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Old 11-13-2012, 09:59 PM   #31
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Get the Saki And while you are at it, make me some Sushi too
I live far from the ocean, this is about how close I get to decent Sushi lately .....................

The Parktown Prawn

That's a freakin' cootie. Don't mess with us Snippy, we have your number.
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:11 PM   #32
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Here is my appetizer for tonight. I'm still workin' on the main course (and no, there's are no bugs involved). You eat cootie??? Yuck!!!

My appetizer offering for tonight is tuna sashimi. I still have plenty of tuna and some crab and avocado so anything goes. Got the sushi rice already cooked, got the nori, got my makisu already to rock 'n roll. I'm divided, should I make the spicy tuna roll next, or the California roll? Probably the tuna since it's raw and the crab will cooperate another day or two.

So, spicy tuna roll next, home made mayonnaise...
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:06 PM   #33
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Goat Kebaaaaabs! With homemade Tzatziki Sauce and Greek Salad. Now what kind of wine does one serve with goat? We had a South African Cabernet blend (this one is for Snip).


Thanks Steve I love Stellenbosch. Beautiful city with great wines
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:08 PM   #34
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I made baked pork chops, brown rice and green beans tonight.
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:08 PM   #35
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Here is my appetizer for tonight. I'm still workin' on the main course (and no, there's are no bugs involved). You eat cootie??? Yuck!!!

My appetizer offering for tonight is tuna sashimi. I still have plenty of tuna and some crab and avocado so anything goes. Got the sushi rice already cooked, got the nori, got my makisu already to rock 'n roll. I'm divided, should I make the spicy tuna roll next, or the California roll? Probably the tuna since it's raw and the crab will cooperate another day or two.

So, spicy tuna roll next, home made mayonnaise...
Your dinner looks Yum! Nope I don't eat bugs, that's my pet
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:38 PM   #36
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I took an inter course break (no don't be silly that isn't what it sounds like), and then made my spicy tuna roll:



That's home made mayonnaise spiced with Sriracha sauce (and the pristine tuna of course), and I added some sesame seed and Tobiko caviar to top 'em off.

It was good, I just don't have the appetite for the Cali rolls.
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:56 PM   #37
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I took an inter course break (no don't be silly that isn't what it sounds like), and then made my spicy tuna roll:



That's home made mayonnaise spiced with Sriracha sauce (and the pristine tuna of course), and I added some sesame seed and Tobiko caviar to top 'em off.

It was good, I just don't have the appetite for the Cali rolls.
Oh boy, I want sushi Haven't had sushi in over a year!
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P.S Greg, got your joke but my response was not PG 13 lol!
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Looks amazing Greg

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Goat Kebaaaaabs! With homemade Tzatziki Sauce and Greek Salad. Now what kind of wine does one serve with goat? We had a South African Cabernet blend (this one is for Snip).


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Baked marinated chicken breasts, green peas, honey glazed carrots and brown rice. Apple cinnamon bread for dessert if we have room.
That sounds lovely Isa
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