What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. whallyden

    whallyden Senior member

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    Dinner at Joe's:

    Seafood Bisque

    Conch Fritters

    Sweet Potato Fries

    Creamed Spinach

    Stone Crab Claws

    Key Lime Pie
     
  2. DNW

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    Dinner at Joe's:

    Seafood Bisque

    Conch Fritters

    Sweet Potato Fries

    Creamed Spinach

    Stone Crab Claws

    Key Lime Pie


    [​IMG] I love Joe's.

    Made chicken noodle soup tonight 'cause my gf wasn't feeling very well.
     
  3. Connemara

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

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    Good idea. [​IMG]
    Oh my fucking god. I started salivating instantly when I saw that. That bun is PHENOMENAL.
     
  4. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    Oh my fucking god. I started salivating instantly when I saw that.

    That bun is PHENOMENAL.


    Yeah, not sure about the patty as I like mine charred on the outside and I would prefer chedder but the bacon looks sick!!! and the bun is quite nice.
     
  5. Connemara

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    Yeah, not sure about the patty as I like mine charred on the outside and I would prefer chedder but the bacon looks sick!!! and the bun is quite nice.
    Cheddar really sets a burger apart from its American cheese slathered counterparts. Charred is nice too.
     
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    I made "coca-cola pork chops", very easy and yummy.
     
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    Cheddar really sets a burger apart from its American cheese slathered counterparts. Charred is nice too.

    The cheese was definitely a weak point. It was some sort of Cabot light cheddar. I'll be upgrading next time I make burgers.

    The bun is a whole wheat bun from Whole Foods. In order to counteract some of the health benefits of the bun, I cooked the bacon first, then cooked the burger in the leftover grease (well, I did drain it first.) I also "toasted" the bun in there.
     
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    "coca-cola pork chops"
    ? Please elaborate...are they marinated in coke?
     
  9. ts4them

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    You just mix 1 cup coke and 1 cup ketchup(eeek!) in a separate bowl and then pour over pork chops in a baking dish, put in at 350 for 45-60 mins. You don't have to marinade it. It sounds very white trash, but it's actually very tasty. The recipe called to sprinkle with dark brown sugar, but I knew that would be too sweet for me.
     
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    brown rice, wok'd up some garlic shrimp with sea salt and fresh black pepper, and some corn.
     
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    Leftover beef stew from a basic Ina Garten recipe--the only thing really separating it from my usual beef stew is marinating the chuck overnight in wine with smashed garlic cloves and bay leaves. The marinade, combined with chicken stock (not homemade, sorry Ina) becomes the broth.
     
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    Dmax Senior member

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    Good looking burger.


    Had company over last night so made:

    Rabbit in mustard and thyme sauce

    Monkfish in Basque peper sauce

    oven roasted vegetables

    Accompanied by Stone Vertical Epic Ale 07, Corsendork Christmass Ale and Victory StormKing Stout.
     
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    Made shrimp and potato curry last night. Last minute urge. It was good, but I mistook one of the curry bags and put too much of the hot stuff in--our mouths were on fiiiire.
     
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    That hamburger might be nice with mushrooms.
     
  15. Connemara

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    I think I'm going to eat about 20 hardshell tacos tonight.
     

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