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Old 06-19-2007, 09:27 AM
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Here are some pics from a dinner this past weekend.
First course: Shrimp Scampi
Second: Clams and Chorizo in a light tomato broth
Third:Calamari with a sesame ginger drizzle (no photo)
Fourth:Rib eyes with sea salt and black pepper over the Tuscan grill
and plenty of homemade Sangria
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Old 06-19-2007, 02:59 PM
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Buonissimo. The Scampi are killer. Did you use really good olive oil? Could you taste it?

And those are nice sear marks.

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Thanks for the compliment! Actually the olive oil i used was homemade by a family friend from Greece.
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Can't beat that.
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You sound like a guy that knows how to live! Its 5:30 am but you got my mouth watering with your pics. Only thing missing was some nice crusty homemade bread. I love this time of year as I dig clams a few times a week, the basil is ready tomatoes & eggplants will be ready in another month... Despite my name I must have some Italian in my blood somewhere.
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