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Friday night we grilled some really nice organic air chilled chicken breasts with a lemon/orange/oregano/parsley/evoo basting sauce. Served with a simple green salad and paired nicely with the 2008 Moreau-Naudet & Fils Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre.

Saturday night we stopped into one of our fav. local spots and shared grilled squid with a caper sauce, grilled langoustines and merguez sausage with couscous. I started with a cocktail and enjoyed the sausage and couscous with a nice glass of 09 cru Beaujolais (didn’t pay attention to the producer).

Last night we made a big batch of chili and cornbread. Both turned out great and Dogfish head 60 was a perfect pairing.
 
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Sesame ginger salmon with quinoa, brown rice and veggies.
 
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Saturday night we stopped into one of our fav. local spots and shared grilled squid with a caper sauce, grilled langoustines and merguez sausage with couscous. I started with a cocktail and enjoyed the sausage and couscous with a nice glass of 09 cru Beaujolais


I gotta ask.......where did you dine?
 
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Tonight we had some poke that my wife made with some Bluefin caught by my brother in Mexican waters recently. Excellent.
 
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Originally posted by GlennK:
Saturday night we stopped into one of our fav. local spots and shared grilled squid with a caper sauce, grilled langoustines and merguez sausage with couscous. I started with a cocktail and enjoyed the sausage and couscous with a nice glass of 09 cru Beaujolais

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I gotta ask.......where did you dine?
 
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Steak tartare, duck confit with a 2008 Belle Glos Taylor Lane PN


Just one more sip.
 
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Wow...pretty impressive dinners. How the hell do you all stay lean and fit? If I ate like this daily I would be twice the size I am now.

Tonight:

Tuna Steak with wasabi cream sauce served over mashed potato. However the potato will be butter free, (on a damn diet) will be using chicken stock as a substitute. Something green to go along with....Krug NV most likely will be the drink of choice.


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Say NO to Shiraz!
 
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dal makhani, kosambri & basmati.

stout.
 
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Aloo chat, tandoori chix, chix tikka chatt masala, coconut basmati
 
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I started making osso bucco, but it will likely be consumed tomorrow.
 
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pate and Epoisses


Just one more sip.
 
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Made a Thai Grilled Beef Salad last night. Loved it, but the Mrs. didn't care for it too much.
 
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3 mini packages of saltines scrounged off a colleague's desk at 11:00 last night.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Had liver and onions last night. Really didn't know what to pair it with, but tried a Rioja...not bad!



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Everyone has to believe in something. I believe I’ll have another glass of wine.
 
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Curry Apricot Chicken


“Appreciating old wine is like making love to a very old lady. It is possible. It can even be enjoyable. But it requires a bit of imagination.”

Andre Tchelistcheff
 
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Italian wedding soup chock full of spinach.
 
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Frog legs la Provencal enjoyed with 2008 Francois Labet Bourgogne Aligote.
 
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beef and potatoes


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At dinner with Allred and our wives last night - London Broil with Jasmine Rice. This was herb marinated flank steak with a Cabernet demi-glace.
 
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Pizza with pistachio pesto, fennel sausage and pecorino.

Cannonau di sardegna.
 
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Made chicken cacciatore tonight.


"They speak of my drinking, but never consider my thirst..."
 
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I will be making Chicken Adobo tonight.


“Appreciating old wine is like making love to a very old lady. It is possible. It can even be enjoyable. But it requires a bit of imagination.”

Andre Tchelistcheff
 
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Last night was Florida pompano, sauteed with lemons and capers. Delicious.
 
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Rothko - I was thinking about doing something like that tonight, something akin to a fish "piccata."

Last night: veggie and pork stir fry with jasmine rice (bok choy, broccoli, asparagus, onion, snow peas, bell pepper).


Cheers!
 
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I would say go for it.

You must have access to a lot of fresh local fish up there that would be excellent.
 
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