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    Senior Member Johnny.B.Good's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmadams13 View Post
    Coffee does go well with them. I ate the odd balls after shift with a nice cup of coffee, they complimented each other very well. I've been working on a coffee caramel, that would go even better. Might have to try that tomorrow
    This sounds amazing.

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    Man, you guys can really cook! Love eaglerock's creations although I happen to love brussel sprouts and would complain that I don't even get a whole on on my plate I weigh over 300 pounds, and how am I supposed to keep my weight with portions like that?

    Stefan

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    Thank you for the comments

    Stefan, maybe you will feel better if you get 6 courses

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    Das HandleMeister apicius9's Avatar
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    6 courses sounds good Unfortunately, I don't know much about Finnish cuisine, I was only there once for about 10 days but that was part business and part visiting friends, eating my way through the local foods was not high on my list at that time. But I do remember that I liked the reindeer and the fresh salmon and tried some preserves of berries I had never heard of before. In any case, I loved it up there.

    Stefan

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    It's Monday, and I really needed a steak (sirloin strip) on the BGE.

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    Nice local beets!



    Beet Kimchi Salad

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    6 courses sounds good Unfortunately, I don't know much about Finnish cuisine, I was only there once for about 10 days but that was part business and part visiting friends, eating my way through the local foods was not high on my list at that time. But I do remember that I liked the reindeer and the fresh salmon and tried some preserves of berries I had never heard of before. In any case, I loved it up there.

    Stefan
    Nice, was you in Helsinki ? lets me know when you will come next time, so we can eat some nice food

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    My basic white bread first, second is my country sourdough. Nothing fancy, just something different for table bread at the bistro tonight

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    Looks very good

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