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Old 11-09-2014, 11:03 PM   #31
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"Dinner" started at 7:00 a.m. as I got things ready for the food photographer. The first main up was coriander-crusted tuna steaks with toasted couscous and ratatouille. We had to do a re-shoot of a beef dish (I didn't make it--a Chef did), and then we did lobster stuffed with a crab salad and pickled mussels. Fancy-dancy, fiddly-diddly.

Thank goodness I have two friends who want to play in the kitchen with us--they did the dishes, helped the photographer get things ready while I cooked.

I'm stuffed. Give me a couple of weeks, and I'll post a link to the pics. The tuna dish was EXCELLENT.
We didn't let the The dish chill long enough before the flavours to meld. Definitely needs that time. Here's a pic of the PEI Seafood dish. We probably could've done a better job with the avocado and cucumber balls and the celery and green onion curls. Hindsight.
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I've got OCD--Obsessive Chicken Disorder!
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