongrass Foam.
Tomato Sorbet, Salad, Coulis; Basil Oil.
Black Cod with Miso, Braised Bok Choy, Yuzu Sauce.
Tomme Crayeuse, Honey Glazed Fig, Raspberry Coulis.
your food's been looking alot better recently. what are those diamonds in the shrimp dish?
Dragon fruit with lime.
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