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What's On The Menu Tonight?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by shifter, Mar 17, 2016.

  1. shifter

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    Tonight it's butter poached halibut with shaved black truffles and heirloom baby carrots.

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    Sounds good. Wished I lived closer.
    For us, just have to decide where we are eating out tonight, lol
     
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    It's "Taco Thursday," which doesn't mean tacos rather an every week group of wine friends who get together. Tonight it's Tom's A to Z Burgers. lol Nothing like burgers and onion rings and a bunch of nice wines.

    Last night I reverse-roasted some mutha thick pork loin chops; I'm loving this technique. Aglio e olio on the side, local asparagus, one of those B-C Pinots. Tomorrow will be "ono" beef kabobs; a teriyaki-ish marinade I stole from the head chef at Fairmont Kea Lani. Stooopid good. I have a nice hunk of strip loin I'll cut down and soak. Sounds like a Zin night. Saturday it's chile verde.
     
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    Will you be using the truffle you got in Vegas?
     
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    Yep!

    Picture is posted.
     
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    I just chowed down some homemade chicken wings. Get something in my belly before I hit the town for St. Patricks day. I'm wearing my "This Guy Needs a Beer" shirt from O'Sheas, complete with built in bottle opener
     
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    I'm headed to the Irish Embassy!
     
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    pot stickers and pasta or Cal rose rice

    traditional "Irish meal"
     
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    You are definitely more Asian than me!
     
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    I love to cook, but I'm single so a lot of times it's more trouble than it's worth to cook for myself. I still cook a few nights per week, but it's usually something simple like a good steak with grilled vegetables or a simple pasta dish. The thing is simple doesn't have to be cheap or bland. With a few simple ingredients you can make some killer dishes for one in under 30 minutes. And I just realized I sound like Rachel Ray. The rest of the time I go out with friends or order in. Tonight it's a strip and some asparagus. I had a bit of a flair up on the Weber and got a small bit of the steak a bit too done for my taste. Oh well.

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