What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. Bouji

    Bouji Senior member

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    Even Iberico?
     


  2. kwilkinson

    kwilkinson Having a Ball

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    Croques-Monsiuer is the shit.
     


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    Strawberry spinach salad *with sunflower seeds*
    mango and grapefruit for desert
     


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    Broiled Salmon filet with maple-soy glaze and an immoderate amount of cracked black pepper.

    Steamed snow peas tossed with olive oil and sea salt
     


  5. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    I made the mistake of getting french onion soup and then a croque monsieur...waaaaaaay to much cheeeeeze.
     


  6. Connemara

    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    Broiled Salmon filet with maple-soy glaze and an immoderate amount of cracked black pepper. Steamed snow peas tossed with olive oil and sea salt
    That sounds really good. Cracked pepper goes well with anything. I love it with mac and cheese. [​IMG]
     


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    ts4them, could you link to or sum up that mushroom soup recipe? It sounds pretty ridiculous and I'd like to give it a try!
    It was so amazing, the sherry really sets it off. I was cooking for a vegetarian so I substituted mushroom broth for the chicken broth.
    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/231145

    RE: eating rabbit, I personally love it, but it's not readily available to cook or even on many menus- at the finer french places mostly. I also think most Americans feel like shoreman- they don't like the idea of eating bunnies. To that I say "If I'm going to wear a full-length white rabbit-fur coat, it's my duty to eat the bunny as well."
     


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    I like me some casserole de lapin just fine, but I know other people get grossed out by bunny bones.
     


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    I made the mistake of getting french onion soup and then a croque monsieur...waaaaaaay to much cheeeeeze.

    Too much cheese? Surely you jest! That's like saying, "too much bacon" ... [​IMG]
     


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    Too much cheese? Surely you jest! That's like saying, "too much bacon" ... [​IMG]

    After the "too much cheese?" after "'too much bacon'" I saw the Ont.. Makes perfect sense now.

    I'd also like to add that "too much gravy?" is equally ridiculous.
     


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    Mixed chicken parts, kielbasa, onions and red peppers braised in a spicy corn puree.

    Crusty bread

    Columbia Valley Riesling
     


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    I broiled t-bone steaks that I brushed with a parsley butter, cracked blk ppr, and kosher salt. Had a mixed green salad with goddess dressing(not green goddess),which I'm becoming addicted to. I will sometimes eat a spoonful of it when I'm looking for something in the fridge.
     


  13. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    After the "too much cheese?" after "'too much bacon'" I saw the Ont.. Makes perfect sense now.

    I'd also like to add that "too much gravy?" is equally ridiculous.


    Well I drank a ice cold soda after, it hardened in my stomach and turned into a baseball size hardened cheese shit ball.
     


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    eg1 Senior member

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    After the "too much cheese?" after "'too much bacon'" I saw the Ont.. Makes perfect sense now.

    I'd also like to add that "too much gravy?" is equally ridiculous.


    Quebecois, then? [​IMG]
     


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    Quebecois, then? [​IMG]

    Quebecoise, mais non.
     


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