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Old 07-18-2012, 12:25 AM   #31
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harry, veddy nice greek.

taxy, i love a good falafel shop. is there a mrs. falafel?

alix, wings and a movie sound great. not to mention an actual date.
someday.

after watching "master chef" again tonight, i'm on a sushi bender. i know, i know, twice in a week.

pics to follow.

hi, i'm bucky, i'm a broke down, no good sushi-holic.

btw, guess what i'm teaching my boy to make next week?

one hand wet, one hand dry. wet, sharp knife.
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Old 07-18-2012, 12:50 AM   #32
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At a fave restaurant, we had Pescado Rellano: a lovely fish fillet rolled around a mix of fresh shellfish and other crustaceans including shrimp, squid, octopus, baked in foil with various herbs, spices and lots of butter. There was a veg or two, ignored. Lots of garlic bread. Heaven on a plate.
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Old 07-18-2012, 12:59 AM   #33
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wow, that sounds really good, dawg! was it mexican, spanish, portugese, south american, or caribbean style? i don't recognize the word rellano.
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wow, that sounds really good, dawg! was it mexican, spanish, portugese, south american, or caribbean style? i don't recognize the word rellano.
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Old 07-18-2012, 01:13 AM   #35
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btw, guess what i'm teaching my boy to make next week?

one hand wet, one hand dry. wet, sharp knife.
California rolls, yes? Your boy is a lucky little man!
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Old 07-18-2012, 01:23 AM   #36
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Wonderful sounding food and pics here tonight, as always. Seems to be a greek theme this time - odd how that happens sometimes, that there is a particular theme for a dinner thread.

I had 2 hard boiled eggs and some leftover salmon.
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Old 07-18-2012, 01:27 AM   #37
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thanks, cheryl.

i haven't made sushi in a long time. should be interesting. i'm thinking tuna, octopus, salmon, eel, and a california roll.

it depends on how big the deep frozen pieces of sushi grade fish the korean market has. i may do only two, tuna and octopus, plus a roll.
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wow, that sounds really good, dawg! was it mexican, spanish, portugese, south american, or caribbean style? i don't recognize the word rellano.
Thanks! Mexican. Am thinking rellano loosely translates to "rolled". As in Chiles Rellano. It was totally awesome, and my spelling might be wrong. We have enough left over for leftovers....have a strange feeling they won't last very long.
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either rolled, or "of the king", lol.

there's leftovers?
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Google translate says that, "Pescado Rellano" means fish landing.

It asked if I meant Pescado Relleno, so I tried that and it means stuffed fish.
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