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Old 02-04-2012, 04:31 PM   #799
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We had dinner at Fish Story in Napa.......,

OK, they didn't have food like that when I was there! Actually I pretty much grew up in Sonoma (Yea, Sonoma Valley Draggons) and enjoyed the annual Vintage festival (Do they still do that?), and had several Aunt's & Uncle's live in Napa.

Hope you guys get your photo's recovered, I personally know how frustrating to lose once in a life time photos, b/c of "photographic gremlins".

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Homemade MaidRites with dill pickle and red onion; crispy apple slump. Good on a foggy, chilly, February evening. MaidRites are great to make ahead before an Airstream trip, freeze in pint packs for quick on-the-road meals. ~G Some people call MaidRite type sandwiches "loose meat." Not so appealing a name to me!
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Old 02-10-2012, 01:14 AM   #801
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We had tri tip on January 29th with Gemma's family.

We picked up two tri tips from Buckhorn Grill and made sandwiches. Well most of us had sandwiches, Gemma had tri tip with rice.

Images below of the tri tip, some Roadhouse onions and our nephew, Christian's tri tip sandwich with Buckhorn's Red Ranch sauce (really close up).
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Old 02-10-2012, 02:32 AM   #802
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January 30th and 31st

We had leftovers on January 30th - tri tip.

On January 31st we had dinner at Lark Creek Steak, Lark Creek Steak Dinner Menu

The kitchen sent out a small glass of butternut squash soup with a vadouvan (fancy French word for curry) flan, crispy rice (yup, rice crispies) and micro cilantro greens.

Murray had the Little Gem wedge salad. Gemma had the crab salad with Persian cucumbers and avocados.

We both had a truffle burger with fries WITH bernaise sauce. Best fries ever. Don't let their thickness fool you. They were crispy on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside. At lunchtime you can get a burger with fries AND a shake.

Toffee almond crunch cake with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream for dessert.
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Oh, but wait, we forgot!

We also had some home made chocolate cake with milk chocolate frosting on January 29th.

The image below was taken on January 30th. Leftovers. With vanilla ice cream.
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Chocolate cake with milk chocolate frosting. Vanilla ice cream. Picture below.
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Fresh grilled corn on the cob, skirt steak and a salad...
Simple but so good near an Airstream!
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January 28th

Looks like we missed posting an image of what we had for dinner on January 28th.

We had cabbage and potato soup with salt pork. Served over rice.
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Can we post lunch images?

We're going to.

On January 31st Gemma had shrimp curry and a mixed greens salad with a mint chutney dressing from a food truck. Tandoori Chicken USA Mobile

Wednesday we had sisig, Sisig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia from HapaSF, another food truck. HapaSF We've never had it before and wanted to see what all the fuss was about. Now we know.

Today we're having baloney sandwiches for lunch at Chez Gemma et Murray.

Images of the shrimp curry and sisig. No image of the baloney sandwich - we figure you know what that looks like.
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Camped at Borrego Palm Canyon Campground in Anza-Borrego State Park. Just went to the farmer's market in Borrego Springs and bought some awesome avocado tamales and salsa. I'll add some refried beans and chips and maybe make a margarita. Since it is 84 degrees out currently, we might be eating on the picnic table.
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We are camped at Borrego Palm Canyon campground in Anza-Borrego State Park. Just returned from the Friday farmer's market in Borrego Springs with a bunch of avocado tamales and salsa. I'll add some refried beans and chips and since it is 84 degrees out, we'll probably dine on the picnic table this evening.
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Ribeye steak (marinated in a gallon plastic bag with soy sauce, canadian steak seasoning), campfire vegetables, sliced pepper jack cheese, and a small salad.

The campfire veggies are turnips, sweet potatoes, red onion, and idaho potatoes cubed and put into tin foil with brown sugar and butter. We wrap them all up in foil and put them on the grill for 15 minutes a side over low-medium heat, then let them steam and cool in the foil until the steaks are done.
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Just Messin' Around

We were testing recipes last Sunday, February 19th.

Murray made crisp Muscovy duck breasts with cilantro sticky rice topped with fried shallots, grilled pineapple relish, red Thai curry coconut sauce and roasted red pepper coulis.

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Carnaval!

Yesterday, in celebration of Carnaval, we had feijoada. Brazil's national dish - black beans with ham hocks, served with the traditional accompaniments: deep fried julienned collard greens (if you're gonna eat some -this is a great way to do it) and orange segments. All served over rice.
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