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  1. #1471
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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    Cutlet of young Cascade black bear, sprinkled with Montreal steak seasoning, pan fried to well done.

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    Default Re: What's for dinner

    what kind of wine goes with burnt assed greasy bear meat?
    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    I'm impressed with the mildness of the flavor. And I trimmed every bit of silver off the piece. It was sublime.

    Pretty happy about it. A meaty Zinfandel from Ravenswood would do nicely. Too bad I don't have a bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Blue View Post
    And I trimmed every bit of silver off the piece.
    i've only had it twice, and was told that's the secret to it. . .

    i'm nit much interested in hunting bear myself, nor eating it again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    what kind of wine goes with burnt assed greasy bear meat?
    Ripple

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    Bourbon and Dark Chocolate covered Almonds.
    been out tractoring all day, figures i’s better get something in me before i settle in to the couch to watch football
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    Pizza. Take-n-bake from Papa Murphy's. Beer. Might go whole hog a do some ice cream.
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    Slow cooker Italian pot roast / egg noodles / steamed asparagus

    It was wonderful

    And we have some lemon cake for dessert.
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    Went to a kai moana place called Squid’s in Whitianga NZ, on the Pacific side of the Coromandel Peninsula. They had some of the best green-lipped mussels I‘ve tasted (there are mussel farms not far off). Also wonderful calamari with a Thai chili dipping sauce.



    My main was trevally fillet crusted with white and black sesame seeds, served on greens with a sweet-hot dressing.




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    Chicken Cordon Bleu.



    One of our additions to the menu. I think I'd prefer it with a sauce - honey mustard, or similar. I washed it down with Beer Lao Dark, one of the world's best beers... and followed up, just now with a Magners Cider.

    I had to pass on a free ticket to the Night Safari with an American lady who is currently a regular customer. I took her to the Erotic Gardens yesterday.... and the boss here seemed to think another excursion might be inappropriate.

    Meanwhile, I started the day with Thai cornflakes

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    Cassoulet last night.... or, at least, my version of it:



    The truly traditional French country dish has duck confit, French garlic sausages, and a particular variety of white bean. My version substitutes chicken thighs and sweet Italian sausage, as well as cannelini beans. SWMBO says it's my best dish.
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    Trying to decide if I'm doing beef stew tonight... or some Mondo Nachos...
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    Yesterday afternoon I made a pot of basmati rice with pink beans and ham. I'll be eating that for a couple of days.
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    Damn Norman that sounds looks spot on, and you even have it in Le Creuset, nice touche

    We took the Vespa over to one of our favorite mexican places for dinner. Renee had the tacos al pastor, they are amazing shredded marinated pork with grilled pineapple served on soft flour tortilla. I had the tamales and we shared some great homemade guacamole.

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