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Celebration Meal after a Jackpot win?

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Posted: July 15, 2007, 2:01 am - IP Logged

 I have high blood sugar so I don't have that much choice. Maybe Souplantation or Sushi? I can't eat a lot of starch so I can't even eat sushi that much. Also I have to restrain on meat and stuff.

how's about some sushimi? that's just fish and it's actually what I prefer when I go to the sushi bar.

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    Posted: July 15, 2007, 2:05 am - IP Logged

    I would go to nice Indian Restaurant and have a feast.

    And maybe make it a habit. 

    I would be tempted to go the Asian Village in Edmonton and have one of their Mahrajah Rooms, However Indian is not my wife's fave and since it's a celebration for the both of us.. I would save that for another day.

    I talked to her about posting this question today and she brought up another place we love in Edmonton called O*P*M it's near Mikado's we both agreed that it the winter or a colder day it would be O*P*M but on hot days like it is now that it would be Mikado..... cos we'd not be able to get down much more than a salad on a super hot day after winning the lottery if we went to O*P*M and sushi is better for hot days.

     

    O*P*M has this 7 Spice Beef that is just insanely good..... it's sort of life Ginger Beef but with other flavors in it.... so you will eat it and then as you chew you get all these different taste that sort of take you on a journey through Asian cusine with every mouthful... One minute it's like ginger beef then like Mongolian Hot Pot Beef then this sort of Thai taste then an anise like taste.....  It's hard to explain and I have no idea how they achive this effect but it's great.  It never all blends together oddly enough.

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      Posted: July 15, 2007, 2:46 am - IP Logged

      I probably wouldn't be able to eat for days.  My stomach would be tied up in knots. Anyway, I'd be too busy shopping for a house, so it would be whatever they serve at the diners off of I-75.  I used to like stopping at diners all the time.  It's hard to find a genuine one these days. (Definitely not Denny's!)   Yup, that's it.  A cheese & tomato omelette with home fries and fresh fruit at a truck stop at 3 in the morning on the way to my new life.

      You oughta come up to the Poconos, or better yet New Jersey. There are more diners here than there are McDonald's.

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        Posted: July 17, 2007, 12:33 pm - IP Logged

        Let's see-

        Since I would be in Vegas, I would go to Bobby Flay's at Caesars - and then Bradley Ogdens, then Wolfgang Pucks, etc..etc..etc...

         

                                       

                      

         

         

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          Posted: July 17, 2007, 3:11 pm - IP Logged

          how's about some sushimi? that's just fish and it's actually what I prefer when I go to the sushi bar.

          sashimi. one of my favorites also.

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            Posted: July 21, 2007, 10:24 am - IP Logged

            I'd probably have a seafood platter from Don's Seafood here in Louisiana.  They've been around a long time and have restaurants in several Louisiana cities.  Another option is Parrain's here in Baton Rouge, http://www.parrains.com.  Similar type of food.  Another place I might pick is our favorite Mexican place, Superior Grill, http://www.superiorgrill.com.

            It would be just me and my wife, we wouldn't tell anyone else.

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              Posted: July 22, 2007, 1:53 am - IP Logged

              sashimi. one of my favorites also.

              I've had it the last 4 or 5 times I've been to Edmonton. Actually had some on Tuesday. There are 2 good places for it in Edmonton Mikado and oddly enough at the Chinese Market in West Edmonton Mall.

              We live about 130 K from Edmonton though. But we've been going up alot more recently. We've considered buying a place there as well in addition to our farm but haven't yet. Everyone from Edmonton wants to live where we are or at least that is what they say when they visit the lake.

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                Posted: July 23, 2007, 3:45 am - IP Logged

                Let's see-

                Since I would be in Vegas, I would go to Bobby Flay's at Caesars - and then Bradley Ogdens, then Wolfgang Pucks, etc..etc..etc...

                Finally...someone with the right idea! Save the cheap stuff for when the excitement dies down. After you win is the time to splurge a little bit.

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                  Posted: July 23, 2007, 3:13 pm - IP Logged

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                    Posted: July 28, 2007, 8:23 am - IP Logged

                    For me, it has been a while since I have been able to go to Morton's here in Portland, Or.  Last time I ate there with my wife, it was over $200 for the two of us, but the food was excellent and the portions that were served were huge compared to what you normally see at a really nice establishment.

                     For me the menu would include:  Large serving of Prime Rib, potatoe, salad with a bottle of their best wine.  Then of course whatever the wife wants. Lovies

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                      Posted: July 28, 2007, 8:57 am - IP Logged

                      this was meant to be tongue in cheek.well what i mean is i was gonna 'eat out'  with whatever special model i happen to be wining and dining that night.she could have my large fry........Wink