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^^^^ Sounds like a great evening Nick! :thumbup:

Looking at the menu, was it one of those where they served the 2 courses from each section at the same time?

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nbg wrote:^^^^ Sounds like a great evening Nick! :thumbup:

Looking at the menu, was it one of those where they served the 2 courses from each section at the same time?

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It was a wonderful evening Neil, and after the original event that we attended earlier in the year with Nathan Outlaw as the guest chef , we just couldn't say no to this. Can't wait for the next one!

The courses were presented one after the other, being cooked by each chef in turn, starting with Kerridge and the whitebait. They assisted each other in the prep/cooking etc and the food was rather yummy! (I have never eaten so much at a tasting menu though!!!)

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Kip wrote:A traditional Thanksgiving feast with my 94 year old mother today.
Very special, my friend. Enjoy it. :thumbup:
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Kip wrote:A traditional Thanksgiving feast with my 94 year old mother today.
Hope you had a wonderful time. A wonderful experience.

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I've had the Tom K tasting menu at his restaurant (called the Kitchin, would you believe!) in Leith, Edinburgh. Probably a bit fancy for me as I'm a relatively plain eater. Sucking the marrow out of a sheep's shin bone was just a little too much for me :lol:

Tonight's dinner was a curry, made by my lovely wife :)
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Peruvian turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, and skillet apple pie.

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Fish soup, olive bread, tapenade, Camembert, Roquefort and Côtes du Rhône.
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Homemade pea and ham soup .
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Homemade fish pie followed by a mince pie with custard.
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^^^Sounds handsome.

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A thick and hearty Somerset stew made with leeks, onions, carrots, garlic, tomatoes, thyme, butter beans, flageolet beans and cider.

Served with parsley and cheddar mash, and a glass (or two) of Languedoc cabernet franc :thumbup:
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An evening at my former employer. A bit less wine than in the good old days, but still a good time.
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nbg wrote:An evening at my former employer. A bit less wine than in the good old days, but still a good time.
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Blimey, that's one hell of a former employer! Wish I could afford to bank there! :)

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