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baking fool 03-28-2010 01:05 PM

Best thing you ever ate?
I think the Food Network is making a show about this, so what's the best thing you ever ate? (or cooked/baked/etc?)

Robo410 03-28-2010 01:47 PM

I cannot name one dish that so dominates my gastronomic adventures (neither can those chefs, really), but in the spirit of the game: warm crusty sourdough bread with Stilton and a ripe beefsteak tomato, perhaps a drizzle of good balsamic and maybe a slice of double smoked bacon. Glass of Malbec or Carmenere.

Andy M. 03-28-2010 02:56 PM

They have modified their approach to make it the best thing... in a specific category.

Selkie 03-28-2010 03:10 PM

Perhaps not necessarily the best, but the most memorable:

As a teenager, a high school lover and I were in San Fransisco on Fisherman's Wharf. We bought a wheel of warm, freshly baked, pre-scored sourdough bread and a pound of freshly steamed prawns in a paper bag from a street vendor. A bite of sour dough followed by a bite of prawn while watching the Sea Lions play, smelling the salt air, having to stay close in order to keep the wind and chill away, and being very much in love was absolutely wonderful!

Uncle Bob 03-28-2010 03:40 PM

Seafood Category: ~~~ Raw Oysters at The Ranchero In of all places, Clarksdale Ms. in the Mississippi Delta. I had ordered the KC Strip Special and the owner's daughter/owner ask me if I liked raw oysters..."Yep, Sure do"! ...We just got in a shipment from Abbyville (Louisiana) would you like to try them?..."Yep! Sure would"!...Bring me a 1/2 Dz....After the fourth oyster, I asked the daughter if I could cancel the KC Special and order more oysters..."Yep, sure can"...3 1/2 dozen later I left a happy camper...Ice cold, very plump and briney...Awesome. Never before nor since have I eaten Oysters that were that good!!

PrincessFiona60 03-28-2010 05:44 PM

The very first chocolate truffle. I was working in a bakery and the owner/baker decided to make his own truffles and sell them. I watched the entire process and at the end he gave me one truffle to taste...it was heaven and I've been trying to get back there ever since, flavor-wise.

Constance 03-28-2010 06:21 PM

Right now, it's carrot cake.

babetoo 03-28-2010 10:04 PM

my mom's eagle brand milk, lemon pie. all that creamy goodness. i make them but not as good as mom.

mollyanne 03-29-2010 04:08 AM

Seafood Category ~~~ Pure unadulterated Maine Lobster...then drowned in lemon butter :angel: :wink:. Must be cooked so it's tender and juicy. There's nothing worse than tough, dry, expensive Lobster.

Accompany this with a fabulous white wine like a 2007 French Pouilly Fuisse by Louis Jadot. It says "White Burgundy" on the label which sounds like a contradiction in terms to me. I've heard it referred to as a Chardonnay also.

vagriller 03-29-2010 06:14 AM

Beef Tenderloin from Sonoma Wine Bar & Bistro in Va Beach. So tender I could have cut it with a cardboard knife!

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