Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by Sagitta, Aug 16, 2005.
Give me cheese or give me death. :wink:
Salmon fillet. Spinach salad. Wild rice.
so...dinner at table 52...well worth documenting
first of all, a drink that is sold nowhere else that was the most fabulous thing I have ever consumed...called the "humdinger" and it was ingredients including but not limited to; cardamom, hibiscus, lime, club soda and some sort of rum liquor...it was off the chain
amuse bushe(sp?) deviled egg w/spring pea pesto, and a parmesan crusted biscuit
first course; crab cakes with red pepper, slaw and wasabi goat cheese
second course; pistachio crusted chicken breast on a bed of spiced lo mein, w/shitake
skipped dessert...but, lordy that was a fine meal....edit to add; dh had the pecan pie and dtr had the sweet potato cake
OMG! I'm salivating just hearing about it.
I hope your DH had a wonderful birthday. :-D
thx...oh...that reminds me....I left out the "pickle board"...which was a fabulous cheddar cheese, peach preserves, crisp bread, salmon mousse, and a jar full of pickled veggies like okra and cauliflower
mac with cheese
Oooh, that sounds wonderful, F.
Bouche (for future reference). Frog for "mouth."
I grew up hearing ferme la bouche. My family was too up tight to just say shut up. :lol:
last night....carne asada burrito, margarita...know how to spell it, know how to eat it....
French was never my thing...
Honestly, being able to spell Spanish language stuff has come in handy much more often than my four years of French.
Example: How often do I get exposed to chips and queso (roughly weekly) versus how often do I get exposed to an amuse bouche course? (roughly decade-ly) :lol:
Yesterday: no dinner. Zippo. Zilch ... until around 11 PM when I was STARVING and ate everything I could eat that wasn't tied down. It's clear that I need to reexamine my dietary choices. :lol:
for me, it was always about what I would encounter occupationally...so I am okay with relying on dh when it comes to all things French...but he wasn't around when I was posting
As long as somebody knows how to spell escargot, it's all good. :wink:
I hate those...so I don't have that need...in fact, I am not a big fan of French cuisine in general
This is exactly why it's important to recognize escargot on a menu ... so you can NOT order it. :lol:
mac chz and rose'...if I cannot have mac chz after 4 lessons and spin class, I quit...
cod with potatoes
chicken burrito...margarita...and it was good
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