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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Silly discussion .....


Hell, "What did you have for lunch" is a silly discussion!! Wink

And I had a chicken ceasar wrap with a half dill. Delish....

PH
Having a long lunch with a friend today, and what a beautiful Good Friday it is!

My friend will swing by our restaurant at 10:00 this morning to pick out a couple of lobsters with the chef that will never see tomorrow.

Our selected wines:

1995 Dom
1997 Salon
1996 Selosse Millesime

It is going to be a long wait until 1:00 today. Cool
Lobster and Vintage Champagne. Sucks to be you.... Razz

For me, Ledo's Pizza for my troops and the corporate trainer. Good, but in a totally different league......

PH
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Silly discussion .....


Hell, "What did you have for lunch" is a silly discussion!! Wink

And I had a chicken ceasar wrap with a half dill. Delish....

PH

In terms of silliness, it falls just short of "What did you have for breakfast?" Smile
Today we tried some hipster taco place. Duck, octopus, paneer, wild mushrooms, lamb tongue and pork belly were some of the main ingredients in these tiny “fancy” taco’s. They were pretty good, but I found myself craving some real taco’s….
At Magnolia's in Charleston, a delicious fried green tomatoes with cheese grits, followed by pan fried flounder, and pecan pie.
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Originally posted by DoubleD:
At Magnolia's in Charleston, a delicious fried green tomatoes with cheese grits, followed by pan fried flounder, and pecan pie.


Consider the envy graemlin posted! I hope you get to the Charleston Grill.
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Originally posted by DoubleD:
At Magnolia's in Charleston, a delicious fried green tomatoes with cheese grits, followed by pan fried flounder, and pecan pie.


Great restaurant. One of my favorites in Charleston. Love the fried green tomatoes.
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Originally posted by Board-O:
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Originally posted by DoubleD:
At Magnolia's in Charleston, a delicious fried green tomatoes with cheese grits, followed by pan fried flounder, and pecan pie.


Consider the envy graemlin posted! I hope you get to the Charleston Grill.

I hope to at least stop at Charleston Grill for their coconut cake, which I hear is one of the best. There are too many great choices out here for 3 days.
Last night we had chicken, baby spinach and cucumbers with buckwheat soba noodles in a soy/ginger/scallion/sriracha sauce.
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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soy/ginger/scallion/sriracha sauce


I think you could even put quinoa in this sauce and it'd taste good! Razz

PH


you know what's a great sauce to go with quinoa?

5 lbs of smoked ribs.
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze:
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soy/ginger/scallion/sriracha sauce


I think you could even put quinoa in this sauce and it'd taste good! Razz

PH
Big Grin
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Originally posted by Wine doc:
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Originally posted by DoubleD:
At Magnolia's in Charleston, a delicious fried green tomatoes with cheese grits, followed by pan fried flounder, and pecan pie.


Great restaurant. One of my favorites in Charleston. Love the fried green tomatoes.


Enthusiastic +1. Love that dish.
Blended a little sesame oil and sriracha sauce, rubeed it into a nice piece of ahi tuna, seared in cast iron, garnished w/ a bit of green onion, and served w a side of soy/sriracha sauce. Tasty!

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