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    Quote Originally Posted by oivind_dahle View Post
    In Oslo we have a restaurant that have only one dish on the menu.
    http://www.fyrhusetkuba.no/Fyrhusetk...iling_Pot.html

    They have 3 shuffleboards for entertainment, lots of beer and the dish Boiling Pot - made of crabs, shrimps, sausage, potato and corn.

    If you dont have to much space you can make an insane great boiling pot, that everybody wants to taste. This way its cheap to get started, and you can become famous at once. Low price as well, and have private arrangements for companies and special events

    Just meant as an input to your plan my friend
    At least keep as few dishes as posible on the menu. Be great at what you know, dont be avarage on everything .)
    It isn't a restaurant, just a dinner party like you would have for friends. Instead of friends, it is a group of strangers who sign up to attend the dinner via email. Each event will have a different menu.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    That sounds like a really fun project!
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    First menu is done!

    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    What is EVOO? Is that a molecular gastronomy thing?!






    Just kidding. The menu looks great! I will has the lamb, plz.

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    Haha, my friend Ed wrote that. Evoo was kitchen shorthand long before RR popularized it.

    No choices! You get everything!
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    We had our first dinner last night, and it went great! Better than I even hoped. Everything was awesome, the food, the decor, the atmosphere. Our guests were genuinely blown away, and I am stoked it went so well. Can't wait for the next one!

    Photo onslaught:


    Cryovac'd beets for sous vide.


    Local grape tomatoes to be roasted for the lamb roulade.


    Staging glassware the night before.


    Ready for war.


    Ed on the grill.


    Lamb leg roulade on the grill.


    Appetizer table.


    Ginger and thyme sun-tea.


    Pickled vegetables.


    Charcuterie and bread.


    Duck pastrami that I made. Came out fckin' awesome!


    Grilled corn, duck fat confit sous vide fingerling potatoes, and sous vide yellow and red beets.


    "Dining room".


    Guests!


    Dinner is served, everyone is eating.


    The lighting was perfect. Industrial fixtures and edison bulbs gave just enough light and a warm glow.


    See what I am talkin about?


    Hurricane vases lighting the porch by the entrance.


    "Farmer's Cow" Black Raspberry and Chocolate Chip Ice Cream with Chocolate Beach Stones, Fresh Berries and Honey~Lavender Infused Whipped Cream.

    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Brooklyn Brown Ale and '04-'05 Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout.




    Everyone get the hell out! I have dishes to do!






    Prep list says we are finished.

    I have some more photos from a guest I still have to upload.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    That looks pretty freaking awesome! Congrats on your first!

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    Holy crap man! Nicely done!

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    More!










    Ed and myself setting up the app table.




    Getting ready for service. Slicing the cured salmon.


    Haha, I love these lights!


    Eddie!


    Me, Ed.


    Us again.


    Haha, Pikachu was the bathroom attendant for the evening.


    Ed torching the Burnt Rosemary Oranges.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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