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Prince Edward Island mussels, sautéed with extra virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, basil and white wine. Mixed greens with olives, tomatoes, celery and cucumbers served with a balsamic vinaigrette. A Trio Of Ravioli: lobster, spinach, and mushroom- each served with a distinctive sauce. Stuffed Calamari stuffed with shrimp, calamari, crab, and lobster-in a tomato and garlic sauce. Broccoli and Spinach.
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This evening I'm preparing a dish, that probably hasn't got a proper German name. At least I don't know any. It's a local classic and it's called dialectically Düppeskooche around Cologne. It consists of grated potatoes (2,5 kg), grated onions (3 large ones ..... ouch !), 3 eggs, lot of sliced Mettwurst, salt, pepper, nutmeg, lovage and bacon. I put this stuff mashed up in a gratin dish and shoved in the oven for at least 90 minutes ..... yummy :)

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Meatloaf (the food, not the singer or the condition) this evening.

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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 8:07 am 
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Am now going upstairs (as if you cared) to make duck breast Asian style with Mie noodles.

That 200 Motels cover was made to be put on a mug, Gray Ghost!

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Utterly decadent on a winter day.


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I'm going through about three boxes a week this summer :mrgreen:

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Made pork chops, stuffed with sheep's cheese, gherkins and basil with a beef sauce and capers + fried potatoes and green beans this evening.

Quite nice, according to my audience of three.

Tomorrow it's eating out (with lots of MEAT again) at our local Greek restaurant.
Why is it that so few nationally themed restaurants have worked out that if you give somebody an Ouzo for free (or any strong alcoholic drink) before the customer orders, they might be predisposed to order the more expensive items on the menu?

It works with me every time.

Come to think of it, perhaps this tactic is the real reason behind the Greek economic crisis (apart from the restaurant business, obviously) :?

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I made a dish of red lentils today ... with leeks, onions, tomatoes, lot of garlic and Italian bratwurst (salsiccia) .... very yummy :) Accompanied by Carlsberg and Led Zeppelin's 40th anniversary Physical Graffiti edition.



Rock on! My_name_is_Alfons_Schuhbeck


:shock: ....surprise ! Why do you know Alfons Schuhbeck ?


I know my top German chefs M_N_Is'nt_Fritz :lol:


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A lemon-filled round pastry with a glaze and a cup of Coke. Soon my unequaled tuna fish sub will arrive from "Steve's" and it'll be an oral orgasm! (Yeah, I usually have dessert before the meal. Tasty little sucker!)

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Gray_Ghost wrote:
My_Name_Is_Fritz wrote:
I made a dish of red lentils today ... with leeks, onions, tomatoes, lot of garlic and Italian bratwurst (salsiccia) .... very yummy :) Accompanied by Carlsberg and Led Zeppelin's 40th anniversary Physical Graffiti edition.



Rock on! My_name_is_Alfons_Schuhbeck


:shock: ....surprise ! Why do you know Alfons Schuhbeck ?

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How lucky of you to have Jesus as a home help.
I can only afford Beelzebub and he's useless and expensive. :wink:


Jesus has a much more sunny disposition than the other guy(s) and he bakes :lol:


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My_Name_Is_Fritz wrote:
I made a dish of red lentils today ... with leeks, onions, tomatoes, lot of garlic and Italian bratwurst (salsiccia) .... very yummy :) Accompanied by Carlsberg and Led Zeppelin's 40th anniversary Physical Graffiti edition.



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I made a dish of red lentils today ... with leeks, onions, tomatoes, lot of garlic and Italian bratwurst (salsiccia) .... very yummy :) Accompanied by Carlsberg and Led Zeppelin's 40th anniversary Physical Graffiti edition.

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How lucky of you to have Jesus as a home help.
I can only afford Beelzebub and he's useless and expensive. :wink:

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Drinking a bottle of Marston's Empire Ale a gorgeous IPA. Gonna wash that down with a bottle of Young's double chocolate stout 8)

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