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reuvens

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  1. There is only one "Los Postres de El Bulli" and as I said i never opened it !
  2. I have a copy mint condition (i never opened the book !) for sale please pn offers as i dont know to value it.
  3. Can you help me finding a good vietnamese cookbook. It can be the old fashioned Mama style or something contemporary... Thanks in advance, ruby*
  4. It seems to me that there are "must" reads about the most delicious sandwich in the world. please share some book ideas with me.
  5. I am planning a trip with my sweet lady to the amsterdam area in mid. august...we will drive from duesseldorf to amsterdam and hope to pick up a good snack on our way to amsterdam. stay 2 nights in a'dam and maybe another sleepover at the sea. I tried to find a few foodie spots on the internet...http://amsterdam.unlike.net, but i need some insider info. CHUFI...hit me ! Hahahaha DeKas in Frankendael Park is a must go for me. I normaly have breakfast @ DeBakkerswinkel. So i am still looking for some innovative, organic produce using chef who offers us food for a reasonable price.
  6. I added "FETTE SAU" as a meat addition ;-) !
  7. Here is my food map......so far so good !
  8. Thanks to all of you....i added some of your suggestions to my Map ! As a reward i will post my whole burger experience here on the thread ;-)
  9. AHT....is on my Blog Reader ! and Prune is on my list anyway. I am not a big fan when a restaurant is reduced to one famous item but i gotta taste the sweetbreads @ prune ;-) thanks!
  10. I am leaving Germany for a good two weeks for an upcoming Burger Degustation Quest happening in New York.... So my question to all Locals...Where can i find a good ol´Burger with Killer Fries ? A few destinations are already on my list: Shake Shack, Dumont, Mark, Burger Joint etc. Shoot, Ruby*
  11. This information should be send to every mobile phone entering the borders to paris ! Check it out ! Great info !
  12. Just came back from Paris... Believe me..any pastry from Fauchon or LaDuree is worth to be paired with a quality coffee. My choice was a moist Canelé !!!
  13. Looking for a refreshing change after visiting places like La Coupole, Bofinger etc. for my next visit to Paris...tomorrow ! Any recommendations...we are a a group of 8 ! I'll take any idea ;-) Thanks, RUBY
  14. i am actually looking for the little treats next to the cup on the saucer....
  15. They used to make fresh stroopwaffles in amsterdam a few years ago....cant beat that ! But people...please keep comin´ with ideas
  16. SOmetimes i have the feeling that a Cappuccino is nothing more than "adult" milk ;-)
  17. Thats a newbie to me....cheese and coffee ! I had a cookie with maldon salt once with my cup of cappuccino, back then i felt that it "cuts" through the flavour spectrum too much. But somehow buttery cheddar sounds good to me !
  18. I love coffee and i always appreciate when they serve a little treat with it. There is the usual Choc / Mokka Bean ;-) or a dry cookie :-(, but what do you think would be the perfect match to a cup of coffee ?
  19. reuvens

    Chewing gum

    CHEWING GUM.....HOMEMADE
  20. Can´t wait to go on my next trip !
  21. I refer Chef MEIR from CATIT as a very skilled & talented chef. I had dinner there with our fellow eG member BOAZ and this chef could overtake any fine dining kitchen in a rush. The only problem in Israel is their limited supply on "fine dining" ingredients which people are normally used to. Especially Seafood is from an average quality. If it comes to comfort food Israel is definelty a Superpower in my universe....;-)
  22. until i fix my problem...... FAT DUCK PIX
  23. Just received a mail from Sam Mason regarding my question about their plates.... So i think i am going to start a thread here
  24. ...Things can change within a few years. Harald Wohlfahrt is still an absolute World Class Chef. The only thing i don´t like about his restaurant is that heavy, classic wood decoration. But that has nothing to do with the food..... From what i hear in the "scene" Vendome is the most interesting restaurant in Germany right now. Headchef Wissler is a highly dedicated man who has the financial privilege to serve modern enlighted dishes with the best ingredients money can buy. Vendome is owned by the same Group that owns Schlosshotel Lerbach where Restaurant Dieter Müller is situated... If you let me know where you will be located in Germany i can try to give you recommendations for restaurants from 1 to 3 Stars..... Reuven
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