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Incredible food and pictures. Wow.

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Sirloin with broccoli and peanut dipping sauce.

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Sausage and kale soup. Also has carrots, red onions, garlic, cannellini beans, and tomatoes in it. Topped with parmesan croutons.

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I didn't take a picture of it, but I made this the other day as a side dish. It was surprisingly good.

Roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes

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I didn't take a picture of it, but I made this the other day as a side dish. It was surprisingly good.

Roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes

SPROUTS RULE, SPROUTS RULE, SPROUTS RULE!!!!!!!

FYI: There was a friendly disagreement on brussels sprouts here several months ago. I am a die hard sprouts fan, especially when roasted.

Thank you, Omar, I love your side dish - one of my all time favorites!

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SPROUTS RULE, SPROUTS RULE, SPROUTS RULE!!!!!!!

FYI: There was a friendly disagreement on brussels sprouts here several months ago. I am a die hard sprouts fan, especially when roasted.

Thank you, Omar, I love your side dish - one of my all time favorites!
I'm in the pro-sprouts club!! 😆

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+1 on sprouts.

Had an impromptu date night, climbed up the cliff in the rain and had killer ramen (photo sucked).



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I'm one of the anti-sprouts crowd. Lord knows it's not from lack of effort, though, as I have tried to acquire a taste for them many times but they're just too bitter for me.

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I'm one of the anti-sprouts crowd. Lord knows it's not from lack of effort, though, as I have tried to acquire a taste for them many times but they're just too bitter for me.
Get young fresh ones, don't over cook and add bacon and balsamic.

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I'm one of the anti-sprouts crowd. Lord knows it's not from lack of effort, though, as I have tried to acquire a taste for them many times but they're just too bitter for me.
I understand completely. The secret to a sweet sprout is to buy the freshest you can find. I also marinate mine in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, and various spices. Still, your palate may be more sensitive to bitter. Hey, I cannot stand Chardonnay. Ugh. People love it, but I'm strictly sticking with mineral-laden Austrian and Italian whites.

We'll forgive you, putt, and give you a pass on the sprouts.


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I understand completely. The secret to a sweet sprout is to buy the freshest you can find. I also marinate mine in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, and various spices. Still, your palate may be more sensitive to bitter. Hey, I cannot stand Chardonnay. Ugh. People love it, but I'm strictly sticking with mineral-laden Austrian and Italian whites.

We'll forgive you, putt, and give you a pass on the sprouts.
That's probably it more than anything.

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Smoked salmon and a couple bottles of sake.
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Salmon and lemon skewers. Shrimp and scallion skewers. Served with parmesan couscous.

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Chicken breast marinated in olive oil, lemon juice and zest, fresh rosemary. Served with roasted green beans and grape tomatoes. Kept it simple tonight!

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Simple..? Mouth-watering goodness, more like!


The last dinner I recently made for hubs and I was certainly simple. Good ole bangers and mash with vegetables. I didn't take a photo.

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