Well, this was hardly done, I believe. In India, I had this wonderful shrimp biryani at this really neat restaurant that was outdoors. The boy whoever fakes the best death wins the game. It's not only about the food but it is , it's also about the service and the whole experience. The ad manager wanted me to review some hole-in-the-wall restaurant attached to a bowling alley, in order to get the owners to buy a small ad in the paper.
I've heard of chocolate with chicken, but strawberry jam? On the last night there, Saturday night, we cooked one of the best things I've ever had. The chicken on the slice fell off as I chewed it slowly, savoring its taste. What made the meal the worst ever was that over at another table the patrons were all drunk and the language was just awful. We spent most of the day talking about everything that took place since we last saw each other, and all the while the aroma of the food being cooked kept my nose engrossed. Could tell the cook was in a bad mood on any given day because we'd get this bland tomato based sauce with chunks of nutolene through it served over soggy over-boiled pasta.
There were chunks of pineapple and green pepper in with the liver, so I spent a lot of time cutting them into tiny pieces and chewing, chewing, chewing. And it's just incredible and I've tried, you know, buying mangoes here. And I want to ask you both a little bit more about what Caron mentioned as the whole experience that makes you remember a meal, the ambience, the service. Only room for about 3 small tables on the open air patio. The best dish, I would like to say is five colour Steamed sticky rice. Kayleigh and I had planned for that celebration for quite a long time then, and we anticipated a great one to happen that night. But those are my favorite memories, definitely.
I never was a picky or fussy eater. And in the summers, they — her family rented a house in Jersey and I went with them periodically. Well, I guess as long as you liked it and ate it. Took our boat down to Marathon and camped out at this place that had a little restaurant on the premises. By the time I was finished, I was leaning on the table, my belly was noticeably rounder, and I was groaning for my mother. And so she cooks Swiss and so forth. The crust outside was nice and crisp, yet the meat was tender and succulent inside.
Finally, after almost an hour, all of us had finished our meal, and kept complimenting my aunt on what an amazing meal it was and what a great cook she is. When we return, we'll continue to talk about the best meals you ever had, great restaurant meals, home cooking, outside of San Diego, around the world. This was due to the way theatre and television portrayed it to the public, and like naïve children America ate it up. I wonder what kind of impact the slow food movement, because I think of that coming from Italy, has had on our appreciation of good food. In my work role my duties are as follow; Punctuality To turn up to work on time wearing correct uniform , hair tied up, minimal make up, and no jewellery. I think I teared up a bit by just looking at the menu.
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I do like steak occasionally, if it's done really well done and with a grilled prawn skewer on the side. When I graduated from college, I moved to New York and I had a wonderful boss. To me, more important, you can indeed sit all by yourself and focus on some fabulous, fabulous dish. Not only was the food good but also the company. And they have different stuffing for different — so you have to look at a menu and they have like barbeque pork or beef or cold cut meat, all different kind of stuffing.
In April this year, I was on my way to Frankfort. The most memorable meal I ever had was one that by grandmother made a few years ago. We have to go and eat something now. Please use only your first name. One unfortunate day, the cafeteria ran short on its canned Chow Mein.
The meal that is most memorable to me is the only one that I have ever gotten a food coma from: an unlimited sushi buffet in a neighboring town. I was 16 years old, went camping on family land in the mountains with my uncle who was around 30 at the time. With both of them, the emphasis is on, you know, fresh, local seasonal foods, and if you go to Chino Farms, you'll see that, you know, Georges has got a spot where they prepare all of the products that they're going to give to them for that day and Trey goes and picks them up himself. And part of the reason for that is the cost to enjoyment ratio. That was one and it was just something, that brown bread.
The answer is no, because so many American people are obese. The fish is the taco. And we went out with the — my husband and I went out with a guide and one of the women was making soup and we pulled up alongside her boat and she had a little fire on this boat and it was rocking away and she — and I ordered the soup. And will you ever be able to re-create that experience again. It was the only time she ever let us leave the table without finishing our meal and the smell stunk in the house for days. These naturally colorful leaves will then be used to make the wonderful sticky rice that enchants everyone.