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    V-day meal?

    my mom is visiting, so that KILLS romance.

    but i am at least cooking.

    doing Sake Kabuto Shioyaki..GRILLED SALMON HEADS. my wife and mom love them. "two birds one stone."

    also picking up an embarrassing amount of fresh local oysters. the grill will be hot anyways..but some will be on the half shell,with a nice mignonette.

    i am not stepping foot in a restaurant for anything.


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    Yuzu shallot for oysters since you're going asian for the main


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    Penne with vodka sauce for one.
    Don't drink out of ornamental ponds in Tiergarten. You will get sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomchakabowwow View Post
    GRILLED SALMON HEADS. my wife and mom love them. "two birds one stone."
    Okay, this is eerie. The restaurant my wife loves for getting salmon heads has a bar downstairs called "Two Birds One Stone"...

    Anywho, the wife has to teach tonight, so last night we celebrated Valentines Day Eve instead. We went with spaghetti carbonara. As far as killing romance goes, our 4-year-old was on top of his game last night
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    Shrimp and lobster Doria...wifey's favorite...

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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    Yuzu shallot for oysters since you're going asian for the main
    that is an awesome idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Okay, this is eerie. The restaurant my wife loves for getting salmon heads has a bar downstairs called "Two Birds One Stone"...
    whoa!! yea..weird.

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    Nuthin' fancy -- it's cold and wet out, so time for comfort food at home. Spaghetti with meatballs, garlic bread, and maybe a salad. My S.O. makes the meatballs, I make the sauce and garlic bread.

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    Citrus & Shallots go well with Oysters. Took her to Japanese place Miso Butterfish and Tempura vegetables.

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    Wait,grilled Salmon Heads? I couldn't think of a quicker way to have my girlfriend run out of the house screaming


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