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  • Birthday 05/24/1958

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    Woodland Park, NJ

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  1. paryzer

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    Mrs. P made a healthy roasted cauliflower steak topped with sautéed red onions, and roasted shishito and mini peppers on the side. I topped it off with spicy Korean Gochujang sauce to give it a nice kick. It was also marinated in balsamic vinegar to give it a nice char.
  2. paryzer

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    Mrs. P made a very refreshing watermelon salad with feta, mascarpone, pistachios, pickled red onions, arugula, fresh homegrown mint, in a balsamic reduction. It was an excellent start to a crab fest featuring Dungeness crab and Alaskan king crab claws. We had TJ’s sweet potato fries on the side. It all went great with a nice red blend aged in rum barrels.
  3. paryzer

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    Mrs. P prepared another spectacular feast. She made homemade guacamole and chips, deep fried soft shell crabs and shrimp, and BBQ Creole shrimp in the style of Mr. B’s in New Orleans. I could take a bath in that sauce. It all went great with an excellent California red blend and Italian Primitivo.
  4. paryzer

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    Thank you😊 That is Bulgari.
  5. paryzer

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    Mrs. P made a delicious lobster and mushroom pappardelle using gorgeous Two Rivers mushrooms medley we bought from Local 130 Seafood plus $5.99 a pound lobster that is on sale at Shop Rite.It all went great with an excellent Shiraz.
  6. paryzer

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    Mrs. P prepared a gorgeous 2 1/2 pound red snapper that we bought from Local 130 Seafood.
  7. paryzer

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    A few days ago Mrs. P made her famous Rabbit pappardelle with fresh shaved orange zest😋 It went great with a red Zinfandel aged in bourbon barrels.
  8. paryzer

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    Mrs. P made her famous deconstructed duck leg confit taco and guacamole. It went great with a nice Malbec. It’s beginning to look a lot like Spring on the deck.
  9. paryzer

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    The last few days Mrs. P made some excellent fresh Whole black sea bass and filets from Local 130 Seafood in Asbury Park, NJ. I highly recommend them for those living in NJ. During normal times they deliver to some of the top restaurants in NJ, and now they have been delivering to regular customers, usually within 24 hours. https://local-130-seafood-online-shop.myshopify.com/collections/whats-fresh
  10. paryzer

    Supper

    Mrs. P made wild caught bigeye tuna (from Local 130 Seafood) two ways; tartare and black and white sesame seed crusted. We had sugar snap peas, snow peas, seaweed, ginger, soy, and wasabi on the side. The tartare was mixed with avocado, red onions, toasted black and white sesame seeds, and soy sauce.
  11. paryzer

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    During the week we received some beautiful fresh caught seafood from Local 130 Seafood. I placed an online order on Tuesday night, and Wednesday before noon a Local 130 Seafood delivery truck was in front of my home. Very impressive. I highly recommend them for those living in NJ. They used to deliver to all of the high end restaurants in NJ, but with the lockdown have pivoted to delivering to regular customers. We ordered whole red snapper, black bass fillets, and wild caught Big Eye tuna. One night Mrs. P made some outstanding crispy sautéed black sea bass with capers, vermouth, butter, and various fresh herbs. The other night she made delicious roasted whole red snapper with garlic, fresh herbs, minced peppers and capers, and vermouth among other ingredients.
  12. I got the exact same DM from Pink Pig’s scam Instagram account. They opened a scam account under pinkpignycc (they added an extra c). That certainly was surreal.
  13. paryzer

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    Mrs. P made an awesome arugula salad with grilled shrimp and fennel that also included minced garlic, lemon juice, salt, paprika, pine nuts, olive oil, oranges, mini peppers, crispy duck cracklings, radishes, and balsamic
  14. That's the good thing about living in NJ; all of the BYO restaurants. That reduces the price of a nice meal to $100 to $150 per COUPLE. I would rather pay more for food then triple or quadruple the price of a bottle of wine. Granted the food might not be as avant garde as NYC but at least it is affordable.
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