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HOF

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I told this chicks the pics would be on the internet! Well, at least my balls were manscaped!
 
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lagavulin

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Made tuna melts, laggy style ...... (not to be confused with doggy style)

Used tuna steaks quick seared and still raw in the centre.
Sour dough bread.
secret seasonings that included paprika
a layer of julienne cut scallions lightly pan fried with a bit of white wine and lemon juice
a layer of raw brunoise cut scallions and capers
then a layer of mixed freshly grated parmesan and asiago with black pepper
flashed under the broiler to barely tan the cheese

served with a Pinot Grigio
 
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lagavulin

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Cycleguy007 said:
Folonari is nice... we also like the Collavini...

They are very similar, but neither is really my thing. Since I was grilling the tuna I thought I would try to be civilized and stick with a white.

I usually prefer the deeper richer flavours of the reds like a chianti or a barolo, but thought it would ruin the more delicate flavours in the fish.

For a beer, usually a Guinness, and for a single malt, well, one of the most pungent and peaty.

For a woman, again something robust with some life in it. :D
 

a 1 player

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Starting off the day with a full mug of espresso, and a pipe of McClelland 2010 virginia. The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast.
 
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Sliced pineapple for breaky this morning! :mrgreen:
 

randygirl

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If she doesn't stop barking, I might have some Jack Russell for breakfast.

Otherwise, I'll have cottage cheese and cherries.
 

a 1 player

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Melted brie on toasted flax bread, covered in Dave's Insanity hot sauce. Ice oolong tea with honey on the side.
 

Lexusdriver

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Chicken wings, slice of pizza with a cold stella. Try to eat healthy and have a balance diet.:beurk:
 

Kyra.Graves

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I had a bunch of cherries for lunch, not exactly balanced but yummy.

Have my wine picked for dinner but no food yet. Suggestions?

Wine is a 2007 Cotes du Rhone Les Abeilles
 

Auggie

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You can tell I'm a bachelor with limited cooking skills.

Three grilled cheese sandwiches with a large pickle on the side. Real cheddar - not slices.
Washed down with a Carlsberg, working on my second one now with the third on standby.
 
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Beenthere123

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Kyra.Graves said:
I had a bunch of cherries for lunch, not exactly balanced but yummy.

Have my wine picked for dinner but no food yet. Suggestions?

Wine is a 2007 Cotes du Rhone Les Abeilles

Duck Confit with aglio olio pasta easy on the truffle and garlic.
 

Kyra.Graves

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Beenthere123 said:
Duck Confit with aglio olio pasta easy on the truffle and garlic.

Mock duck is really hard to find and I've never really enjoyed the meat substitutes anyway, I'm sure it's a good dish but it's not for me, thanks for the suggestion though.:happy:
I forget that not everyone knows I'm a vegetarian, I've posted about food so much on the board I just assume you must all hang on my every word.:he:
 

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