Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.
Nice tip. Did you offer them complimentary cockmeat sandwiches?
Hey, don't be dissing the job creators here. If they went around throwing money around, how would they create jobs.
Also, it's not their fault Kyle has a low paying job. You don't like what you job pays? Get another job. It's America. Fuck you.
The pompano looks delicious.
AMERIKAAAH FUCK YEAH!!!
Hey Mordechai, where did you get the fish and how was it?
i did this once, didn't look half as good as that though.. very nice
Thanks all. Baron, I got them at Seafood City on Vermont (cost less than $5 for 6). Had them clean and scale the fish there. The only prep I did was to remove the eyes, salt a good amount inside and out, rub both sides with olive oil and toss them on the grill (tail furthest from the heat) for about 2 or 3 minutes a side. Garnished with green onion, parsley, lemon and fresh ground pepper. It was really fun to pick them apart. Don't know why I don't do this more.
Sweet P's in Knoxville. Not terribly impressed.
Mushroom and Toasted Sourdough Soup
Slow-Roasted Onion, "Licorice" Powder.
Monkfish Poached in Black Olive Oil with Mustard Greens.
Keep the overt political shit in the CE!
Flu is still lingering. I grilled one steak, cut off a bit for me, and gave Mrs. Piob the rest. Didn't feel like making anything to go with so Mrs. Piob had rice with hers and was happy as could be.
mgm - that all looks REALLY good
I have never, ever, seen onion skin on a plate. Until now.
I used to have a number of fiddler crabs as pets when I was a child. They looked just like that when they molted.
The monkfish looks well cooked, but the presentation completely misses the point.
Pumpkin & basil soup with foam (thanks Matt) and Moroccan braised chicken drumsticks with chickpeas
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