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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Chinese Catsup

Chinese catsup is the original catsup.  So, you wouldn't say it's like chinese ketchup or catsup, you would say it's like catsup or ketchup.  If you were referring to tomato ketchup, you would say tomato ketchup, like the brits will say, or american ketchup.

Anyway, I need to catch up!



Shrimp and andouille sausage gumbo that the FP made.




This was our Mardi Gras Day crab and shimps boil.  Delicious.  Talk about fat Tuesday...








Here is the Bacchus Sunday brunch shrimp etouffee the FP made with a very lovely poached egg.  It was a little warm that day, but it did not deter us from enjoying our wonderful brunch on the lanai.






Not the best pictures, but I'll try to decipher them.  So, Sunday night, my BFF was in town and she took a bunch of us sailing.  After being on the boat and sitting on the dock drinking, we went to dinner, since it was one of the crew's birthday.




Here's the BFF's gnocchi with mozzarella and basil.





Here is Noel's calamari.  He was really really fucked up.  He ate maybe a couple pieces of it, and then when he went to the bathroom, three of us descended on it and ate the rest.  We didn't want it to go to waste!  The tomato sauce at this place was really good.  Nice stuff.  I can't remember the name of the restaurant though.  Big help I am!  Oh, oh, I remember.... Cantina!  Is that an Italian name?  It was an Italian restaurant, though.






This was Alana's tagliatelle with pink mushroom sauce.  I didn't taste it, but it sure looks cheesy and creamy!  This is something that my mouth might enjoy, but my stomach, small intestines, colon bowels and anus might not appreciate as much.






This was the lasagna that I had.  Well, three of us got it.  It was really good.  The pasta sheets were thin thin.  And there were several layers.  Although, there was a lot of cheese and there could have been more meat.  But it was still good.  That tomato sauce really made the dish.







And guess who got this?!?  The Food Pimp of course.  What is it, you ask?  Spaghetti and Meatball.  One big meatball.  It was so big, yet it was kind of dry.  The FP was a little disappointed in the meatball, but I thought it had a good flavor.  But, once again, the tomato sauce and the al dente pasta soaking up the sauce really made the dish.  



Yum.  I love tomato sauce.  Funnily enough, we are having spaghettini and tomato sauce with Italian sausage from the local Italian market, Doris'.  Yum.  Can't wait for dinner.

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