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Post by Joan » 2 weeks ago

Dunckel wrote:
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Does the finer things include poncy food, because tonight we're having the tasting menu at a posh restaurant serving New Nordic Cuisine.
I think that deserves its own topic.

Tada!
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Post by Regulator » 2 weeks ago

I think photos of each course are required @Dunckel .
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I think photos of each course are required @Dunckel .
Yes. And can you do it live? There is nothing that enhances an exquisite meal more than your fellow diner spending the whole meal on the phone.
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Post by Dunckel » 2 weeks ago

There will be no photos of the food on this occasion, we have to be dead sophisticated tonight.
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Post by Joan » 2 weeks ago

<google google> is it Lysverket?
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Post by Dunckel » 2 weeks ago

Joan wrote:
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<google google> is it Lysverket?
It's 1877
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Post by Sonic Budgie » 2 weeks ago

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It's 1877
Should this be in the Brexit thread?
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Should this be in the Brexit thread?
Is this the Norwegian option? 😃
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Post by Dunckel » 2 weeks ago

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There will be no photos of the food on this occasion, we have to be dead sophisticated tonight.
OK, the place was full of Americans, all snapping away, texting, preening and generally not holding their cutlary correctly, so I decided to take some photos. I will post them at a later date.

The food though was fantastic as billed and each chef brought their own dish to the table and introduced it, nice touch.
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Post by Joan » 2 weeks ago

Oh, I am not jealous at all.

"Each chef"?? A tasting menu of Nordic cuisine with a different chef for each course?


Fuck you.

<Searches for envy emoji. There doesn't seem to be one. Hopefully you will realise this post is a ball of petty jeolousy, without the help of emojis>

Give a hug on my behalf to your good lady.
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Post by Dunckel » 2 weeks ago

Here's the page where I posted yesterdays grub, at least over there they appreciate the food and won't make commrnts about slate service.

https://www.cookingbites.com/threads/wh ... 235/page-2
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<involuntary tic> xenforo</involuntary tic>
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Post by Sonic Budgie » 2 weeks ago

It's an odd optical illusion, next to some of those meals the cutlery looks absolutely HUGE, strange.
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Dunckel wrote:
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Here's the page where I posted yesterdays grub, at least over there they appreciate the food and won't make commrnts about slate service.

https://www.cookingbites.com/threads/wh ... 235/page-2
Your mini-tartare has reminded me have one of those pink salt slabs, and every time I see it in the kitchen I consider starting a thread about Your Most Useless Middle-Class Kitchen Purchase. It was a reduced to a couple of quid in one of those Bargain Shite Megashops and I had a sudden fancy to eat a steak off it... until I got it home and read the instructions for cooking on it. Life is too short. Anyway you've just reminded me it exists and now that it is Summer I think I will stick it in the fridge and eat something cold off it instead.

Did the spoon fit in the tiny Gazpacho or did you end up tipping it into your face?
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The Real Ravenhurst wrote:
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Your mini-tartare has reminded me have one of those pink salt slabs, and every time I see it in the kitchen I consider starting a thread about Your Most Useless Middle-Class Kitchen Purchase. It was a reduced to a couple of quid in one of those Bargain Shite Megashops and I had a sudden fancy to eat a steak off it... until I got it home and read the instructions for cooking on it. Life is too short. Anyway you've just reminded me it exists and now that it is Summer I think I will stick it in the fridge and eat something cold off it instead.
Take it to a field and give it to some cows or a horse to lick?
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