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    I'm stuffed

    Took advantage of a day off yesterday.

    Breakfast:
    Buckwheat pancakes, French toast, and ham steaks

    Lunch:
    Spinach and ricotta manicotti (starting with hme made crepes) with bechamel and marinara

    Dinner:
    Corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes.

    I can't feel my legs.
    Last edited by Jay; 03-07-2011 at 01:42 PM.
    I really am related to Tony Clifton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    Took advantage of a day off yesterday.

    Breakfast:
    Buckwheat pancakes, French toast, and ham steaks

    Lunch:
    Spinach and ricotts manicotti (starting with hme made crepes) with bechamel and marinara

    Dinner:
    Corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes.

    I can't feel my legs.
    Can you still see them?

    Great menu, BTW. Reminds me that I need to start corning a brisket for St Patrick's Day dinner.

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    What no dessert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    What no dessert?


    No room!

    On a positive note, the annual corned beef overkill extravaganza is a great opportunity to break out a yanagi, which sadly sees little use during the year.


    Bonus points: point cut or flat cut?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post


    No room!

    On a positive note, the annual corned beef overkill extravaganza is a great opportunity to break out a yanagi, which sadly sees little use during the year.


    Bonus points: point cut or flat cut?
    Half point and half flat for my sammich please.

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    Brings to mind what happened to Michelangelo's David after being loaned to the U.S. for 3 months for a tour sponsored by these fine establishments:




    David before leaving Florence:



    David after return from America:

    Doug Collins
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    Doug,
    Thanks for posting that, I needed a good chuckle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post


    No room!

    On a positive note, the annual corned beef overkill extravaganza is a great opportunity to break out a yanagi, which sadly sees little use during the year.


    Bonus points: point cut or flat cut?
    Point cut brisket for corned beef; flat cut for BBQ.

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