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The Williams Sonoma catalog is like fucking crack.


Meanwhile, all the various and sundry weekend leftovers got combined into some tasty burritos.

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Har Gow, Chicken siu mai, turnip cake on top of taro rosti
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Club sandwich
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Some kind of fried chicken
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Salmon teriyaki
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Ratatouille side
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Steak and something...
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Khao soi noodles with chicken
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Lake trout or perch on rice, pomegranate, green beans
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Macaroni and cheese
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Beef tongue sandwich...somewhere below the veg, apple slaw
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Salmon on some kind of beurre blanc sauce
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Roasted chicken on rice, pickled cabbage
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Haianese chicken on rice, soy sauce marinated eggs
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Winter melon soup
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...the rest to be continued if there is interest.
 

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Har Gow, Chicken siu mai, turnip cake on top of taro rosti
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Club sandwich
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Some kind of fried chicken
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Salmon teriyaki
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Ratatouille side
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Steak and something...
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Khao soi noodles with chicken
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Lake trout or perch on rice, pomegranate, green beans
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Macaroni and cheese
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Beef tongue sandwich...somewhere below the veg, apple slaw
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Salmon on some kind of beurre blanc sauce
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Roasted chicken on rice, pickled cabbage
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Haianese chicken on rice, soy sauce marinated eggs
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Winter melon soup
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...the rest to be continued if there is interest.
Good man
 

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I been cookin' my own stuff - In winter I generally cook up big on a Sunday and lasts most of the week. This week - Pumpkin soup and Beef Curry
 

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great inspiration, well done

For fxh...

Har Gow, Chicken siu mai, turnip cake on top of taro rosti
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Club sandwich
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Some kind of fried chicken
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Salmon teriyaki
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Ratatouille side
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Steak and something...
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Khao soi noodles with chicken
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Lake trout or perch on rice, pomegranate, green beans
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Macaroni and cheese
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Beef tongue sandwich...somewhere below the veg, apple slaw
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Salmon on some kind of beurre blanc sauce
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Roasted chicken on rice, pickled cabbage
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Haianese chicken on rice, soy sauce marinated eggs
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Winter melon soup
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...the rest to be continued if there is interest.
 

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Veg omelette
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I want to say it was chutoro...
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I want to say this was otoro...
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Various sashimi
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This was the veg course. Okra and something...the yellow thing is actually corn and tofu together.
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This is what Singapore people eat for breakfast..another tasting menu
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This was supposed to be some kind of soup but it was so heavy with the meat that it felt like a gravy.
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Sinagpore dessert..whatever that is
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Fried bananas...dessert after the dessert
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Beef cheek poutine for a snack at midnight on a Sunday
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Torta de elote..or beef brisket, cornbread, corn, pasilla adobo whatever that is
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Chilaquiles rojo de pollo...or corn totopos, pulled chicken, salsa rojo, onion, crema, cotija cheese, avocado and fried egg
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Braised eggplant, chow mein, veg spring roll and a side salad
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BBQ Chicken and veg
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Green curry rice and tofu pad thai ...different than my usual Thai place
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I ordered it from the late night menu at a beer hall. It's a Quebecois thing. The beef cheek was nice but the gravy and copious amount of salt they put on it wasn't.
 

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had this girl ive been seeing over on sunday...grilled some lobster tails, asparagus, corn. had a potato salad with sour cream, shallots, green onion, chives, garlic, old bay, dijon. lobster and corn had generous amounts of this compound butters with shallots, chives, garlic, old bay, honey and lemon.

a gentleman never tells, but the answer is yes.

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had this girl ive been seeing over on sunday...grilled some lobster tails, asparagus, corn. had a potato salad with sour cream, shallots, green onion, chives, garlic, old bay, dijon. lobster and corn had generous amounts of this compound butters with shallots, chives, garlic, old bay, honey and lemon.

a gentleman never tells, but the answer is yes.

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Hey, if that doesn't get you laid. . .
 

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Perch fillets on I think that's barley
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My usual panang beef
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Potato nachos..whatever that is
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I think that's a trout on rapini
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Macau cauliflower curry with rice noodles, I think the other one was octopus
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Laksa seafood chow mein
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Shanghai noodles with chicken
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Some charcuterie and cheese board from the Ritz
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Fish and chips..
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Swordfish hiding underneath braised cabbage and something...
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Pad thai chicken
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Caprese salad
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Cheesecake that tasted mass produced.
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Deconstructed Caesar Salad - Boquerones, Pork Belly, Grilled Romaine, Radicchio, Endive, Crouton
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Bone-In Veal Parmesan Fior di Latte, Tomato, Spicy Soppressata, Basil - I had no idea it was Flintstones size but somehow I ate the whole thing.
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Turkish bomba
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My usual pad gra prow with chicken
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Waiting for someone to take me out with chips and Cremoso Jalapeño. Tromba flight at the top.
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Zucchini Fritters
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Calamares Fritos
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Salmon salad
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Slumming it with a $7 baguette al fresco
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Back to the massaman beef curry
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Some kind of unagi roll that took forever to come out
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Oysters
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Bangers and mash
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Smoked salmon and completely inedible crispy salmon skin
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Sea bass
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I think this was some kind of American waygu
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Cheese plate. Just realized this was off menu.
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Sliders - because that's what you should eat after a night at a steakhouse
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Crab cakes
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I never take food pics but had Chinese duck amongst other dishes last night. That was after an art exhibit opening where I had a fwiffo-esque amount of free shiraz and yummy soft blue cheese. Savingon Blanc with Chinese , not my choice as it always tastes like water to me.
 

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I never take food pics but had Chinese duck amongst other dishes last night. That was after an art exhibit opening where I had a fwiffo-esque amount of free shiraz and yummy soft blue cheese. Savingon Blanc with Chinese , not my choice as it always tastes like water to me.
I was having a late dim sum (after 1300) and saw some white people break open a bottle of wine. I never associate dim sum with wine. Come to think of it I never eat breakfast type items with alcohol either.

Sticky rice, beef rice noodles, har gow
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Turkish bomba
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My usual pad gra prow with chicken
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Waiting for someone to take me out with chips and Cremoso Jalapeño. Tromba flight at the top.
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Zucchini Fritters
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Calamares Fritos
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Salmon salad
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Slumming it with a $7 baguette al fresco
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Back to the massaman beef curry
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Some kind of unagi roll that took forever to come out
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Oysters
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Bangers and mash
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Smoked salmon and completely inedible crispy salmon skin
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Sea bass
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I think this was some kind of American waygu
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Cheese plate. Just realized this was off menu.
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Sliders - because that's what you should eat after a night at a steakhouse
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Crab cakes
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Looks lovely Fwiffs. Are you fishing these out of dumpsters now that you are a poorz?
 

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What a difference a month makes. The Ant & the Grasshopper
If you go to the previous page, fxh was laughing I was saving money. I was in September too. Some of those meals were bought by account managers who do business with my firm. However we just rolled out more rules on accepting gifts so I'm a bit screwed.
 

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Beef vindaloo, plain basmati, pappadum, keema naan, copper ale.

How spicy sir?

Hot.

Hot sir but....

Hot

Ok.

How did you find the spice sir?

Was nice.

Not hot?

No, not really.

But it was spicy hot sir!

White spicy hot or brown spicy hot?

Was brown spicy hot

I guess make it hotter next time
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I had Lambs Fry and Bacon for lunch today. Large pub at seaside. 28C. Vegetables were overdone but mashed potatoes and meat were yummy. Simple, old skool, good. Started with a Guinness then a decent bottle of Shiraz. Walked around corner to gelati shop and had a big single cone lemon gelati. Wonderful.
 

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They always want to dumb it down for the white guy. They did do it Indian hot but that is the starting point for me.
A few years back we had some Taiwanese friends out for an exhibition. Originally the family was going to stay at our place but is the cultural way with these things the friends kept growing until eventually we had 30 visitors. So it all changed we hired a bus and driver etc etc and aranged group accom etc.

One trip was to a large provincial town so a month or so in preparation us the logistics team visit to arrange meals etc. Go to biggest/best Chinese restaurant in town to organise date and dinner for 40.

Discussing menu with proprietor we settle on costs and courses.
Then I let slip they are Taiwanese friends.
She snatched menu out of my hands and in slightly more polite words said::

"Don't worry about any of that oz/Chinese shit we talked about I'll cook you a proper Chinese meal for that same price" .

Was pretty amusing.
 

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They always want to dumb it down for the white guy. They did do it Indian hot but that is the starting point for me.
We actually have a Thai place here that is legit. It's the only place I've ever eaten in the states that was capable of food spicy enough to knock me on my ass.
 

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We actually have a Thai place here that is legit. It's the only place I've ever eaten in the states that was capable of food spicy enough to knock me on my ass.
Thai is usually good for burny hot. There is this place in Chicago that does killer hot. First time I went and asked for it the cooks were peering out of the kitchen to see if I would die
 
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