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Old 09-12-2011, 08:39 PM   #31
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Sounds really tasty
It's delicious, although it's a little sweet. I think next time we will ease up on the OJ a bit.
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:40 PM   #32
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Fuck, yes I did! Sorry ! For me the rolls at Tony lukes kickass, and yes, i hate the wait, but the few times I was there, the steaks shone... Almost enough to make the wait and the detour worth it. Still, given my druthers, I head for pats.
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:47 PM   #33
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Tonight, Lake Erie Yellow Perch, fried in a beer batter - White Sweet Corn - Baked Beans - Biscuits - and Peach Cobbler for desert.
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:51 PM   #34
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Fuck, yes I did! Sorry ! For me the rolls at Tony lukes kickass, and yes, i hate the wait, but the few times I was there, the steaks shone... Almost enough to make the wait and the detour worth it. Still, given my druthers, I head for pats.
The rolls were great. And the menu is extensive. Next time I go, I get that roast pork sandwich or my favorite PA sandwich, the elusive Chicken Cheesesteak Hoagie.
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:54 PM   #35
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Bean Hotpot: three types of beans (bortolli, Cannellini and red kidney) with celery, chard, carrot, tomato, capsicum and chilli.
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Old 09-12-2011, 09:09 PM   #36
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Bean Hotpot: three types of beans (bortolli, Cannellini and red kidney) with celery, chard, carrot, tomato, capsicum and chilli.
Sounds damn good. I may just make that this week. You just throw it in a crock pot?
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Old 09-12-2011, 10:23 PM   #37
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Simple supper tonight, as we attended the neighborhood home owners' meeting and I'm off for Lakewood, CO for a conference at Oh-dark-thirty.

Grilled cheese sammiches: Gruyere and Havarti on wheat bread.
Fresh veg from the garden: peppers, carrots, and radishes.
Rainer Beer pounders.

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Old 09-12-2011, 10:33 PM   #38
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I am making dhal, served with yogurt and flat bread.
I have just ordered Pizza. I am in a lazy mood

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It's delicious, although it's a little sweet. I think next time we will ease up on the OJ a bit.
It is easy to go overboard with citrus.
I think I might make this dish sometime this week.
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Old 09-12-2011, 10:35 PM   #39
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Soft shell blue crab
Angel hair pasta with fresh pesto
Bi-color corn on the cob
Dessert = sliced nectarines, blackberries, blueberries and fresh figs with vanilla/honey yogurt sprinkled with vanilla sugar.
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Old 09-12-2011, 10:48 PM   #40
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Went to watch the Pats beat Miami and had a pot luck dinner.
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Old 09-12-2011, 11:22 PM   #41
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For dinner tonight I had:

roast beef with a bit of Montreal steak spice on it.
turnip with some sea salt and pepper.
beets with a bit of butter and balsamic vinegar
green beans with a bit of butter and a pinch of salt.

The veggies are from my garden, so they didn't need an awful lot of seasoning.

I had water to drink. No desert.

I usually plan a week ahead sometimes 2 weeks ahead.

Yesterday we had drunk chicken potato salad fresh tomato salad and a green lettuce salad- again, everything but the chicken from the garden.

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Old 09-12-2011, 11:56 PM   #42
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Sounds damn good. I may just make that this week. You just throw it in a crock pot?
I just put it in a large pan (deep dish) and start with the things that will reduce and carmelise (carrots, onions, chilli, capsicum) then add the rest, and some water, then let the water reduce to a level I'm happy with.

Don't fear adding some salt!
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Old 09-13-2011, 12:46 AM   #43
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Started with tortilla chips with an edamame puree in a tomatillo salsa.
Seared Ahi buschetta with micro greens, harvest tomatoes and edamame puree on flax seed bread.
Shrimp and corn chowder.
Four kinds of hummus with various breads and chips (olives, greens, etc.).
Spicy seafood bouillabaisse (crab, Ahi, shrimp, muscles, scallops, flat noodles, tomatoes, porcini mushrooms in a spicy tomato based broth).
Chocolate creme brle.
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Started with tortilla chips with an edamame puree in a tomatillo salsa.
Seared Ahi buschetta with micro greens, harvest tomatoes and edamame puree on flax seed bread.
Shrimp and corn chowder.
Four kinds of hummus with various breads and chips (olives, greens, etc.).
Spicy seafood bouillabaisse (crab, Ahi, shrimp, muscles, scallops, flat noodles, tomatoes, porcini mushrooms in a spicy tomato based broth).
Chocolate creme brle.
Sounds tasty, though only one of the six things you mentioned is "Mediterranean Cuisine" (two if we want to count Southern France, which most folks don't, even though it's obviously on the Mediterranean)
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Old 09-13-2011, 02:05 AM   #45
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Sounds tasty, though only one of the six things you mentioned is "Mediterranean Cuisine" (two if we want to count Southern France, which most folks don't, even though it's obviously on the Mediterranean)
Agreed. It wasn't what we expected, but it was still a good dinner. Food here (even at the nicest places) is generally lacking compared to Chicago/San Fran/New York. It's more like DC/Boston level cuisine. To get a good meal itself is a victory.
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Spicy seafood bouillabaisse (crab, Ahi, shrimp, muscles, scallops, flat noodles, tomatoes, porcini mushrooms in a spicy tomato based broth).
Oh my that sounds orgasmic.

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Agreed. It wasn't what we expected, but it was still a good dinner. Food here (even at the nicest places) is generally lacking compared to Chicago/San Fran/New York. It's more like DC/Boston level cuisine. To get a good meal itself is a victory.
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Old 09-13-2011, 09:48 AM   #47
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Tonight, probably energy drink and Kettle Chips. Followed by scotch.
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Got a couple porterhouses, a couple potatoes to toss on the grill and some storebought cream cheese and spinach stuffed portobellos I wanna try. Grilling season here's coming to a close and I've been on a pretty strict diet for a couple months so I'm gonna indulge myself tonight
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Kettle chips man, CHIPS!!

But sure, what flavor energy drinks and scotch too, while we're at it?
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Old 09-13-2011, 12:38 PM   #52
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Sounds tasty, though only one of the six things you mentioned is "Mediterranean Cuisine" (two if we want to count Southern France, which most folks don't, even though it's obviously on the Mediterranean)
wut?
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My first post was that I was going out for Mediterranean. Turned out differently than either of us expected.

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I thought he was referring to the Mediterranean part.
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I was referring to both actually. I wonder when Southern France stopped being Mediterranean.
Marseille has been one of the main Mediterranean cities for over 2 milleniums.
I'm not too sure what Kashue meant though, hence the wut.
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I was referring to both actually. I wonder when Southern France stopped being Mediterranean.
Marseille has been one of the main Mediterranean cities for over 2 milleniums.
I'm not too sure what Kashue meant though, hence the wut.
For better or worse, in the US, when we talk about Meditteranean food, we generally mean kabobs, falafel, schwarma, etc.
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I was referring to both actually. I wonder when Southern France stopped being Mediterranean.
Marseille has been one of the main Mediterranean cities for over 2 milleniums.
I'm not too sure what Kashue meant though, hence the wut.
You realize this is going to turn into a 26 page debate now, right?
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I was referring to both actually. I wonder when Southern France stopped being Mediterranean.
Marseille has been one of the main Mediterranean cities for over 2 milleniums.
I'm not too sure what Kashue meant though, hence the wut.
KK maybe meant the Mediterranean diet...

The Mediterranean diet emphasizes:

* Getting plenty of exercise
* Eating primarily plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts
* Replacing butter with healthy fats such as olive oil and canola oil
* Using herbs and spices instead of salt to flavor foods
* Limiting red meat to no more than a few times a month
* Eating fish and poultry at least twice a week
* Drinking red wine in moderation (optional)

The diet also recognizes the importance of enjoying meals with family and friends.


I attempt to eat this way, but fail miserably at the "Drinking red wine in moderation" part
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Last night, a Thai/Vietnamese-ish pork & rice noodle salad. The pork marinated in a spicy goo with lots of chile paste and fish sauce, the rice noodles, shredded carrots, matchstick-ed cukes, herbs and some Thai leafy vegetables that we buy at the farmer's market from, believe it or not, the Thai woman who has a local farm. Dressed with a spicy chile and fish sauce dressing.

Tonight, "cheese dinner". Assortment of nice cheeses, locally crafted bread, dry salami, olives, summer pickles, hot pepper jelly, chutney, crackers, etc. washed down with either a nice bottle of wine or some Belgian beers, haven't decided yet.
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