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Dishes like those are all about taste and less about aesthetics. I'd eat it if papa @ABDeL would put it on the dinner table.

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cmon abdel

 

even plov looks a mile better then this

 

Properly cooked plov is great. Though that's more uzbek then middle eastern.

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That dish actually looks pretty good compared to other middle-eastern food I've eaten. I've been pleasantly surprised by the taste of muck-looking food.

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I've been pleasantly surprised by the taste of muck-looking food.

To be fair, you're from the UK: most of your food looks like muck.

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To be fair, you're from the UK: most of your food looks like muck.

I'll have you find that Haggis is muck of the highest calibre.

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Its only as common in the middle east as bacon in the US. MashedFavaBeanswithOliveOilLemonJuiceGarlic_Foul-Mudammas.jpg

Fool, good stuff. Better with some hardboiled eggs. Also I thought this was a wine thread.

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Its only as common in the middle east as bacon in the US. MashedFavaBeanswithOliveOilLemonJuiceGarlic_Foul-Mudammas.jpg

 

Looks like something you'd see at a taqueria.

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Also I thought this was a wine thread.

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Y'all heard of Kendall-Jackson? It's a Californian brand I refer to as Housewife Cordial. Every woman in my family and their gurrlfriends goes for it. I tried the cabernet-sauvignon once and it was like drinking grapes soaked in tears mixed with antifreeze.

 

Supposedly it's well-regarded, but... yeah. Would be interesting to see if anyone else here's heard of it.

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7111c_Kendall-Jackson-Collection.jpg

Y'all heard of Kendall-Jackson? It's a Californian brand I refer to as Housewife Cordial. Every woman in my family and their gurrlfriends goes for it. I tried the cabernet-sauvignon once and it was like drinking grapes soaked in tears mixed with antifreeze.

 

Supposedly it's well-regarded, but... yeah. Would be interesting to see if anyone else here's heard of it.

 

Heard of, tried it, and don't bother with.

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I know a winery sommelier who secretly says wine comes in such a wide and distinct variety that there's not really such thing as a strictly good wine. I tried the Chardonnay (fairly sure? It was a little while ago) and it wasn't my thing but I could somewhat understand the appeal.

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Geez, finally, thread has been rerailed to wine again. Bloody uncultured savages talking about beans. Also @VanDenDale nothing at all special about that brand. Also anyone tried Zanata Winery? Based on Vancouver Island I went there for mothers day, enjoyed some fine Pinot Nero and ate braised duck legs and a purple Congolese potato puree. [ATTACH=full]6388[/ATTACH]

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[quote name='nodle']Geez, finally, thread has been rerailed to wine again. Bloody uncultured savages talking about beans. Also @VanDenDale nothing at all special about that brand. Also anyone tried Zanata Winery? Based on Vancouver Island I went there for mothers day, enjoyed some fine Pinot Nero and ate braised duck legs and a purple Congolese potato puree. [ATTACH=full]6388[/ATTACH][/QUOTE] I haven't tried it but we could make it a thing on our Canada trip.

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