Let's take a spin through August's eating haul, shall we? Let's just say I indulged...
I had the venison tataki, served with crispy sweet potato, cranberries and cumin. I liked it but had food envy. (Matt always chooses the best thing on the menu by fluke or by intuition--who knows?) He had a salad of magret de canard.
For mains I had this lovely piece of turbot type fish with smoked salmon mousse, that sinfully sweet stuffed tomato with a fennel salad. Again, food envy ensued because Matt had lamb, and it was so perfectly prepared that I learned exactly why people love eating these beautiful fluffy animals. It's because they taste damn good.
Dessert time! Classic creme brulée for me.
Matt sniffing the Quebec cheese platter. His love affair with cheese will sustain him through life, just look at him!
Moving on to other delicious times...
Yoshi's daily creation: her leek and patty pan pizza at Café Petit Gateau. What a tasty place to have lunch.
Authentic ramen, I mean pulled by hand and dropped into a pot of boiling water before your very eyes. A crazy huge portion for less than 10 bucks. In the Faubourg. Go.
Tasting my very first roasted loin of pork, prepared by Matt. I'm a lapsed vegetarian, remember?