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Old 08-07-2022, 06:40 AM
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Not sure what the best meal was neal. Had pink porgies the other nite dwight. Best fish anyone could ever eat. I get them 80 miles offshore in the gulf in 180ft.
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Old 08-07-2022, 09:04 AM
Location: Southwestern, USA, now.
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Probably - lobster, shrimp, perfect steak, salad with blue cheese and wine. ( butter and garlic included in all that!)

MUCH later - cheesecake.
Ending with Grand Marnier so everything digested just fine.
(People don't get how imp these 'digestive' liqueurs are..they do in Europe!)
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Old 08-12-2022, 08:28 PM
Location: So Cal - Orange County
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I had the omakase at Matsuhisa. It was so good. The sushi/sashimi were sooo good. The kobe beef presented with a hot stone to quickly sear it. It was like cotton candy and just melted in the mouth.

The best experience, we bought some Japanese kobe beef earlier this year. Quickly seared and it was very good. What made is good is that the kids really enjoyed it as well. We also had some upper prime ribeyes to go with the meal. Spouse and I drank a 2012 Silver Oak, Napa Valley Cabernet. Everyone was happy and full after a nice meal.

Another good meal earlier this year was on a Disney cruise. Spouse and I ate at Remy (french restaurant). Every course of the meal was just fantastic. Even the bread and butter were very good. We were so full at the end we couldn't even do the cheese course...and I love cheese.
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Old 08-12-2022, 08:43 PM
Location: Colorado
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When I was a teenager we were visiting relatives in Ohio where I was born. My Aunt fixed dinner, she never asked what we wanted and didn't know our favorites but it was amazing. Everything I liked was there, delicious fish (don't know what kind), pierogis, spinach and chocolate pudding for dessert. I told her it was everything I liked but I'm not sure she believed me.
These days I like meals at regular restaurants..Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Texas Roadhouse and others. I don't care for any spicy foods though.
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