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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

BRGRS with David

312 square feet regular David came over for a much needed study break in early March. We noshed on home made burgers with simple garlic aoli and rather than fries, roasted cauliflowers. We sipped cocktails made of passion fruit and triple sec to take the edge of the impending GMAT exam. It was a welcome break from the ongoing long nights of study.

The burgers were made from grass fed beef that I got from the farmers market and to season them I mixed the ground beef with finely minced sweet onion and fresh parsley. Served on grilled Portuguese rolls with a dollop of simple garlic mayonnaise (I just added some crushed garlic to organic mayonnaise from Traders Joe's and plenty of salt) on top, they made for a fast and delicious dinner and were so much better than the burger debacle at Coco 68 recounted here at Cafe Drake. I have no need to elaborate since Drake did a wonderful job of capture the supreme ineptitude of this Greenpoint new comer.

Here at 312 square feet, Ronnie has been a sick kitty and I am knee deep in graduate school applications. Keep your fingers crossed for your hostess! Applications for Columbia, NYU's Stern School and the Zicklin School are all due stat! Columbia's the long shot, so keep Ronnie and I in your thoughts on that one!

1 comment:

DRAKE said...

Stay Strong with the applications and Get Well to Ronnie! xxoo, D