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Originally posted by billhike:
They could call it Roseanne Barr Asscrack and I'd order again.

POTY! sunshades
Left over red current glazed london broil sliced paper thin in a whole wheat pita pocket with horseradish mayo, lettuce and sweet salad peppers. YUM!
Had a terrific lunch at Vineland Estates on Saturday.

Melon Gazpacho
Mussels in curried broth
Chacuterie
Seared Trout

Their patio has got to be one of the nicer vineyard patios in the Niagara region and the food was great.
Salmon salad with chopped little gem, 1 chopped yellow zebra heirloom tomato, 1/2 avo, mixed sprouts, crumbled feta.
Coconut vinegar, sesame oil, lime juice, mirin. mixed into salad.
Seared a small filet of the last of the sockeye.
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Originally posted by BOMBA503:
Pizza steak wit

Read this and worried you had a coronary before you could finish the post. pizza
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Black Bean Soup
Stone Crab Claws
Steamed Mussels
Grouper/Shrimp Cakes with salad.

Overlooking the Ocean on a beautiful December day. Not bad.


Both the food and the view sound great.
Cassoulet at one of my favorite French restaurants with two glasses of their house red Burgundy.

I do not think I will want much for dinner tonight.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Black Bean Soup
Stone Crab Claws
Steamed Mussels
Grouper/Shrimp Cakes with salad.

Overlooking the Ocean on a beautiful December day. Not bad.


Both the food and the view sound great.


Both wonderful although the company was even better Big Grin Too bad FKG and I both had to get back to work after lunch
In the company of two beautiful women at lunch today, I had

- Royal Miyagi oysters
- butter lettuce salad
- porcini and brie omelette with frites

And bottles of 2005 Jo Pithon Savenierres La Croix Picot and 2008 William Fevre Chablis Bougros, both of which showed very well. The restaurant sent us each a small glass of Port as well, which was just enough to ensure that I would require an afternoon nap. Smile

Biggest lunch I've had in some time; not sure how I'll be able to do justice to dinner.
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Originally posted by Seaquam:

The restaurant sent us each a small glass of Port as well


Graham's Six Grapes?
Thai place next to our building at work has a pretty good duck drunken noodles. Had that for lunch loaded with hot chili sauce
Homemade pizza with caramelized onions, fig compote, duck confit and manchego cheese.

I think I put a little too much duck on it, but this is a problem I can live with.
Remarkably mediocre sushi, at one of those conveyer belt places where the food travels past you at eye level and you help yourself, then someone counts up the number of dishes you have stacked before and the colours of each to tell you how much you owe.

On a positive note, it's pretty fast though.
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Originally posted by Seaquam:
On a positive note, it's pretty fast though.

According to the WaFE Book of Grammar, I believe the correct way to phrase that would be "fast sushi, positively!"
On this cold day (for Key West standards anyway)

Turkey chili with ancho sour cream, jalapeno, roasted poblano and cheddar cheese
Romaine salad with pine nuts, tomato and parmesan
Steamed littlenecks with white wine, garlic, tomato broth
Tuna poke with avocado, peanut and red onion.

Awesome lunch
Courtesy of RobS...

open face flat iron steak sandwiches with oyster mushrooms and horseradish-bone marrow-herbed butter.

Truffle & duck confit mac & cheese
All-beef hotdog at Costco for $1.50 (Canadian!) which includes soda pop with free refills. Best dining value around!

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