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Re: Happy birthday, Beaner!

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Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
Smoked mussels, never tried that before, sounds good.

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revbob wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:23pm


Smoked mussels, never tried that before, sounds good.
Neither had I. They were good. Served with creme fraiche and these melba toast things. The ribeye was the start of the show though.
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Re: Happy birthday, Beaner!

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BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 7:18pm
revbob wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:23pm


Smoked mussels, never tried that before, sounds good.
Neither had I. They were good. Served with creme fraiche and these melba toast things. The ribeye was the start of the show though.
That sounds good as hell. Happy birthday!
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
You know how to enjoy life. Happy birthday my good man.
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BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
Not one bean eaten, despite your name. Happy belated!
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Re: Happy birthday, Beaner!

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revbob wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:23pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
Smoked mussels, never tried that before, sounds good.
I've smoked mussels before, did nothing for me.
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Belated Happy BB-day.

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Happy Geburtstag!

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BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
That ribeye sounds phenomenal.

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Re: Happy birthday, Beaner!

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BitterTom wrote:
18 Oct 2020, 1:14am
BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
That ribeye sounds phenomenal.
Yeah Im not sure Im worthy of such a thing.

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Re: Happy birthday, Beaner!

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revbob wrote:
18 Oct 2020, 7:37am
BitterTom wrote:
18 Oct 2020, 1:14am
BostonBeaneater wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 6:11pm
Thanks again guys. We're friends with the head chef and gm of the nest steakhouse in town. They hooked us up with a private dinning room where we had a nice dinner. It was our first real dinner out and it was nice to feel sort of normal.

Drinks in order:
Old Fashion
1/2 bottle of wine
A German Pilsner
2 - Rusty Nails

Dinner:
Smoked Mussels
Tuna Tartar
A 100 day aged Ribeye
Creamed Spinach

Dessert:
Milk and Cookies
That ribeye sounds phenomenal.
Yeah Im not sure Im worthy of such a thing.
I'm not worthy of rump!

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Happy belated, BBE!
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!
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