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  1. Wow, so many mentions of mustard and mayo. I actually despise both. (I know, I know, bad foodie! *slap*) My three would have to be: 1. Ponzu 2. Ketchup 3. Sriracha
  2. This probably sounds a little "out there", but peanut butter and bacon sandwiches are absolutely delicious. Same with peanut butter and vidalia onion sandwiches. Of course, you can spruce them up a bit by using an organic peanut butter (or cashew butter, or pistachio butter, etc.) and some nice Italian pancetta. Delicious stuff. Also, buttering cookies is quite tasty. :) Grab a handful of Chips A'Hoy and butter 'em up. Of course, this will take about 20 years off your life expectancy, but it's well worth it. :)
  3. You should taste his food.
  4. Expect perfection. I realize that doesn't offer much at all, but it's as true a statement as I can make. Just go with an open mind, time to let it all soak in, and a curiosity for what comes next.
  5. Yea, he works at Tapika restaurant and Michael Jordan's Steakhouse. He and Flay are still close friends though, obviously. I'm pretty certain Wayne was just filling in for Vicki Wells.
  6. phatbastard

    Dinner! 2005

    Delicious! Did those tomatoes taste as vibrant as they look?
  7. Puttanesca is definitely my favourite "quick" pasta dish. Usually with spaghettini or capellini. Failing that, carbonara is always great. And a simple dish of penne tossed with store-bought pesto, butter, parm, lots of cracked pepper and fresh basil is a lovely thing.
  8. I just wanted to thank you for doing this, Adam. This is quite honestly one of the best threads I've read on ANY website ANYwhere. Bravo. Simply outstanding.
  9. turkey, apple, sage, bacon. venison, red grape, red wine, jalapeno. scallop, lime, thai chili, tobiko.
  10. The photos are absolutely stunning, Jason. You're becoming quite the food photographer! Oh how I wish I was a New Jersy-er/New Yorker. :(
  11. Mmm.. Coke with orange sounds like it could be great. So does this new-fangled regular Coke with lime. That is my soda of choice, actually. Regular Coke with freshly squeezed lime. If it even comes close, it will certainly be a convenient replacement. I now must engage in a quest to find the magical exlixir.
  12. Awesome battle. The best yet, in my view. I really love Rob's presentations. They remind me a lot of Thomas Keller and Charlie Trotter tied together. Correct me if I'm wrong, but Chef Feenie was the first challenger so far to take down an Iron Chef America. Bravo.
  13. I don't have the words in my vocabulary to describe how amazed I am right now. These are, by FAR, the most gorgeous pastries I have ever seen. An honest question: does it get better than this? I mean, is there really a shop anywhere on the planet that can equal or better this visual orgy? I need to get out more.
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