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Originally posted by Rothko:
Beef broth.

Don't ask...

Sounds like a sh*tty problem. Sorry to hear...whatever it is.
I get to go have lunch with my first grade son at his school, so it'll be a turkey sandwich and carrot sticks for me (and PB&J for him...and he requested Doritos). It's a fun annual event and I'm really looking forward to it!
Porchetta sandwich made on a cacao amaro bread (bittersweet chocolate sourdough loaf rolled in poppy seeds and grape must) with a really nice Chinotto.
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Originally posted by Rob_Sutherland:
Porchetta sandwich made on a cacao amaro bread (bittersweet chocolate sourdough loaf rolled in poppy seeds and grape must) with a really nice Chinotto.

That sound you just heard was my stomach growling.
Leftover marinated pork loin and leftover rice, reheated with a good squeeze of Sriracha. A side of strawberries as well.
NY Pie in Santa Rosa: a slice of pepperoni and garlic knots washed down with a pint of Ballast Point grapefruit Sculpin IPA.
Tried making grilled cheese sandwiches out of cauliflower florets that you put in a food processor to create the "bread" slices. Didn't quite work out the same way as the Youtube video.
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Originally posted by DoubleD:
Tried making grilled cheese sandwiches out of cauliflower florets that you put in a food processor to create the "bread" slices. Didn't quite work out the same way as the Youtube video.


i just threw up a little
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Union Square Cafe with g-man, winedrmike and others


you musta gotten the wrong fellow

i'm at work!
Grilled chicken, steamed broccoli with some sliced almonds on top, roasted red peppers, chickpeas and edamame tossed in lemon juice and zatar
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Originally posted by g-man:
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Originally posted by DoubleD:
Union Square Cafe with g-man, winedrmike and others


you musta gotten the wrong fellow

i'm at work!


No, He got the right fellow. I clearly remember a bottle of '85 Fonseca on the table.

What was for lunch? EVERYTHING on the menu served family style. I can't believe I ate the whole thing.
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Originally posted by Board-O:
My wife's excellent gazpacho


How is getting along? All good I hope.


Thanks, though I'm not sure exactly the meaning. We're fine and not missing northern winter at all. Hope you're well. Long time no see.
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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Stuffed portobello over spring green mix at Mellow Mushroom -

Jc, what was the stuffing?
The wife and I stopped by Mod Pizza yesterday. Never been there before, and I don't usually go for chain places, but I have to say that I really enjoyed the food. It's unusual in that you pay for the basic 11" pizza, and then you can order one of their combinations, or just go down the line and have them add whatever, like at Subway Sandwiches; at no extra cost. The pizzas go into a gas-fired oval oven and come out perfectly cooked in no time, with a few nice, little char spots. They can throw together a pretty damn good salad, too.
Pork chop tacos with guacamole, latin lime cole slaw, spicy green salsa and crumbled chicharron (fried pork skins not masitas)
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Originally posted by mneeley490:
The wife and I stopped by Mod Pizza yesterday. Never been there before, and I don't usually go for chain places, but I have to say that I really enjoyed the food. It's unusual in that you pay for the basic 11" pizza, and then you can order one of their combinations, or just go down the line and have them add whatever, like at Subway Sandwiches; at no extra cost. The pizzas go into a gas-fired oval oven and come out perfectly cooked in no time, with a few nice, little char spots. They can throw together a pretty damn good salad, too.

I went to one near work today. My pizza was really good.
I had some black forest ham, muenster and Genoa salami on some gnarly multigrain bread with horseradish mustard. I need to brown-bag more. I eat better, cheaper and when I'm ready.

PH

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