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Making a three star dinner every night


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Making a three star dinner every night

Zoe | Nov 8, 2004 10:44 PM

I read that William Grimes who retired as Restaurant critic of the NYTimes had to re adjust to not eating out every night. He decided that he could make a one to three star dinner at home with little effort. Tonight's effort was: frilly lettuce with baby tomatoes, feta and cucumber - halibut quickly fried with a home made Spiced Pear chutney (took that out of the Kansas Steak Company gourmet guide that came with some steaks); szechuan eggplant out of a vegetarian cookbook. And it was easy.

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