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  1. You should probably do a better job moderating. Later.
  2. I wasn't pretending to speak for you. I don't even know you, and I wouldn't want to.
  3. TaliesinNYC

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    Brussels sprouts, mushrooms, ricotta salata Pork chops, with anchovy and green tomatoes, with roasted heirloom potatoes
  4. I'm only going by what I read on his Twitter feed. Feel free to ignore me if what I say bothers you. I won't mind.
  5. As for Vetri's rants, his big thing is a disdain for gluten-intolerant people. Splinky would really love him. Not.
  6. I had to unfollow him recently because he tweeted something that was political in nature, or maybe it was that he retweeted something that someone else tweeted, then someone who posts on eGullet who I didn't think would have been on Twitter replied. The fastest way to get me to unfollow anyone is for that person to tweet about politics and religion. I get enough of that on Facebook. If Mario B tweets about politics, I haven't seen them yet, but I'd dump him too if I came across it. I tweet about food 100% of the time on Twitter, and that's all I want to talk and read about on that service. Unfortunately sometimes reality doesn't work like I want it to... ETA oh I remember now what it was... Charming guy.
  7. Poached egg, carrot butter, white truffle Seedless grapes Black olive baguette, olive oil, sea salt
  8. I think it's the regular kind. They're supposedly testing other flavors: rainbow sherbet Mountain Dew and mango habanero.
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    Black olive baguette with carrot "butter", ricotta salata, pistachio and crystallized ginger Carrot "butter": sea salt 5 large carrots, peeled, trimmed and sliced into coins thyme sprigs 2 tsp. honey 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil freshly milled black pepper Bring a pot of lightly salted water to a boil; add carrots and thyme sprigs. Lower heat to medium. Simmer until carrots are easily pierced with a fork. When carrots are done, drain, discard thyme sprigs, then transfer carrots to a food processor. Add honey, olive oil and a pinch of black pepper. Process until carrots are a smooth purée. Taste for salt and pepper, then use as desired. Pan-fried flounder Caramelized fairy tale eggplant with spicy tomato chutney and mint
  10. My first question is: "Why?" My next question is: "Can we have a rethink on the name?" http://www.theverge.com/tldr/2014/11/7/7175765/pepsi-admits-to-testing-doritos-flavored-mountain-dew-on-human
  11. There are some other chefs on Twitter who could use a filter blocker ... and I am not referring to Joe Dobias even though he comes to mind immediately. People like Marc Vetri, for instance.
  12. today: ricotta cheese, flounder, grapes, onions, mushrooms, green tomatoes, eggs seems like it's a grab-bag of stuff, right? but there's a method to that madness...
  13. Probably won't eliminate it but it would do much to correct what is very often a severe power imbalance between servers and employers/customers.
  14. More like concerted action by a coalition of associations opposed to trade groups like the other NRA. That being said, because of the makeup of the current Congress and also because of the gerrymandering that occurred as a result of the 2010 census, you can pretty much forget about that idea for the next 6 years.
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