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BON APPÉTIT! What Are You Eating?

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Half 'n' half Po'boy...half fried oysters, half New Orleans style BBQ shrimp, gruyere cheese, bacon, remoulade sauce, red onions, butter pickles. A bag of Zapp's Jalapeno chips. And a tasty Bundaberg peach drink from Australia.

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On 06/03/2017 at 10:35 PM, Strider said:

Half 'n' half Po'boy...half fried oysters, half New Orleans style BBQ shrimp, gruyere cheese, bacon, remoulade sauce, red onions, butter pickles. A bag of Zapp's Jalapeno chips. And a tasty Bundaberg peach drink from Australia.

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Bundaberg, an area of Queensland, Australia, also produces a very gingery ginger beer. Although I would clean your "Pearlie Whites" afterwards, as this fiery beverage contains vast quantities of sugar - it is tasty though on a hot day

Lunch today I have had a chicken salad with slaw on the side and a french dressing. A mug of Yorkshire Tea

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Dinner this evening;

Smoked Salmon Pate with grain crackers

Moroccan Lamb Tagine. Country Crusty White Loaf

Cheeses: A French Blue and Cheddar with Beer, Parsley and Garlic. White Port

Red Rioja and a Aussie Chardonnay

Some sweet Afghani Hash for laughs

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^^^ How do you imbibe the hash?

Dixie-fried game hen with lemon-almond waffles and Speen's spiked syrup. Beignets and chicory coffee.

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3 hours ago, Strider said:

^^^ How do you imbibe the hash?

Dixie-fried game hen with lemon-almond waffles and Speen's spiked syrup. Beignets and chicory coffee.

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I mix it with a cigarette. I crumble a bit in a bowl, mix and make a joint with it. It is the only way to be honest. Hashish can't be smoked neat - it's far too harsh. I could, i suppose make cookies but I don't like to have it that way. You never know how strong the cookies are. I have seen many people have a bad time, especially in Amsterdam, eating a cookie and regretting it an hour or so later. I also don't like to smoke neat grass either. It's standard for Europeans to make joints this way.

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9 hours ago, chillumpuffer said:

I also don't like to smoke neat grass either. It's standard for Europeans to make joints this way.

Ain't that the truth. The first thing I had to get used to over there was Fritz or Nigel handing me a joint polluted with cigarette tobacco mixed in with the good green grass. Not being a regular cigarette smoker, it always caught me off-guard.

I grew up rolling 100% marijuana numbers. Or it would be smoked from a bong or waterpipe...or a coke can if no pipe or papers were around. Same with the hash. But however it was smoked, we always smoked it pure with no adulteration from tobacco or some other substance.

Until I got to Europe. I still shudder (and my lungs ache) at the thought.

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Spaghetti with Beef meatballs in a roasted red pepper, tomato and onion sauce. Roasted garlic bagutte

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Lamb Rogan Josh. New recipie. Naan Breads

Wine and erbs

Tunes

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Italian food tonight at Da Sesto, a lovely little place we discovered here in St Pete a few years ago.  I love finding small places in strip malls that serve really good, home-cooked-tasting food.  

I'll try to remember to let you know what I ate later.  Unless I eat so much that all you get is "I'll never eat again" ;)  I need to trademark that phrase.

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16 hours ago, ebk said:

Italian food tonight at Da Sesto, a lovely little place we discovered here in St Pete a few years ago.  I love finding small places in strip malls that serve really good, home-cooked-tasting food.  

I'll try to remember to let you know what I ate later.  Unless I eat so much that all you get is "I'll never eat again" ;)  I need to trademark that phrase.

:D

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I really didn't want to eat again after last night's dinner.  However, today is a fresh start! :D

 

I had smelts over polenta with carmelized onions and pine nuts as an app.  Then the osso bucco over mushroom risotto.  It was stunning!  The bread, with pesto oil and sundried tomato oil for dipping was incredible.  Mr ebk had cheesecake for dessert.  I couldn't even take a bite I was so full.  

The wine of the evening was Montepulciano/Sangiovese blend - delightful.

The guitar player was so amazing - not in skill, but in the eclectic set he played.  I was so amused at some of the stuff he was doing and no one in the place seemed to notice.  

 

Tonight, it's Z-Grille, another of our favorites here.  Report later or tomorrow.

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Dinner tonight: Egg Fried Rice served with baked potatoes, immersed in chili and garlic.

Will try and post photos later! :P 

Edited by Kiwi_Zep_Fan87

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for lunch i had a Mexican breakfast - Chorizo with scrambled eggs  , refried beans and 1/4 chopped fried potatoes / two flour tortillas . Appetizers were two Purple Margaritas , chips -n- salsa  . *burrp

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