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    Crushed Tortilla Chip Crusted Salmon Croquets


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    Wild caught off the Gulf Coast. Used Zatarain's Crab & Shrimp boil for flavor. Steamed.



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    I overate hella much last Thursday. To say I fell off my dieting bandwagon would be an understatement. My dad took me to a restaurant for my birthday and I gorged myself so much that I honestly felt a bit physically ill!

    Ame Restaurant in the St. Regis hotel in the city; recently earned one Michelin star in their 2012 guide

    What'd I have?

    App #1

    Ceviche of Amberjack
    with Avocado, Ruby Grapefruit, Charred Fresno Chili and Lime Salt
    [not mentioned on the menu but it also had very small tapioca pearls that at first I mistook for caviar. Decent but nothing to write home about]

    App #2

    Raviolo of Pheasant with Petit Ragout of Sweetbreads,
    Chanterelles and Umbrian Summer Truffles
    [absolutely amazing and delicious!]



    Entree

    Grilled Brandt Family Ranch NY Strip Steak
    with Goat Cheese and Eggplant “Lasagna”,
    Basil Scented Squash Puree and Romesco Sauce
    [also very nom nom]




    Dessert #1 (mine)

    Stone Fruit Pie with Noyau Ice Cream and Caramel Sauce
    [Today's fruit was peaches. Totally tasty, wanted a lot more]





    Dessert #2 (shared with my dad)

    Assortment of Domestic Artisan Cheeses with Seasonal Condiments
    [very yummy!! From right-to-left: sheep's milk hard cheese; cow milk bleu cheese; cow milk camembert-style cheese. Sheep's milk cheese accompanied with toasted, spicy pecans. Bleu accompanied by fig jam. Camembert with apple slices. All of 'em served with thin toast point things]





    Dad's dessert

    Buttermilk Panna Cotta
    with Summer Berries and Raspberry Marshmallows
    [I tried a bite and it was every bit as good as mine, but I know he likes panna cotta's so I let him nom it ]


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    Just found this epic thread. I'm always taking photos of meals I've made and will regularly post pictures for ya. I want to actually start it off with this video recipe of probably the tastiest burger I've ever had, my friend came over to cook one day and made this burger called the Three-O! You gotta make this!

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    Here are some from the past that I've found in my phone.

    Fiesta-Lime Chicken with Avocado atop Risotto with a spread of Sour Cream and Sriracha
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    Sammich! (Fried Egg, Turkey, Ham, Peppered-Salami, Avocado, Tomato, Raw Onion, Pâté Spread and Loaf of Bread)
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    Meh.
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    Filet Mignon wrapped with Bacon in a Pinot Noir sauce with assorted Mushrooms.
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    Wedge Salads (Sweet Onion and Tomato relish, Blue Cheese crumbles, Blue Cheese Vinaigrette, and a Balsamic reduction drizzle)
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    An Asian Beef Stirfry
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    Burnt Calamari Salad (In the style of New Zealand where they burn everything)
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    I'm gonna go eat now.

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    WOW-- great lookin burgers!

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    Om noms Saturday night were incredible. This was the final celebratory food nomming for my b-day: mom took me to Fleur de Lys in the city. Felt wrong to take pics there so y'all will have to make do with descriptions

    Amuse bouche:

    Cream of artichoke soup with shaved carrots, microthin slice of spec-ham and a tiny drop of pea puree in a soup spoon

    Appetizer:

    BAEKEOFFE OF ESCARGOTS & TRUFFLES
    Accented with a garlic & basil broth
    Parsley salad and homemade brioche “snail”

    Basically, escargot & truffle broth/soup with garlic & basic in a small earthenware/ceramic pot, lidded, and then the edges of the lid were sealed with puff pastry, and baked. Served with salad & brioche "snail" which at first I mistook for a mushroom, it was that artistically prepared.

    Fish:

    JUMBO LOUISIANA PRAWNS
    Cream of artichoke, citrus salad, porcini oil, served with a tangerine sauce

    Very large butterflied prawn in the above sauces. My mom had toasted bacon brioche served with her fish course, but since she doesn't eat bacon I got all those noms to myself, and sopped up all the delicious awesome wonderfulness

    Meat:

    SEARED FILET MIGNON WITH A LOBSTER TRUFFLED
    MAC & CHEESE “EN BRIOCHE”
    Accented with a red wine, shallot, thyme bordelaise sauce


    Yea, it was exactly as awesome as that sounds. "En brioche" means that the lobster mac & cheese were cooked inside a brioche pastry shell that formed the miniature serving "bowl" for the mac & cheese

    Cheese:

    ASSORTMENT OF ARTISANAL CHEESES
    Served with a rustic almond & apricot bread


    YUMMY. Also came with a small bowl of mixed nuts & dried fruit drizzled in honey.


    Dessert 1:

    CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE
    Served with cherry and Kirsch ice cream

    Ice cream was fantastic, while the souffle with chocolate creme anglaise... not so much. Thankfully, my failure at ordering a dessert wasn't the end of the meal


    As my mom had pre-warned 'em that it was for my b-day, we also got:


    Dessert 2:

    Raspberry mousse cake with a cylindrical tuile, white chocolate "happy birthday me" thingy and one more thing that I don't recall (omnomnom)


    Dessert 3

    Assortment of petit fours: chocolate truffle rolled in nuts, pistachio mirangue, mini custard tart with raspberries, mini chocolate tart with nuts, etc etc etc.
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    Excellent lineup! You must have been stuffed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XeRo View Post
    Excellent lineup! You must have been stuffed!
    Honestly, I felt fine until the dessert courses were packed away. Since it's a french place, all the portions were really small, but oh so tasty
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    Those of you from the South know all about these...

    WHAT A BURGER!!!


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