Thursday, April 14, 2005

I'm throwing it down!

So I just got into this silly fight with a guy who's itchin' for a beatin' on poor Zach of Veiled Conceit's comment page. C'mon, dude, migrate over here and let's have at it. I'm in a fighting mood. Bring it!!!!


At 11:08 AM, Blogger Zach said...

This is hilarious. "Meet me at the fightin' pole!" Thanks for trying to keep the debate sane.

In appreciation, here are a few more definitions for "Noisette" from Larousse Gastronomique:

"Noisettes: A small round steak, usually of lamb or mutton, cut from the rib or loin. Surrounded by a thin band of fat, like a tournedos steak, noisettesare very tender and can be fried in butter and served with a variety of garnishes, including Anna potatoes and fried onions, morels sauteed with herbs, artichoke hearts, sauteed aubergines or cucumber shells, buttered French beans or garden peas, or asparagus tips.
...The name noisette is also given to a small round slice of beef fillet, fried in butter and served with the same garnishes."

"Noisette butter: Butter heated until it becomes nut brown; it is used to add a finishing touch to a variety of dishes, particularly fish."

"Noisette potatoes: Small potato balls, cut out with a melon baller, lightly fried and browned in butter."

At 1:47 PM, Blogger Noisette said...

Dude- I am totally just like a small round steak, surrounded by a band of fat! I also go very well with sauteed aubergines.

At 8:05 AM, Blogger Joe said...

Thanks for making me laugh on a Monday morning. I admire your willingness to take on lunacy on Veiled Conceit, and attempt to continue the mudsligning over here. I found your comments to be both insightful and hillarious. Keep up the good work!


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