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Jul 10, 2009 04:26 PM

Pictures From Chowland!

So I got to thinking today when looking at some amazing pictures of sea slugs, wiggly octopi and pastrami creations that I might like to see some other Chowhounds doing what we do best! Eating, discovering, slicingdicingchoppitychopping... enjoying our Chowhoundiness!

I will start - natch!

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  1. Nothing? Pish Posh. Babies!

          1. re: Passadumkeg

            Free clams and lobsters from my students for my birthday!

            1. re: Passadumkeg

              Passman, AKA "Banned in Bumfuck" (Bangor), is quite the photographer. He took one of my cameras and shot pics around our house while he was here. Good eye, Markie!
              1. The Holy Trinity: Two Islay single malts and Johnny Walker Black.
              2. My art from 1977. I was into food, even then...
              3. Pots in my kitchen.
              4. Rista from Taos, circa 1980. Ah, the Taos ski trips!

              1. re: Scargod

                The one on the left looks to be Lagavulin, correct?

                  1. re: maplesugar

                    The other, Caol Ila, is 12 years old and one of the lighter Islay whiskies, with a milder peaty note than Lagavulin. It is interesting that, in addition to being sold as a single malt, it is used in blends such as Johnnie Walker Black, in the decanter. JWB is sweeter. I often put a dab of 10 YO Laphroaig in it...

                    1. re: Scargod

                      I'll have to try Caol Ila, I like Lagavulin (neat svp) but DH dislikes the peatiness, he prefers JW Black and Blue.

              2. re: Passadumkeg

                1 six buck lobster rolls, green chile enchiladas from a corner in Winslow, Arizona; Scargod's lingua tacos from Austin, BBQ sliders from County Line BBQ, Austin.

              3. re: Passadumkeg

                You need to tell us what the picture are, Dumkeg!

                1. re: PattiCakes

                  That wasn't in the Op's instructions and Sal didn't do it!

                2. re: Passadumkeg

                  Sea bass & steak in Costa Rica, #1 son home from Korea in favorite Bolivian restaurant in NYC, Portugeuse cod stew from mom's funeral breakfast!

                  1. re: Passadumkeg

                    I do not know what sort of goodies are in front of the smiling (oh so justified) man in pic one - but oh doesn't it look good. I LOVE the wide open mouth of man in green! Good pics!

                  2. Good grief. My patience won't allow for the roughly 10 days it takes to upload a coupe of pics here. Bummer. I have some nice Italian and Sichuan food pics. Dammit.

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                    1. re: linguafood

                      It does take too much time to load pics on this site; I concur. But glad you did!

                    2. From road trip with the chowpup...Thanx Pennsylvania Board for steering us to Itzkabibbles (sp?)

                        1. re: clamscasino

                          Those are fun, clamscasino! I especially enjoyed the Homer shot. Could your last photo be of Cones in The Village? Please do tell where these places are.

                          1. re: kattyeyes

                            The first one is from Dim Sum Go-go. Or is that A Go-go? Touristy, I know, but the chowpup had been there on a school trip and wanted to return. We found Homer deeper into Chinatown. The last shots are from Ferrara Bakery and Cafe (glad I took a picture of the outside, too) in Little Italy. The girls loooved their gelato after trekkin many miles through lower Manhattan on a hot day with mom.

                            1. re: clamscasino

                              Can you give me a shot of NYC hard roll? They don't exist down here in FL & I really miss them!

                              1. re: cavandre

                                Mr. Clam waxes poetic about those hard rolls too! Can't provide a picture though, as I'm not physically in NYC at the moment and unfortunately won't be going there very soon...