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  • #571345
    Avatar of Korbelicious
    Korbelicious
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    Blog your food experience. A pic to accompany would be a plus.

    Dear Diary,

    I’m calling this entry, The Bosses Cut. Why you might ask? Well, last night’s prime rib dinner was delectable. After downing three delicious Blue Moons, my stomach cried out for something that will quench my hunger. The destination of choice was a familiar gathering. The food and service are wonderful. Adrian the bartender was such a cool guy. I’d ask him for a nice cut of prime rib. He brought out something called the Bosses Cut. Somehow I knew Adrian went the extra mile for this piece. The moment I saw it, it was like Christmas all over again. Such a beautiful cut. I never new a piece of meat could be this eye candy. Medium rare and 3 inch thick high. The crust was perfectly seasoned. The center was warm and tender. I rocked my steak knife slowly and as delicate as possible, not to disturb the juices. The mere act of slicing warmed my senses as I anticipate tasting the tender meat on my tongue. If heaven had a taste, this would be it. Basically, I was on cloud nine. The drink of choice at the time was a dirty vodka Gibson martini. Cool, refreshing, and with the sour I come to like in my martinis.

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    #571351
    Avatar of SudPapillon
    SudPapillon
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    Too bloody for me.

    Turkey wrap!

    #571355
    Avatar of xilobabe81
    xilobabe81
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    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    Blog your food experience. A pic to accompany would be a plus.

    Dear Diary,

    I’m calling this entry, The Bosses Cut. Why you might ask? Well, last night’s prime rib dinner was delectable. After downing three delicious Blue Moons, my stomach cried out for something that will quench my hunger. The destination of choice was a familiar gathering. The food and service are wonderful. Adrian the bartender was such a cool guy. I’d ask him for a nice cut of prime rib. He brought out something called the Bosses Cut. Somehow I knew Adrian went the extra mile for this piece. The moment I saw it, it was like Christmas all over again. Such a beautiful cut. I never new a piece of meat could be this eye candy. Medium rare and 3 inch thick high. The crust was perfectly seasoned. The center was warm and tender. I rocked my steak knife slowly and as delicate as possible, not to disturb the juices. The mere act of slicing warmed my senses as I anticipate tasting the tender meat on my tongue. If heaven had a taste, this would be it. Basically, I was on cloud nine. The drink of choice at the time was a dirty vodka Gibson martini. Cool, refreshing, and with the sour I come to like in my martinis.

    [img]http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/1895/72547491kn0.jpg[/img]

    Blue Moon = Eww.
    Try Hoegaarden the next time you want a white beer.

    Very nice details on your dining experience, I felt almost as if I was there with you. I always wanted to start a food blog… but never got around to doing it. I am actually waiting till I make more money so I can splurge on better food to write about. =)

    P.S. You don’t down beer, a good beer must linger in the mouth and coat the tongue so you can taste everything it has to offer.

    #571360
    Avatar of KomLostBong
    KomLostBong
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    Hey buddy!!! That beef is still too raw for me…I am not accept it.

    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    Blog your food experience. A pic to accompany would be a plus.

    Dear Diary,

    I’m calling this entry, The Bosses Cut. Why you might ask? Well, last night’s prime rib dinner was delectable. After downing three delicious Blue Moons, my stomach cried out for something that will quench my hunger. The destination of choice was a familiar gathering. The food and service are wonderful. Adrian the bartender was such a cool guy. I’d ask him for a nice cut of prime rib. He brought out something called the Bosses Cut. Somehow I knew Adrian went the extra mile for this piece. The moment I saw it, it was like Christmas all over again. Such a beautiful cut. I never new a piece of meat could be this eye candy. Medium rare and 3 inch thick high. The crust was perfectly seasoned. The center was warm and tender. I rocked my steak knife slowly and as delicate as possible, not to disturb the juices. The mere act of slicing warmed my senses as I anticipate tasting the tender meat on my tongue. If heaven had a taste, this would be it. Basically, I was on cloud nine. The drink of choice at the time was a dirty vodka Gibson martini. Cool, refreshing, and with the sour I come to like in my martinis.

    [img]http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/1895/72547491kn0.jpg[/img]

    #571365
    Avatar of Mercury
    Mercury
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    Thursday, November 06, 2008

    Dear Diary,
    It was a boring Thursday night with the kids spending the night at their grandmas, so I decided to surprise the bf with a romantic dinner. First thing, I needed candles. I quickly drove to the dollar store and bought a set of two maroon coloured candles (closest I could find to red) a set of two flat candle holders.
    The plan was to have B.C crabs, but I didn’t want to buy the crabs too early and cook them too early and have them cold by the time he got home. I decided to to wait until 8 pm to buy the crabs. Silly me, I forgot, chinatown, once it gets dark the stores closes. Both stores that sold the crabs closed at 7, so I was in a dillema. What to do, what to do…
    The only stores left open around the area were restaurants, so I decided to buy half a bbq duck and half a bbq chicken.
    Got home at 8:50 pm, quickly set the tables with the candles, plate full of the duck/chicken, two small bowls of rice, sauces, plates for bones, and two wine glasses filled with blueberry-watermelon juice from Fruitopia.
    Finish setting up the table on time to pick him up at 9 from his training/teaching classes.
    Came home, ate and watched Rocky IV while eating. It was a nice and simple romantic night. :)

    #571370
    Avatar of Korbelicious
    Korbelicious
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    [i]Originally posted by xilobabe81[/i]
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    Blog your food experience. A pic to accompany would be a plus.

    Dear Diary,

    I’m calling this entry, The Bosses Cut. Why you might ask? Well, last night’s prime rib dinner was delectable. After downing three delicious Blue Moons, my stomach cried out for something that will quench my hunger. The destination of choice was a familiar gathering. The food and service are wonderful. Adrian the bartender was such a cool guy. I’d ask him for a nice cut of prime rib. He brought out something called the Bosses Cut. Somehow I knew Adrian went the extra mile for this piece. The moment I saw it, it was like Christmas all over again. Such a beautiful cut. I never new a piece of meat could be this eye candy. Medium rare and 3 inch thick high. The crust was perfectly seasoned. The center was warm and tender. I rocked my steak knife slowly and as delicate as possible, not to disturb the juices. The mere act of slicing warmed my senses as I anticipate tasting the tender meat on my tongue. If heaven had a taste, this would be it. Basically, I was on cloud nine. The drink of choice at the time was a dirty vodka Gibson martini. Cool, refreshing, and with the sour I come to like in my martinis.

    Blue Moon = Eww.
    Try Hoegaarden the next time you want a white beer.

    Very nice details on your dining experience, I felt almost as if I was there with you. I always wanted to start a food blog… but never got around to doing it. I am actually waiting till I make more money so I can splurge on better food to write about. =)

    P.S. You don’t down beer, a good beer must linger in the mouth and coat the tongue so you can taste everything it has to offer. [/quote]

    I’ll look for Hoegaarden next time. You don’t have to wait til you’re rich to write about food. :D

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    #571375
    Avatar of Korbelicious
    Korbelicious
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    It’s medium rare. When meat is cut, the juices will come to the top.

    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey buddy!!! That beef is still too raw for me…I am not accept it.
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    Blog your food experience. A pic to accompany would be a plus.

    Dear Diary,

    I’m calling this entry, The Bosses Cut. Why you might ask? Well, last night’s prime rib dinner was delectable. After downing three delicious Blue Moons, my stomach cried out for something that will quench my hunger. The destination of choice was a familiar gathering. The food and service are wonderful. Adrian the bartender was such a cool guy. I’d ask him for a nice cut of prime rib. He brought out something called the Bosses Cut. Somehow I knew Adrian went the extra mile for this piece. The moment I saw it, it was like Christmas all over again. Such a beautiful cut. I never new a piece of meat could be this eye candy. Medium rare and 3 inch thick high. The crust was perfectly seasoned. The center was warm and tender. I rocked my steak knife slowly and as delicate as possible, not to disturb the juices. The mere act of slicing warmed my senses as I anticipate tasting the tender meat on my tongue. If heaven had a taste, this would be it. Basically, I was on cloud nine. The drink of choice at the time was a dirty vodka Gibson martini. Cool, refreshing, and with the sour I come to like in my martinis.

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    #571380
    Avatar of Korbelicious
    Korbelicious
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    Very nice romantic dinner star. The bf is very lucky to have such a thoughtful person like you. Meat and rice can never go wrong. Kudos for pairing your duck/chicken with Fruitopia. The sweetness of blueberry-watermelon is great contrast to the robust flavors of bbq duck/chicken. (=

    [i]Originally posted by Mercury-Star[/i]
    Thursday, November 06, 2008

    Dear Diary,
    It was a boring Thursday night with the kids spending the night at their grandmas, so I decided to surprise the bf with a romantic dinner. First thing, I needed candles. I quickly drove to the dollar store and bought a set of two maroon coloured candles (closest I could find to red) a set of two flat candle holders.
    The plan was to have B.C crabs, but I didn’t want to buy the crabs too early and cook them too early and have them cold by the time he got home. I decided to to wait until 8 pm to buy the crabs. Silly me, I forgot, chinatown, once it gets dark the stores closes. Both stores that sold the crabs closed at 7, so I was in a dillema. What to do, what to do…
    The only stores left open around the area were restaurants, so I decided to buy half a bbq duck and half a bbq chicken.
    Got home at 8:50 pm, quickly set the tables with the candles, plate full of the duck/chicken, two small bowls of rice, sauces, plates for bones, and two wine glasses filled with blueberry-watermelon juice from Fruitopia.
    Finish setting up the table on time to pick him up at 9 from his training/teaching classes.
    Came home, ate and watched Rocky IV while eating. It was a nice and simple romantic night. :)

    [IMG]http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l32/mercury-star/DSCN2790.jpg[/IMG]

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    #571384
    Avatar of XxgirlfriendxX
    XxgirlfriendxX
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    too pink. i want it blood dripping red. might as well chill with the cow with a bottle of merlot

    #571394
    Avatar of Kaliboy
    Kaliboy
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    [i]Originally posted by Korbelicious[/i]
    Blog your food experience. A pic to accompany would be a plus.

    Dear Diary,

    I’m calling this entry, The Bosses Cut. Why you might ask? Well, last night’s prime rib dinner was delectable. After downing three delicious Blue Moons, my stomach cried out for something that will quench my hunger. The destination of choice was a familiar gathering. The food and service are wonderful. Adrian the bartender was such a cool guy. I’d ask him for a nice cut of prime rib. He brought out something called the Bosses Cut. Somehow I knew Adrian went the extra mile for this piece. The moment I saw it, it was like Christmas all over again. Such a beautiful cut. I never new a piece of meat could be this eye candy. Medium rare and 3 inch thick high. The crust was perfectly seasoned. The center was warm and tender. I rocked my steak knife slowly and as delicate as possible, not to disturb the juices. The mere act of slicing warmed my senses as I anticipate tasting the tender meat on my tongue. If heaven had a taste, this would be it. Basically, I was on cloud nine. The drink of choice at the time was a dirty vodka Gibson martini. Cool, refreshing, and with the sour I come to like in my martinis.

    [img]http://img386.imageshack.us/img386/1895/72547491kn0.jpg[/img]

    Nice pics and nice play by play! The steak looks wonderful! Sounds like you had a nice experience!

    [Message last modified 11-09-2008 04:29am by Kaliboy]

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