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  • Birthday 08/29/1968

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    Rockville, MD

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  1. Agreed, at least compared to Five Guys (I’ve never eaten at In-and-Out). Onion rings are really good, especially dipped with ranch dressing. Also Five Guys prices seem steep in comparison.
  2. Don, the biscuit I ate didn’t have ham and the sweet element was very restrained. The pimento cheese was a little odd, but didn’t overwhelm the chicken like I thought it would. It was very mild. Plus, I’m on vacation and the weather’s been gorgeous, which makes everything taste better.
  3. For those needing a biscuit fix, Viscious Biscuit just opened in Mt. Pleasant. I really enjoyed the chicken biscuit with pimento cheese. Fun place.
  4. We had a great meal for our 25th Anniversary the other week at Komi. Service was personalbe and professional. Highlights were the amberjack with berebere, the grilled watermelon, stuffed dates, corn tortellini, and of course the goat. I don’t know how they got corn that sweet in the tortellini. Also, bergamot soda was great for this non-drinker. My only question was the mild flavor in the Italian summer truffle for the pasta course. I was expecting something funkier. Kudos to Komi!
  5. I was really annoyed when they didn’t have the pork and broccoli rabe sandwich because that was not seasonal. Yes, get rid of one of your most popular sandwiches for an extended period. I’ll miss the risotto balls. Good luck to the hard working employees.
  6. We just got back from a week in Copenhagen. Not a gourmet trip since we were with the two kids (11 and 13). Still,we had a nice date night meal out one night and other good meals. We stayed at townhouse in Vesterbro, around the corner from Pony. The best meal we had was at BOB (BioMio Organic Bistro). This restaurant was in the Meat Packing District and had a special where if the table orders the same thing, the meal is around $300 DK per person. The wife and I enjoyed the Norwegian Lobster (small up charge), the Danish beef, and a cheesecake in jar that tasted like a peanut butter
  7. Porcupine, Sheba is in the same plaza as Amina Thai on the corner of Nicholson and Nebel Streets, near White Flint Mall. The lunch menu offered vegetable and meat samplers as well as other entrees, most if not all for under $10. Despite being mentioned in the Washington Post in the Wednesday Food Section, the place was not too busy last Friday afternoon. I am not an expert on Ethiopian, but found the food quite enjoyable as did my wife who had the veg sampler. It tasted "authentic" given the heat level. The injera was only part teff, but you can pay extra for 100% teff injera. Service w
  8. Sheba the new Ethiopian in Rockville had me in tears, wonderful tears. I had Meat Sampler #2 for lunch, which tasted great. While not a chile head, I handled Little Serow without a problem.
  9. Enjoyed the special for the wife's birthday after watching Skyfall. The sauce with the pompano was great as was the service. Thanks Jeff (and Don)! P.S. you should bottle that sauce!
  10. Chipotle is handing out $5 credit chips to be used at today's market.
  11. Now open but with new hours, 11:00 am - 2:30 pm.
  12. Just goes to show you shouldn't let a Miamian up north. I meant the Fairfield Pepe's which is just by I-95. Thanks June Bacon!
  13. My food processor handle is moldy. I've tried slowly pouring soap and water, bleach, etc. Any advice?
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