Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Fabienne, Jan 31, 2005.
Made 2 different red mullet dishes tonight, both different styles.
First, "Fish and Chips":
Satisfying. Garlic and parsley work well with the mullet.
Second, I cut open and boned the fish, then stuffed it with herbs and a slice of orange. Pan-fried in olive oil and served it with a simple salad and a vinaigrette. I thought this preparation really let the great flavors of the fish come through. And I think orange works well with Rouget.
Really not a bad meal for a little over 8 bucks.
The second one looks nice. First one looks weird.
What are you doing with all this skill MM? Have you found a rich broad to take you in yet? You applied to the CIA?
Weird? It looks a lot of things, but weird is not one of them. It is about as normal as you can get.
Good questions, Rambo. I will be sure to let you know when I have the answers.
It does not look like it would be served at a PF Chang's, thus, it is not "normal". Your move, sir.
That is a very "Rambo" answer. You and I seem to have more in common than I would have guessed. Interesting...
I had something you would have recognized as food for dinner tonight. You should have come by.
He's rich too, could have caught a last minute first class flight.
A childhood friend of mine was a carpenter for a time and did some work at Bren's house. An art appraiser was there one day and was walking around dumbfounded at the quality of the collection - apparently one of the great privately held collections of it's kind (modern?) in the world.
I would love nothing more than to compliment your wife on her cooking skills. The photos of her meals have been quite extraordinary.
MY TRIP WAS FREE FOR FUCKS SAKE. I AM A POOR.
just ate a baguette with some salami and cheese, 6am beer drinking snack. Bakery has a weird unfortunate name:
Happy hour at Grand Luxe Cafe tonight - sliders, taquitos, and quesadillas.
Yesterday - happy hour at Grand Luxe Cafe - wings and fried shimpy things.
Grand Luxe, really? That's the Cheesecake Factory's slightly hotter, but still ugly, sister.
Where you are at tonight is much better.
I've never heard of the Grande Luxe Cafe. Though, I'll admit that the shrimp and bacon club at The Cheesecake Factory is totally worth any shame involved in dining there.
Tonight was great - they were having a HUGE IT company party there and I gate crashed it. Grouper, steak, indian food (SO MANY INDIANS), AND FREE DRINKS. Then we saw a fashion show with a bunch of hot models.
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