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Shrimp & Scallop Risotto

(2007 Huët Vouvray Sec Le Mont)

very tasty
 
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Pardon me whilst I wipe off my keyboard.


Just one more sip.
 
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Tonight, Thai - at my favorite local place.

Not sure what we'll have, but lots of small plates to start and for sure some of their wonderful Panang Curry. Stomach growling already.....

PH
 
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Roast beef with a red wine pan gravy
duck fat roasted potatoes
green beans


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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I'm trying out a new smoker tonight. Older model MES 30". Have a chicken inside, rubbed with SPG (salt, pepper, garlic powder).
Will probably pop my last '08 McCrea Counoise Ciel du Cheval to go with it.


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Turkey bacon is the reason I have trust issues.
 
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Blackened Steak Salad.
 
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Attended a wild fowl dinner last night with some old school retired restauranteurs.

Ridiculous amount of food but Highlights were:
Hungarian Partridge and chanterelle sugo with fettuccine
Braised Woodcock with lightly smoked bacon over soft polenta
Pumpkin ricotta cheesecake with spiced rum dark caramel and nougat.

Shockingly I didn't get any shot in any dishes but what a table!
 
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Attended a wild fowl dinner last night with some old school retired restauranteurs.

Ridiculous amount of food but Highlights were:
Hungarian Partridge and chanterelle sugo with fettuccine
Braised Woodcock with lightly smoked bacon over soft polenta
Pumpkin ricotta cheesecake with spiced rum dark caramel and nougat.

Shockingly I didn't get any shot in any dishes but what a table!


Jealous doesn't even begin to describe it.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Shockingly I didn't get any shot in any dishes but what a table!


I only hit heads. Cool
 
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BTW - I've been pretty envious of your recent menus.
 
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Last night I made a potato leek pizza which turned out very well.
 
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Madeira braised Venison with lardon, chestnuts and chanterelle/morel mushrooms. Served on skin on mashed potatoes with some chevre and grainy mustard mashed into them.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Sauerkraut and sausages, and german potato salad. (Back from a run to the local German deli).


"Wine, one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise and taste."
- Milton
 
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Madeira braised Venison with lardon, chestnuts and chanterelle/morel mushrooms. Served on skin on mashed potatoes with some chevre and grainy mustard mashed into them.


Winner
 
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Madeira braised Venison with lardon, chestnuts and chanterelle/morel mushrooms. Served on skin on mashed potatoes with some chevre and grainy mustard mashed into them.


Winner


My thoughts, exactly.

PH
 
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NY Strip and asparagus on the grill.


Just one more sip.
 
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Beef Bourginon
 
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Cauliflower and lentils cooked in beef stock.
 
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Alinea, but tomorrow. So excited I need to post it now, though I hear mixed feedback on the experience. Mediocre wine pairings, e.g.
 
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Last night - Tom Yum Ga and Chicken with basil

Been soup all week as we have been dealing with colds
 
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Grilled sirloin butt steaks in a soy-gojuchang marinade.
Roasted broccoli in a anchovy/smoked paprika vinaigrette
Smashed potatoes in a grainy mustard/chèvre sauce (inspired by rob s.)

Big reds.

cupcakes.
 
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Cupcakes?
 
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I want cupcakes!!

Tonight: chili, cornbread and salad. Mmmmmm..

PH
 
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Cupcakes?


Guests brought a big box from prairie girl cupcakes. More icing than cake, but you didn't hear me complain.
 
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I just don't get cupcakes. I've learned to accept that I am the minority but really?
 
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