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What I ate today - the food thread

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Slow roasted leg of lamb is today's wood oven offering. Rubbed with olive oil, lemon juice and oregano with a few garlic cloves pushed into the flesh. Don't let the oven go above 150 Celsius and cook for a tad under 2 hours per kg.

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Slow roasted leg of lamb is today's wood oven offering. Rubbed with olive oil, lemon juice and oregano with a few garlic cloves pushed into the flesh. Don't let the oven go above 150 Celsius and cook for a tad under 2 hours per kg.

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That looks just amazing, and as a slow cooked lamb fan I know it tasted amazing too.
 

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Dinner at my favourite French restaurant in Melbourne, France Soir.

Calamari Basque style with chorizo and jalapenos
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Steak tartare
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and today (by far the better meal), on my way back to the office aboard my chauffeur driven bus.

I had the prawns + satay plus the barramundi.

Guy next to me exploded both his cherry tomatoes - thankfully getting himself and fellow on the other side. Too late to tech him the art of piercing them gently

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Earlier Mother's Day lunch at Donovans - a favourite of mine

Steak tartare
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Chicken Liver Parfait
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Beef Cheek
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Delicious as always and a great Melbourne institution.
 

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Earlier Mother's Day lunch at Donovans - a favourite of mine
Beef Cheek
Delicious as always and a great Melbourne institution.
Looks absolutely fabulous.

(your beef must not have been very big to have such small cheeks. :rolleyes: Maybe it was from a Vealer?)

On a similar subject - it is disappointing when a menu lists lamb shanks, and you only get a single shank.....
 

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Looks absolutely fabulous.

(your beef must not have been very big to have such small cheeks. :rolleyes: Maybe it was from a Vealer?)

On a similar subject - it is disappointing when a menu lists lamb shanks, and you only get a single shank.....
The beef cheeks were small but luckily everything else about it was great.
 

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Beef steak with mushroom sauce.

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There's also kungpow chicken and some sort of bland prawn dish on the plate.

The beef steak was quite nice and just the way I like it cooked, without herbs and spices.
 

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Dinner last night with @boomy at DoubleTree Melbourne restaurant, with their new menu (forgot to get photo of it :():

Really nice and I’d go back [plus got a free bottle of red wine (Little Leaf) to go with it]

Barramundi with a side of shoestring fries

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Dessert: parfait IIRC

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