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Cast iron skillet!

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Either an outstanding coffee or a salted caramel.

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Where should we eat in DC in December?

Thanks for all the input!

We don't really have a preference. Three of us are up for anything but we have one that is picky. As long as she can get fish somewhere then we're fine.

Obelisk has popped up a few times but I was a bit worried because I couldn't find a website. It is definitely going on the short list.

Has anyone tried Marcel's? Their menu looks good but I don't hear anyone talking about it so I wasn't sure.

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Pizza with pancetta!

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Fresh ground, medium rare home cooked burger with grilled onions and nice sharp cheddar.

What Gross Food Stuff Did You Do as a Kid?

In school I would dip my pizza in ranch dressing. I don't recall it being gross but I'm always given a strange look when I mention it.

I still eat mayo in my black eyed peas and I dip Doritos in french onion dip.

My partner and her sister used to eat sandwiches consisting of bologna, ham, cabbage, peanut butter, mustard, pickles, tomato, miracle whip, bbq loaf and cheese. Turkey sandwiches always had to be in this order "white bread, mustard, turkey, american cheese, peanut butter, white bread"

They also to this day eat peanut butter on their hamburgers.

Lord help us if we have children!

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Any meal where it is just the two of us with no distractions where we can take the time and enjoy each other and the meal.

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Las Vegas eats

Lotus Siam will be the answer you get from almost anyone so I'd definitely try it.

We ate at Sage and D.O.C.G. when we were in Vegas in August and we loved them both. We had the chef's menu at Sage and we enjoyed every course immensely.

At D.O.C.G. we had the D.O.C.G. pizza which was the best I've ever had. The grilled foie gras was amazing as well.

The service at both places was also top notch.

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AHT Giveaway: Case of Pat LaFrieda Burgers

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I usually go very basic. Salt, pepper, maybe garlic on great meat cooked rare with american cheese, fresh onion and tomatoes, and a soft bun with mayo and ketchup.

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Reading for law school. Nothing different :(

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With a sprinkle of sea salt.

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I don't really have a favorite cup. Although I am partial to a set of coffee cups I bought from a dollar store that have a great shape and size and have held up amazingly well for the past 9 years.

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Who amongst us, has the best pickiest eater story?

My mother's best friend will not eat green peas, raisins, ketchup, yogurt, jams/jellies, or fresh fruit. However, she will eat cherry pie, apple pie and drink grape juice. But, no fresh fruit! She also detests Dr. Pepper. If we go out to eat and I order a Dr. Pepper I have to smell her soft drink before she drinks it to ensure they didn't mess up and give her Dr. Pepper.

Where should we eat in DC in December?

My partner and I are traveling to DC in December to get married.

We're only in town for 48 hours but we'd like to have a really nice dinner for 4 on Saturday to celebrate.

I've seen lots of wonderful recommendations for Komi but I don't think the parents will be willing to try a no menu place.

Any recommendations?

Dinner Tonight: Parmesan Chicken Tenders

This recipe from Everyday Food magazine makes chicken tenders healthier by baking them at high heat instead of frying them in oil. Using Japanese panko breadcrumbs mixed with Parmesan (airy and flakier) ensures that despite the baking method, they still have a decent crunch. Sure, baking isn't as delicious as frying, but the process is much easier for a quick dinner, and beats the frozen option by a mile. More

Dinner Tonight: Pasta with Roasted Cauliflower, Chickpeas, and Ricotta

If you've never played around with the possibilities of dry-cooking chickpeas (which is to say, not stewing or pureeing them), I would highly recommend it. Unlike other legumes like beans that don't stand up to high heat, chickpeas have an amazing tendency to turn nutty and crisp in a skillet or when roasted. As it happens, so does cauliflower, which also turns super caramelized and almost meaty. This wonderful intersection is where this recipe is born. More