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Valentines menu.....

Joel FermanJoel Ferman Posts: 243
edited 9:27AM in EggHead Forum
Well I found out it looks like I am going to have to make and eat TWO valentines dinners. My g/f has to work until 11:00pm and probably won't get here until close to midnight, but my roomates lady friend is going to be here at 7ish with one of her friends (so it isn't just the 3 of us eating).[p]So for the first dinner, I am thinking Cornish gamehens with a nice coating of rub, honey and brown sugar, stuffed with medallioned potato's, rosemary, garlic, herbs and bacon wrapped scallops. Then serve the hens on a bed of wild rice with some lemon rosemary sauce drizzled around it for effect. For dessert I think I am going to go with espresso creampuffs.[p]For the second dinner for just my g/f and I, I think I am going to go with 2 2 inch costco fillet mignon's cooked TRex syle (20 min rest) wrapped in bacon, and serve with some polenesian garlic shrimp and baked potato's. For dessert I am thinking something light, like a cherry carmel flan, or something to that effect.[p]I'll take pics (if no one gets pissed ;-0) and post them the following night.
-Joel

Comments

  • Joel Ferman,[p]Please, post the pictures. I always enjoy looking at them. Seems you be eating some of the finest grub around.[p]Robert

  • Robert,
    Thanks, I appreciate your kind words. I'll do my best, but sometimes I get in trouble when I "ruin the moment" and spend 5-10 minutes takin' pics of the food at different angles :-)
    -Joel

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