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Dru

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For sure, can't stop watching it.
Sadly, I've been a number of David's restaurants here in NYC over the past 6 years and they don't live up to the hype. He's better at creating content than he is at being a restaurateur

I bought brussels yesterday, because they looked good. But i have no idea, how to eat them

What can i do with them? Google tells me boiling in hot water or roast them with eggs... any experiences?
I did not grow up eating brussel sprouts. They were never featured in our household. But the best way to prep I've come across is from a japanese place I used to frequent in TX

https://www.atasteofkoko.com/recipes/fried-brussels-sprouts-recipe
 

suligodsilla

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I bake them, they end up crispy and banging. Some olive oil, salt and pepper is all you need

https://www.wellplated.com/oven-roasted-brussels-sprouts/
Nice, will try that also!

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Sadly, I've been a number of David's restaurants here in NYC over the past 6 years and they don't live up to the hype. He's better at creating content than he is at being a restaurateur



I did not grow up eating brussel sprouts. They were never featured in our household. But the best way to prep I've come across is from a japanese place I used to frequent in TX

https://www.atasteofkoko.com/recipes/fried-brussels-sprouts-recipe
Nice, thank you!

Okay, cool thread!
 

Bjerknes

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I bought brussels yesterday, because they looked good. But i have no idea, how to eat them

What can i do with them? Google tells me boiling in hot water or roast them with eggs... any experiences?
I usually place some bacon in a cast iron skillet and add the brussell sprouts with garlic, sale and pepper, then add a little bit of red wine and red wine vinegar. Get them slightly charred on top and add a little butter.
 

Bjerknes

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You’re in DC right? Do you have any recommendations for good Thai food?
I'm in the western suburbs of DC but used to go into the city a lot before Covid. The best Thai food I've ever had in the US was at Little Serow, they do Northern Thai and half the dishes are not just Thai spicy but blazing hot. One of my favorite places I've ever been to. The second choice I have for Thai is Thai Crossing. You just pay a fixed rate and the chef makes you whatever he wants. Both are great.

https://www.littleserow.com/
https://www.thaix-ing.com/
 

Fab Fragment

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Anyone here been to a Salt Bae restaurant? I got to dine at one while in Dubai. Excellent food, ambience. I got to talk to the waiter about Demiral - the waiter was over the moon.

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They were planning on opening one in Dallas.
 

Fab Fragment

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Haven't been to the one in NYC because it's more hype than anything else IMO (perfect for dallas :p )
Come on man, we are not that hick.

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BTW, there is this restaurant in Amarillo called the Big Texan Steak Ranch for its 72 oz steaks. Man, I'm salivating just thinking about it.
 

suligodsilla

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Gave the brussels with other vegetables and chicken fillet in the oven. Also like you guys said, everywhere butter. It was not bad. I gave only pepper and salt over the whole stuff, are there any other spices that i could use for the next time?
 

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