What did you eat last night for dinner?

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  1. b1os

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    For lunch some Currywurst.

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    Carbonara. Guanciale was out of stock so I took pancetta. Sardinian one. Very delicious.

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    excellent with the snails.:smarmy:
     
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    Linguine with mangold. Delicous comfort food.
     
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    Uplands Rush Creek Reserve, Jamon Iberco and Sullivan Street bread. So lazy. The last meal I actually cooked was a Gorgonzola Dolce and pistachio risotto. I'm going to have a heart attack in the near future.
     
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    [pretentious restaurant menu]La soupe de tomate, pain de pays et cheddar americain[/pretentious restaurant menu]
     
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    Prosciutto & arugula topped bruschetta, chicken-fried bacon (Yes!), and a sourdough-crusted Mahi-mahi w/ butternut squash puree, grilled brussel sprouts w/ a splash of red chili oil! Delish....
     
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    My own Chili con Carne with some black beans on the side. Spent all day cooking for a dinner party I'm throwing Wed PM. Roasted and ground three different kinds of chiles :slayer:, browned 4 lbs of cubed chuck, the whole bit from scratch using The Best Recipe from Cook's Illustrated. It was pretty good, but it's gonna be even better after a few days in the fridge. Can't wait for Wednesday to drink beer with it.
     
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    A small plate of couscous and steamed Brussels sprouts. My first meal since a violent stomach flu on Saturday.
     
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    Brinjal, potato, tomato and tofu curry served on a bed of basmati rice with cucumber cilantro and garlic yoghurt

    Curry mix heaped tea spoon of turmeric, ts cumin, corainder, chilli, ginger powders, half ts hing,cardamon, amchur and salt

    and tea spoon of tamarind paste

    then wash it down with some alcoholic ginger beer
     
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    tortelli radicchio
    crema catalana
    double Nespresso ristretto
     
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    Spice Market for dinner last night - it was acceptable but failed to impress. At some point my girlfriend said she prefers betelnut in SF which is a damning statement. We're in NY for the week (mainly just here to eat, drink and be merry) and decided that we'd target fine dining for lunch and spend dinner at more social establishments. From that perspective I suppose Spice Market was a good choice as the space is great and the environment really works at night. We had lunch at Jean Georges yesterday which was impeccable as always although the skate was overseasoned and a bit crude - it was coated in pumpkin and sunflower seeds and not as balanced as you would normally expect from JG. We love JG's sauces/broths and were not disappointed.

    Hoping to hit Eleven Madison Park at some point but not sure it's in the cards. Going to Gotham on Friday for lunch which should be nice as I haven't been in years. Tonight we're probably going to go to the Lion unless we can find something better in the next few hours.

    Also - thanks to the cheap eats thread we discovered the meatball shop (went there for our 2am second dinner / fourth meal a few nights ago) and loved everything about it! Probably will be heading back there for a second time before we return to the city by the gay.
     
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    holy shit! what IS that!?
     
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