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    If it was just for me, you would have PM'd me. Slut.

    Looks good.

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    I can't recall if there is a White Person food thread thing, but this should go there.

    Chicken & Dumplings.

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    Where da smokies at???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    Where da smokies at???
    I'm a premium professional who's ~30-40 pulling down 234,984.12 per year so as soon as I showed someone else's (sure as fuck not my) realtor my T4 and assorted income holdings statements, I knew that cheap smokies were commoner food, and thus, beneath me.
    Then I took pictures of my import (non Italian) car, thought more about how much money other people make, then I wrote a song about how much money other people make and forced my child to learn how to play it... Then, I finished my dumplings and cried myself to sleep.
    Again.

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    You forgot pop
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    guessing who I might be, psychologizing me with your non existent degree.

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    But I got the cried myself to sleep part.

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    So, apologies if this isn't the ideal thread because I sure as Hell didn't make this, but I went to a Xmas party that was catered by Patisserie Du Soleil and God damn it - it was the best meal I've had since maybe Azuridge. Simply spectacular across the board and considering it sat in the chafing dishes for about 90 min longer than it should have, I think that says something.
    Broccoli salad with some kind of brilliant, cheese in it that was likely Borsin it maybe blue cheese, then into succulent roast beef and perfect salmon with an amazing dill and garlic sauce that you'd want to drink.
    https://patisseriedusoleil.com/priva...rate-catering/

    Desserts were also amazing. However you can spend money at this place, you need to do it. Simply amazing and made for a great night!

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    Made Filipino food

    Chicken Pork Adobo
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    Doing It For the 'Gram

    I ain't worried 'bout it right now..

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    I tried making a lasagna for the first time but it came out too watery. It fell apart when you started slicing it but it was still delicious

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    ^I think you have to let it sit for like 30 min after it comes out of the oven and that helps to thicken it up for some reason.

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    lasagna really should be eaten close to room temperature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster View Post
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    lasagna really should be eaten close to room temperature.
    What.

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    Well lasagne shoukd sit a while for sure. Not right out of the oven.
    Like a roast, it should "rest" a fair while.

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    Had this lasagna at double 0 on Friday. Might be the best I've had

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    Double zero has some great food.

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    Still drooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipstah View Post
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    I tried making a lasagna for the first time but it came out too watery. It fell apart when you started slicing it but it was still delicious
    My wife uses these noodles that you don't pre-cook. They absorb all the moisture/fat while the lasagna is baking and come out perfect for eating with no watery mess.
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    Came back to ogle 2Legit2Quit wife's buns...
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    They're certainly big, but I don't know if they are the BEST I've tasted.

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    Oven-ready is the term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BavarianBeast View Post
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    Double zero has some great food.

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    Still drooling
    Is that A5 or just “normal” wagyu? Looks bomb either way, didn’t know Double Zero did steaks

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    It wasn’t from double zero, haha.

    Kasai in Kelowna. I would recommend it as best restaurant in town.

    Yes A5, was delicious and a more generous portion than I’ve had in other places. But I am their favourite customer ha ha

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    I thought I posted in here about getting pictures later of my turkeys...
    Anyways, 2 smoked and 2 roasted = 4 delicious. I used NutriGrill charcoal and I had a bitch of a time keeping the temp below 300 until I gave up and put the water pan in. I don't know why it was being so slutty.

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