Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

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Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Deep Thought » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:37 pm

I'm having a hard time coming up with the meal for next Sunday, finale day. Food has never been too prominent in the show, other than the obvious coffee, cherry pie and donuts, but I managed a good meal for the premier of season 3 with takes on coffee donuts, baguettes and brie, creamed corn, asparagus, cherry sauce and salmon (NW reference). I cook an awful lot and that meal turned out as one of the best I ever enjoyed, due entirely to the love that inspired it.

Season 3 is trickier, Cherries still, yes, and donuts. . . perhaps. What else? Chocolate cake, for sure. Coffee for sure. Finger sandwiches? "Just cheese" sandwiches? Hmmm. Bomb shelter rations? SPAM? Ugh, I hope not, but that would be a challenge!

What am I missing? Help, I don't want to eat SPAM!

Maybe I will go full New Mexico, with lamb (Richard) and black bean tamales (if I can't get black corn by Sunday, that would be awesome); rabbit (yes!) in a maybe a cherry sauce to make it pink, of course; Hatch Chile, coffee & chocolate cake. I knew Dugpa could help me work this out! Any veggie recommendations? I can't think of any . . .

Am I the only one in the nuthouse, or does anyone else want to mark this bittersweet Sunday with a "thank you" dinner?

Also, I just picked up some seasonal Ommegang Rosetta Cherry Ale at Total Wine, so that's all set.
There's your roast beef and cheese.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby alreadygoneplaces » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:40 pm

Give me a donut.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Soolsma » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:54 pm

Unidentified chunk of meat from Hastings's car,

Cheetos.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Hester Prynne » Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:03 pm

Wendy's :D
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Snailhead » Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:14 pm

Bordeaux. Green tea latté. Breakfast cereal.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby asmahan » Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:39 pm

(Mr.) Strawberry, huckleberry extract, frog-bug...?
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Snailhead » Wed Aug 30, 2017 10:20 pm

Bobby's 'usual' the Double R diner - which appeared to be a big plate of plain spagetti and tomato sauce.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby dronerstone » Wed Aug 30, 2017 11:41 pm

Shitloads of italian cappucino and a few large-ish donuts will do. SUGAR RUSH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby whoisalhedges » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:32 am

As long as you don't grill any dog legs, I hope to hear all about it!
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby whoisalhedges » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:34 am

Re: black corn - are you referring to regular corn, just with black-colored kernels; or the Mexican delicacy huitlacoche, poetically referred to by Anglo farmers as "corn smut?"

Huitlacoche is a fungus that is considered "Mexican truffles" by some, and "goddammit my entire crop was ruined" by others. And it's available canned! :lol:

Just in keeping with Hawk referring to black corn as "tainted" - seems appropriate.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Elric99 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:46 pm

Quinoa with some broccoli. And frog moths for extra flavor.

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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby referendum » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:18 pm

Monica Bellucci likes spaghetti Schillaci apparently. Spaghetti with spicy diced tomatoes , fresh basil and chillies.
deceptively simple, it says here.
Just sayin'.
And a decent bottle of Bordeaux never hurt anyone.
Fronsac or Pomerol a much better deal than Medoc or St Julien/ Estephe usually.


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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby Deep Thought » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:31 pm

Great ideas! I’ve been thinking about ways to use Cheetos (maybe some caramel Cheetos would go well while watching the show, but we’ll be stuffed by then), but not the dog leg. . . ewe. This won’t be as ambitious as 18 episodes, but for a family Sunday dinner for just the four of us, it compares in scope. :D Now, I may improvise a little, but I’ve laid out the framework.

Two Ducks on a Lake – Duck Pâte and Duck Rillettes with toast points. "You pick them up with your fingers, very good."

Goodbye My Son - Seared Rare (cremated?) Corn-Crusted Petite Lamb Tenderloin on a Roasted Potato Rock with Jumping Man Carrots in a Cherry Reduction.

About the Bunnies – Rabbit Roulettes in a Chocolate Burgundy Sauce, with Olive Dirt, Giant Asparagus, and Wild Greens

Mr. Strawberry Tiramisu

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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby DoppelBocker » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:44 pm

Interesting ideas...

I get a bit too distracted if I have too much. I already stream so I can replay parts at leisure, pause, and so forth to fully enjoy the episode at my own leisure. Thing I got a kick out of on the Lynch video is he makes a point of saying on the video to wash the cookware before settles down to plate of freshly made quinoa in that Inland Empire dvd extra. I happen to have some quinoa, bragg's amino acid, and broccoli so perhaps I'll make that with glass of Pinot Noir wine from OREGON! as Gordon Cole would say. "Planet Oregon" pretty good tasting Pinot at Hyvee.
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Re: Food in Season 3, and the Last Supper

Postby claaa7 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:50 pm

as I am watching the series first thing in the morning before work (luckily i can be at work as last as 10 on Mondays - and try to get up at around 5 for my Twin Peaks experience) i won't be eating anything fancy, but as with the four hour season premiere (one of the best days of the year for sure) i will load up on a lot of coffee and some donuts for the ocassion

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