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Old 07-15-2008, 09:43 PM   #11
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It's great to have you here! Love the sig.
Sounds like you're a perfect match to our ever-growing family here.

Now, shall we call you blood, blade or botb?

(I like blade myself)
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Old 07-15-2008, 11:45 PM   #12
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How about you call me BOB for short......of course you can call me anything you want, just dont call me late for dinner HAR HAR HAR!!
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Old 07-16-2008, 12:41 AM   #13
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Welcome to the group. I guarantee you will like it here. We are a great group of foodies
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Old 07-16-2008, 02:06 AM   #14
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How about you call me BOB for short......of course you can call me anything you want, just dont call me late for dinner HAR HAR HAR!!
buh duh duh.......chhhhhhhh!
thank you, I'll be here all week........
don't forget to tip your waitresses.........
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Old 07-16-2008, 02:08 AM   #15
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welcome, botb.

a buddy of mine orders his steaks similarly, "knock the horns off, wipe it's butt, and walk it past the fire".
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Old 07-16-2008, 02:05 PM   #16
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Honestly I came from a family of well-done steak eaters. The first time I ate beef carpaccio my eyes were opened to a whole new world. For those who never have had beef carpaccio, its raw or slightly seared beef tenderloin (and ONLY tenderloin, other cuts may have icky bacterias!) sliced thin classically served with parmesean cheese, aruguala and olive oil....i like reduced balsmic vinegar and a little cracked pepper on mine. Ive also had it with Port Wine reduction abd crispy crumbled bacon...YUMMY!!

What part of joisey are you from Bucky...i spent 10 years of my childhood life in Blackwood.
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Old 07-16-2008, 03:25 PM   #17
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yo BLood! btw, nothing wrong with a chefwear knife...good basic tool which if sharpened, as you say,...got one too from culinary many years ago. It is still my travel blade. Welcome.
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Old 07-17-2008, 12:15 AM   #18
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blackwood, that's down by philly, right?

i'm in north jersey, the exact opposite end , in bergen county. lived my whole life in nyc and nj, within a few miles of the gw bridge.

except for a month i spent in wisconsin one night. (lol, actually, it was 6 months.)


carpaccio is awesome. i like mine with some shaved locatelli and a little lemon, cracked pepper, and grassy olive oil, over a bitter green.
and a red.

hey, i just recommended it to a friend and fellow dc'er, vickiq, but have you tried bresaola. it's beef that's cured like prosciutto. not cooked. ask around for it, it's so good.

next week i'll be in one of your necks of the woods, amish country, for a little r&r and gluttony.
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Old 07-17-2008, 03:24 AM   #19
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Nice...my grandparents live in Phillipsburg...still a little further south than you are. IŽll be returning home from Peru next week myself. I cant seem to land a job here.

Had to Google locatelli..didnt recognize the brand name. Im sure you could probably find bresaola closer to NYC than I could. Dutch PA isnt really a very diverse market. Sure we got lots of fresh produce and dairy but one time I offered my next door neighbor some sushi I had just made and her response to me was "Oh no thanks. Im far too Pennsylvania Dutch for that!" What are you planning to see in your stay? Hershey Park is always a good time.
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Old 07-17-2008, 03:38 AM   #20
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p.s. Bucky...was reading you signature and it reminded of a song by Flogging Molly. Where do you get it from?

For there are many ways to kill a man they say
With bayonet, axe, or sword
But son a bullet fired from a shapeless guise
Leaves but the shell of a Thompson gun
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