What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. breakfasteatre

    breakfasteatre Senior member

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    I had collard greens + caramelized onions to start

    and then a buttery ribeye and greenbeans

    ribeye was 6 bucks, is probably like 15 oz, and is delicious. I was very surprised as i usually get angus and this was comparable
     


  2. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    The real question is: where do I get me some goose fat? Pork fat is abundant, duck fat isn't hard to come buy, but I've no idea where goose fat can be had. Do you actually roast geese regularly so you can save the drippings?

    I think you can get goose fat in the frozen/refrigerated section of most upscale markets or gourment shops. I buy it from Surfa's. I can ride my bike there, but since that's probably not an option for you you might try www.surfasonline.com.
     


  3. Manton

    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    Short ribs braised in home-made veal stock and wine. Carrots and swiss chard. Whipped yukon gold potatoes.

    And an amazing $26 2000 St. Emilion that my local plonk liquor store managed to find, I know not how.
     


  4. breakfasteatre

    breakfasteatre Senior member

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    I think you can get goose fat in the frozen/refrigerated section of most upscale markets or gourment shops. I buy it from Surfa's. I can ride my bike there, but since that's probably not an option for you you might try www.surfasonline.com.

    i also wouldnt mind killing a couple of these pests and getting some drippings for you....
     


  5. DNW

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    i also wouldnt mind killing a couple of these pests and getting some drippings for you....

    You have my blessings.
     


  6. Connemara

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    Philly cheese steak Nathan's hot dog French fries Canteloupe and watermeloonm Cranberry juice/water Few nibbles of cherry pie. I eat too much [​IMG]
     


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    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    General Tso's tofu -- probably the best tofu I've ever had. The sauce was so brown and rich, not sickeningly sweet like most General Tso's.
     


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    I went to Mishima on Third Street and had a soft shell crab salad, and curry don. The salad was great but the curry don was a bit heavy for my taste. It was good though.
     


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    Chicken & potatoes curry.
     


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    Pastasalad with green pees, corn, bacon, tuna and shrimp.
     


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    I've been dying for a steak, so tonight:

    Medium-rare NY strip, about 1.5" thick, in a mushroom merlot sauce; mashed potatoes; garlicky asparagus (absolutely A+ quality asparagus, best I've had).

    My stomach is definitely working overtime right now. Food comma in full force.
     


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    Went to Benjarong again last night. [​IMG] . Had appetizer number 5, and then entree number 47. I can't pronounce the names.
     


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    A Maryland delight: Crab cakes!
     


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    Made a huge pot of minestrone. Big chunk of french bread.
     


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    Terribly boring dinner. Turkey, lettuce, tomato, oil & vinegar, American cheese in a wheat wrap. Few french fries, few nibbles of cream of chicken soup.
     


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