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Thread: Rainy Crummy Saturday Night--what you cooking or drinking?

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    [QUOTE=Timmy®;4167868]I have that glass[/QUOTE]

    Good stuff

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    I quit the hard stuff and beer. Sangria is the only way I go these days
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    I add all types of fruit. Having it as I type:D

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    I'm in a suite at Harrah's in AC, waiting for my gf to get dressed. Enjoy your crummy night.

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    Drinking Soda, getting chicken and veggies ready!

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    Calçola (Casurla) Sandwiches. I made this Portuguese dish yesterday for a
    family get-together last night and there was some left over. Tastes just as
    good or better the next day.

    Accompanied by a Harpoon Munich Dark .

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    In the middle of nowhere, Maine. Drinking lots of Coors Light. Life is good!

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    DuClaw Sawtooth

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    Anyone being in the BMore area tomorrow should check out a DuClaw somewhere. Arundel Mills Mall (off 295 about 15 minutes south of The Bank), Bowie (off of I97 South, a little out of the way probably, but about a half-hour or so out of Downtown), Bel Air (where I live, off of exit 77B from I95 about a half hour or so North of Downtown), BWI Airport (15 minutes south of Downtown off of I195).

    AMAZING food as well.
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    Bottled water and Slim Jims. Doesnt get any better than this.

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    To drunk, to early. I'm starting to get my pace though. One more hoagie, then a single stoagie.

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    [QUOTE=pauliec;4167929]I'm in a suite at Harrah's in AC, waiting for my gf to get dressed. Enjoy your crummy night.[/QUOTE]

    Enjoy. Put a $20 on black for me.

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    So delicious. :yes:

    Homemade Tagliatelle

    [IMG]http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk142/jstokes719/Fresh_Tag.jpg[/IMG]

    And the Braised Short Ribs

    [IMG]http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk142/jstokes719/ShortRibs.jpg[/IMG]

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    Looks awesome Stokes. I had Short ribs for dinner last night too. Delicious

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4168137]So delicious. :yes:

    Homemade Tagliatelle

    [IMG]http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk142/jstokes719/Fresh_Tag.jpg[/IMG]

    And the Braised Short Ribs

    [IMG]http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk142/jstokes719/ShortRibs.jpg[/IMG]

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    As much as you talk **** to me, you are a legit cook. I am an emerging culinary dabbler myself, my GF and I do a lot of fish dishes (she's a 'vegetarian' who eats fish, i know, makes no sense)...you seem like you got it all dialed in.

    food looks legit.

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    [QUOTE=SouthTown;4168163]As much as you talk **** to me, you are a legit cook. I am an emerging culinary dabbler myself, my GF and I do a lot of fish dishes (she's a 'vegetarian' who eats fish, i know, makes no sense)...you seem like you got it all dialed in.

    food looks legit.[/QUOTE]

    It's all in jest, you unfunny MF :D

    I don't allow my GF to touch anything when I cook! Should is cooking challenged anyway, but she's always meddling around asking if she can chop something or do anything. About the only thing I'll allow her to do is stir the pot, maybe grate the parm reggiano.

    And I make her clean up :yes:

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    [QUOTE=SouthTown;4168163]As much as you talk **** to me, you are a legit cook. I am an emerging culinary dabbler myself, my GF and I do a lot of fish dishes (she's a 'vegetarian' who eats fish, i know, makes no sense)...you seem like you got it all dialed in.

    food looks legit.[/QUOTE]

    Veggie, huh?

    Does she like mushrooms?

    I have a great recipie for wild mushrooms and spinach over taglietelle that I make all the time, it's teh awesome.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4167754]Making Braised Short Ribs and homemade :yes: Tagliatelle., starting now with a Belvedere martini, up, very dry, cocktails onions, a bottle of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is breathing.

    GF will be here in 20 mins, friends coming over around 6 for a caprese with buffalo mozzarella, then dinner.

    Anyone?

    I need some new ideas.

    [B]Borgo, picked up Spaten Oktoberfest for tomorrow. Proly make some grilled baby loin lamb chops and Burning Anus Wings for the game.[/B]

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    I know you'll dig this year's brew. Have some chilled, along with Yeungling black & Tan, for later.

    As for last night, I prepared mushroom risotto using fresh crimini and dried porcini from my town (got some from my folks a few weeks ago after we lost power from Hurricane Irene and stayed over), and a chicken stock I made last weekend. Did a side dish of simmered zucchini (think ratatouille without the other vegetables): Red onion, garlic, zucchini, white wine, balsamic, chopped fresh thyme and rosemary.

    What we drank: Bought a rosé sparkling wine, produced by Barefoot, at my other wine store on Friday. It's not as refined as a rosé Champage (made in the charmat method rather than méthode champenoise), nor as dry, but totally enjoyable. There is a strawberry essence, kinda like when you mix a little cassis in with sparkling wine. With discount, cost me about $8.

    [URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/338/barefootcellarsbubblyro.jpg/][IMG]http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/1088/barefootcellarsbubblyro.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

    Baked off some lemon corn muffins this morning for breakfast, So good with coffee. Am about to go downstairs to make some red sauce (gravy) with sausage, as my son has requested ziti with sausage for our football sunday meal. I opened up a French red, 2007 Galhaud Grenache Noir (Languedoc-Roussillon), to have with the dinner.

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    [QUOTE=Borgoguy;4168186]

    What we drank: Bought a rosé sparkling wine, produced by Barefoot, at my other wine store on Friday. It's not as refined as a rosé Champage (made in the charmat method rather than méthode champenoise), nor as dry, but totally enjoyable. There is a strawberry essence, kinda like when you mix a little cassis in with sparkling wine. With discount, cost me about $8.

    [URL=http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/338/barefootcellarsbubblyro.jpg/][IMG]http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/1088/barefootcellarsbubblyro.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

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    I just saw Barefoot making sparkling wines. Gonna give them a try :yes:

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4168189]I just saw Barefoot making sparkling wines. Gonna give them a try :yes:

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    I read in the Wine Thread that you and Big L like their sauvignon blanc. It's not brut, but if you like to mix St. Germain, cassis, or Chambord in your sparklers, you and the lady will enjoy it. Not sure how they are being allowed to call it "Champage", though. Usually, the French shut that down pretty quick.

    Barefoot also makes something called a "Pinot Grigio Champagne" which sounds weird but enticing.

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    Here is a company that makes nice wine (Aussie) look for it next time you are in your liquor store.

    [url=http://www.banrockstation.com.au/content/fine-australian-wines-making-impact-around-world]Banrock Station[/url]

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    [QUOTE=Beerfish;4168199]Here is a company that makes nice wine (Aussie) look for it next time you are in your liquor store.

    [url=http://www.banrockstation.com.au/content/fine-australian-wines-making-impact-around-world]Banrock Station[/url][/QUOTE]

    Will look for this, beerfish. I really enjoy wine from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Why don't you put this in the Wine Thread, too?

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