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    the demon lover @ 900 grayson in berkeley, ca


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    A chinese All-you-can-eat buffet.
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    The meals I've been having in the last couple of days have been pretty fantastic.

    The night before last (traditional pub):

    Traditional mixed platter - mini cold pork pies, sausage rolls, gherkins, olives, farmhouse cheese, salami
    Roast pork belly with apple sauce, Yorkshire pudding, mashed potato crisped in the deep fryer and minted peas.
    6 pints of beer. Can't remember what they were tbh...

    Yesterday for lunch (a more touristy pub):

    A massive double decker specialty burger with lettuce and fries + one pint of beer, a ruby ale.

    Last night (a pub with Mediterranean influence):

    A selection of breads and dips
    Duck leg with red wine jus, mashed potato again, eggplant and mixed nuts.
    4 pints of beer. One ruby ale, one brown ale, one blonde ale and one pilsner.

    Oh yeah, and lunch today at a proper French cafe:

    A croque monsieur with a drink of lemon juice and fresh mint mixed with water, and then a double-chocolate gateau for dessert (it was was amazing and I took a picture, shame it wasn't on my laptop)

    F*ck expensive restaurants. Pubs have way more character, you get bigger servings and the food is just as good but way cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    The meals I've been having in the last couple of days have been pretty fantastic.

    The night before last (traditional pub):

    Traditional mixed platter - mini cold pork pies, sausage rolls, gherkins, olives, farmhouse cheese, salami
    Roast pork belly with apple sauce, Yorkshire pudding, mashed potato crisped in the deep fryer and minted peas.
    6 pints of beer. Can't remember what they were tbh...

    Yesterday for lunch (a more touristy pub):

    A massive double decker specialty burger with lettuce and fries + one pint of beer, a ruby ale.

    Last night (a pub with Mediterranean influence):

    A selection of breads and dips
    Duck leg with red wine jus, mashed potato again, eggplant and mixed nuts.
    4 pints of beer. One ruby ale, one brown ale, one blonde ale and one pilsner.

    Oh yeah, and lunch today at a proper French cafe:

    A croque monsieur with a drink of lemon juice and fresh mint mixed with water, and then a double-chocolate gateau for dessert (it was was amazing and I took a picture, shame it wasn't on my laptop)

    F*ck expensive restaurants. Pubs have way more character, you get bigger servings and the food is just as good but way cheaper.



    Double chocolate gateau ? I bet was quite creamy
    Do you know the Tropézienne (brioche) and The Mille feuilles (literally 1000 leafs) ?
    And if you'd like to explore Serendipity in cooking, there is the very famous Tarte Tatin (made with apple but... upside down)

    We have croque monsieur but also croque madame of course !
    Why should a guy be eaten and not a lady (I saw some prefer to eat pussy)
    Croque monsieur made of ham and cheese, croque madame made of eggs and tomatoes.

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    For the ones who wanna try them, here are the recipes !
    It is very easy to make for lunch, + you don't need to put the oven on, just having a good grill is enough.

    For the translation I'm sure you will be fine, I was lazy to look for them in english
    That's to begin with french food so that's a fair excuse isn't it ?

    Living in the south of France, I must admit Mediterranenan stuffs should have a really good influence on the belly As for the seasoning, Olive oil and basil, thym, garlic and herbes de provence are part of the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    the demon lover @ 900 grayson in berkeley, ca

    Ahhh chicken and waffles. Ghetto fabulous. What kind of sauce is that on the left? It looks like such creamy goodness.


    Quote Originally Posted by ExNinjaTropPervertie View Post
    We have croque monsieur but also croque madame of course ! Why should a guy be eaten and not a lady (I saw some prefer to eat pussy)
    LoL

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Pussy.
    Very class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    Very class.

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    Oh I suddenly thought about the movie "Trouble every day" (Claire Denis being the director) in which one Beatrice Dalle literrally eats tongues and dicks. Fascinated by cannibalism, her collegue will try the same. On a girl.
    After the steak tartar is born now, in the sweet year 2014, the pussy tartar.

    For a real appreciation of french food, I'd advise you not to eat your croque monsieur/madame while watching this movie
    Oh shit ! Speaking of french movies is irrelevent here.
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    Red deer meat prepared in a famous michelin star restaurant.

    The meat literally melted in my mouth. The taste was so rich, very well prepared, a slight grilly taste, good seasoning but not too much and my mouth is watering just remembering the meal i ate there.
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    Roasted seaweed is my favorite snack.

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