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Lunch 2019

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 Might be lunch and might be slunch.  Leftover spam succotash supplemented by one of the leftover pieces of sliced beef from yesterday‘s restaurant takeout. I found my Timur pepper and used it with abandon.  Delicious.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Anna N said:

 Might be lunch and might be slunch.

 

Slunch? Is that something between a snack and lunch?  

 

Leftover lemon linguini with the addition of sugar snap peas and a few scallops

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1 hour ago, blue_dolphin said:

Slunch? Is that something between a snack and lunch?  

Something that might be supper or might be lunch or might have to do double duty. 

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Yaki udon. With tamagoyaki style egg cubes. Ginger, garlic, onion, oyster sauce, sesame oil, a hint of sugar, and some MSG for good measure.

 

 

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3 hours ago, shain said:

 

Yaki udon. With tamagoyaki style egg cubes. Ginger, garlic, onion, oyster sauce, sesame oil, a hint of sugar, and some MSG for good measure.

 

 I definitely need to steal this.

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1 hour ago, Anna N said:

 I definitely need to steal this.

 

Go for it :P

To be precise, I baked the eggs (rather than frying), I also whipped them well in order for the result to be airy and absorb the sauce.


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(Purchased) leek and pork potstickers.  I bet they might have been much tastier had they not been in my freezer for considerably longer than they should have been.  I ate them with some bottled dipping sauce but next time I would go back to my own mixture of black vinegar and soy sauce.   I put the other half of the package back into the freezer and think that I will serve them as part of a Ramen bowl when I get around to it.

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 Usually this is breakfast but when I went to make some toast earlier a recently-purchased loaf of rye bread had black mould all the way through it!  Damn.  And so lunch is spam and egg onigirazu  with a dipping sauce which is just a combination of brown sauce (HP) and ketchup. 

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Common shrimp around my parts.

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Butter is setting. One has fresh turmeric and chilli.

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Vietnamese steamed pork paste with rinds

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Gorging on these now. They survived the journey from Turkey, then from the market on the back of my bicycle.

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9am "lunch" at the flea market

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Husband chose "revueltas"; I had "loroco".    + hot sauce.  Cabbage salad on the side.$3.each

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Old standby. Peaches and cottage cheese. With a few blueberries for good measure. 

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Yesterday just me for lunch so dualing salads it was:  fennel/orange versus mixed veggies...sprouts, fresh, fresh white mushrooms, last of the garden tomatoes, cucumber and sliced green peppers dusted with seed/nut mix.  It was a lot of veggies!!  But so good.

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When it's lunch time, I always try to have lunch Beluga Caviar with my daughter. My wife orders caviar online in internet market. By the way very useful servise - always fast and quality We make and enjoy great sandwiches with salmon roe or prosciutto (my daughter's favorite).

 

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3 hours ago, liuzhou said:

 

Don't we all?

 

Nope.

 

Am more of an Osetra person ...

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Back here in the sticks, the natives use them thar  fish eggs for bait to catch growed up fish.....

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I intentionally left some of the pork chop that was dinner yesterday evening. I knew I didn’t need all that meat in one meal and that planned-overs would be really good for lunch.  So here we have two small pieces of toasted rye bread with sliced pork chop and lingonberry sauce.  And there is at least one more pork sandwich in my future.     

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On 9/5/2019 at 12:36 PM, Margaret Pilgrim said:

I'm a peasant.    I really don't appreciate caviar.    Such a cheap date!

 

I will chime in here to extol the virtues of domestic caviar, particularly that harvested some 60 miles from me on the White River. Can't wait until it turns off cold and I can betake myself to George's Fish Market in Marvell, AR, to buy some. Both sturgeon and paddlefish available; I prefer the sturgeon. I'm told it's similar to osetra; not having tried the good stuff, I can't say. But it's significantly cheaper; about $100 a half-pound.

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2 hours ago, Anna N said:

 

  And there is at least one more pork sandwich in my future.     

Happiness is knowing there is a cold pork chop in the refrigerator.   

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Mr. Kim, who is on vacation this week, surprised me by taking me to lunch today and yesterday at two new (to me) places.  Yesterday was Nomad’s Deli.  Fantastic place.  Mr. Kim had the Big Chick sandwich – when everyone in Richmond was losing their minds over the new Popeye’s chicken sandwich, the Richmond Times Dispatch published an article listing better than Popeye’s or Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches – this was one of them:

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Huge, perfectly cooked breast on a garlic roll with grilled onions, peppers, mushrooms, jalapenos, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayo.  It was fantastic!  I had the shrimp po’boy:

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This was a 12-inch sandwich.  I didn’t notice that until I got it.  It was truly delicious.  Perfectly fried jumbo shrimp, slaw, cocktail sauce, tomatoes (I requested no onion).  I figured out a trick about halfway through the first half – I knew I’d never be able to eat the other half, so I pulled all the shrimp out and stuck them in the half I ate!  I was shocked at how good this was – the slaw was really robust – cut large, very crunchy and aggressively seasoned.  We loved this place – a true family owned and run neighborhood joint.  Lots of vegetarian options, diverse clientele and they even sell steamed crabs on Friday nights.

 

Today was Lulabelle’s Café – kind of a Southern Ladies Who Lunch vibe.  We both started with soup:

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Mr. Kim had the turkey and rice.  I had the NE clam chowder.  Both were very good.  My chowder was especially nice – in texture it was somewhere in between a thick, creamy NE chowder and a brothy, briny NC Outer Banks chowder.  The clams were incredibly tender.  I had the fried green tomato BLT with a side of collards:

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The sandwich was good, but the pimento cheese was a little over spiced for me.  I almost ordered deviled eggs as my side, but the waitress told me they had jalapenos in them, so I chose collards instead.  Very, very good.  One point off for only having red wine vinegar.  If you are a café in Richmond VA serving collards, you need to stock some apple cider vinegar.  We can’t remember the name of Mr. Kim’s sandwich:

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It had turkey, pimento cheese, jalapeno relish, bacon, and red onion.  He loved it – I tasted the turkey and it was fresh and properly cooked.  He said the deviled eggs were great – creamy and not too hot.  The pickles were good, too – pretty sure they were house made.

 

 

 


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@Kim Shook, you're making me think I need to make some slaw and some pimento cheese very, very soon. Those sandwiches looked divine. I wonder whether I'll be able to find green tomatoes up here? I'll have to start asking my farmer friends as the season winds down.

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I, too, have been in the notion for pimiento cheese. That may go on tomorrow's agenda.

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