Dinner at Lulu’s included:
FRUITS DE MER PLATTER
A selection of Oysters, Clams, and Prawns
Duck Liver Mousse with Dijon Mustard and Cornichons
Fritto Misto of Artichokes, Fennel and Lemon with Aioli and Parmesan
Grilled Jumbo Natural Black Angus Ribeye Steak with Artichokes and Potatoes
Italian sweet cheese and hazelnuts with sour cherry and vanilla bean compote. Served w/crunchy vanilla cookie.
1998 Gevrey Chambertin 1er cru, DOM?
yup, another expensive meal. Our last 2 dinners could have easily paid my rent.
In other news–im obsessed w/the final episode of the bachelorette. Saw it coming, but still was like, wtf.
In closing, some words from the most righteous site, www.televisionwithoutpity.com:
“You’re the kind of guy that I push away,” Meredith drones on, reinforcing my long-standing and repeatedly proven belief that if you listen closely, your mate will tell you exactly how he or she will break your heart and disguise it as insecurities about themselves. It’s not an admission. It’s a warning. She continues on, “You’re right in front of my face. Sometimes, I don’t know what to do,” and then confessionalizes, “Matthew is the kind of guy you take home to your family.” The sum total of those comments, along with pretty much everything she’s ever said about Matthew, means, “I should like you. A lot more than I do.” Ever know that guy? Who was so, so nice that you wished you liked him more? Whose shimmering heart of gold glows through his shining armor? Who makes you want to turn on your heart light and let it shine wherever you go? Ladies, meet Matthew. Ladies, choose Ian.
sigh. so true. so true.