Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.
That reminds me, Matt, have you guys tried the chicken skin? I was curious what that was like
Minibar at Cafe Atlantico?
i've only had good experiences at jose's places. i've also heard really good things about a friend's restaurant, called "Central" (you have to say it with a french accent). haven't been back to dc since it opened, so i haven't eaten there yet.
Central is awesome. Love it. Citronelle is still best in DC, IMO.
The females I have cooked for are either vegetarians or only eat fish. So there aren't a lot of bones to work with on the plate, unfortunately.
I think it looks nice standing, and I only lay down shanks when they can't stand upright. It really depends on the shank. Whether it is from the front or back, and the distribution of meat that will cause it to tip if you try standing it. When I find shanks that stand, I like to stand them. As was the case here.
I've done practically the same dish (onions except cauliflower) sitting. But that is only because I was unable to get it to stand (ha ha).
I think it makes more of an impact in the upright position, phallic innuendo or not.
yeah, i've had some of my best-ever meals there. guy is really underappreciated, i think.
At the chicken place? yeah. i prefer the butts to the skin, but the skin is good.
Anyone want to proofread my thesis?
That would be a great title and cover art for a cookbook, though.
excellent, knew i could count more on this thread !
a lot of bourgeois cooking from guys that think they're the shit on this thread.
who are you again?
The proletariat I presume.
People that dislike pigs ears are not my kind of people, WTF!
He'd know about cooking Bourgeois, then.
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