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moqui

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from Carolinas at the St. Regis resort, Punta Mita
Ensalada de tomate - Tomato scented toasted quinoa and black olive espuma, marinated cherry tomato, caper sea salt and fresh cheese powder.
 

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also from Carolinas:
Amaranth crusted Ahí tuna with fennel purée, baby carrots and lemon
 

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post your foodie pics in this thread

from Carolinas at the St. Regis resort, Punta Mita
Ensalada de tomate - Tomato scented toasted quinoa and black olive espuma, marinated cherry tomato, caper sea salt and fresh cheese powder.
Was this after you finished?
 

OrangeTown

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also from Carolinas:
Amaranth crusted Ahí tuna with fennel purée, baby carrots and lemon
Hate to tell you, Moqui, but I think someone hawked a couple loogies on your tuna.
 

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I'm not one to take pictures of food, but last weekend I went out to Di Fara's in Brooklyn for pizza. It was incredible. Not sure it was worth a literal two hour wait, but it was really good and glad I experienced it.

Upcoming restaurants:

Tomorrow night: Casa Enrique - a 1 Michelin Star Mexican restaurant in Long Island City. We aren't making reservations so hopefully that wont be an issue.

Sunday: taking my parents to brunch at Nomad. It's part of my father's 75th birthday/Christmas present that also includes a night at the Four Seasons and tickets to If/Then because he and my mother both like Idina.
 

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http://www.commissarybbq.com/

See above for some real food. LOL


post your foodie pics in this thread

from Carolinas at the St. Regis resort, Punta Mita
Ensalada de tomate - Tomato scented toasted quinoa and black olive espuma, marinated cherry tomato, caper sea salt and fresh cheese powder.
Not much food there...lemme guess that was an $18 app?
 

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from Carolinas at the St. Regis resort, Punta Mita
Ensalada de tomate - Tomato scented toasted quinoa and black olive espuma, marinated cherry tomato, caper sea salt and fresh cheese powder.
What exactly is fresh cheese powder?
 

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Gracias Madre is a vegan Mexican restaurant in West Hollywood. Incredibly delicious and surprisingly filling food.

I did not have my phone with me last night, so I took this from their website.

TACOS a la CARTA –
-grilled zucchini verde
-mushrooms with mole
-flash-fried cauliflower

 

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On a work trip this week in Alexandria, LA. Had a great time last night tearing into these bad boys at a little joint called Rosie Jo's. Best crawfish I've had. Polished off around 7 pounds myself, and one of the guys I was with had three of these platters plus another 2 pound platter. And, notice if you will, the PBR draft in the background. Had that in your honor Marsh01 . And the other 7 I had were in honor of the rest of the Otto's Grove knuckleheads. jekelish , CuseTroop , jordoo , Orangezoo , EastCoast2 , etc.
 

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Where's the beef?

who needs beef ? i visited the goat farm in cape vincent last week. got a meet and greet with the goats
(fed them graham crackers ) and then left with a leg , shoulder and chops !
 

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OK I never heard of food p o r n but now that my bro VT tagged me it makes perfect sense. I have a few pics that I sent to my pops. I'll get them on this Monday. I've been into brining, dry rubbing and then cooking indirectly over charcoal lately.
 
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This was just done saturday. 5.5 lb chicken that soaked in a brine for 2 days. I chopped up an apple, a lemon, an onion and some garlic cloves and stuffed it. Little olive oil, salt, pepper and paprika on the outside before cooking indirectly over coals and apple wood chips for 4 hours. That's a good way to make a $5.00 chicken you got on sale into a taste bud melter.
 

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On a work trip this week in Alexandria, LA. Had a great time last night tearing into these bad boys at a little joint called Rosie Jo's. Best crawfish I've had. Polished off around 7 pounds myself, and one of the guys I was with had three of these platters plus another 2 pound platter. And, notice if you will, the PBR draft in the background. Had that in your honor Marsh01 . And the other 7 I had were in honor of the rest of the Otto's Grove knuckleheads. jekelish , CuseTroop , jordoo , Orangezoo , EastCoast2 , etc.
Im speechless. So great
 

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This is a 10.5lb pork butt roast that's sitting in the 48 hour brine.
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Here it is at 3:15am Staurday after sitting with the dry rub on it for 12 hours.
 
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