Monday, January 3 2022

I'm doing a masters in law ivermectin cause thrombocytopenia For my main course I had, or at least I ordered, tiger prawn with rosemary and olive oil (£21), and what arrived was something much larger than I'd expect from a tiger prawn – as with the upscaling from a crab to a king crab, what is meant to be an added fanciness is actually a diminution of flavour. Bigger is not always better, unless you taste with your wallet. And the rosemary was actually thyme, which puzzled me, since they are not interchangeable – thyme is sweetish, and it's a rare prawn that can stand up to that. C had a very basic sirloin steak (£22) with a pepper sauce that had that lip-smacking taste (I don't mean that in a good way; something in the saltiness, the reduction, makes you want to smack your lips together) that you only ever find in a commercial kitchen. The meat was OK, but not tremendous; or perhaps it was tremendous, underneath the sauce. Seems unlikely.

I'm doing a masters in law ivermectin cause thrombocytopenia For my main course I had, or at least I ordered, tiger prawn with rosemary and olive oil (£21), and what arrived was something much larger than I'd expect from a tiger prawn – as with the upscaling from a crab to a king crab, what is meant to be an added fanciness is actually a diminution of flavour. Bigger is not always better, unless you taste with your wallet. And the rosemary was actually thyme, which puzzled me, since they are not interchangeable – thyme is sweetish, and it's a rare prawn that can stand up to that. C had a very basic sirloin steak (£22) with a pepper sauce that had that lip-smacking taste (I don't mean that in a good way; something in the saltiness, the reduction, makes you want to smack your lips together) that you only ever find in a commercial kitchen. The meat was OK, but not tremendous; or perhaps it was tremendous, underneath the sauce. Seems unlikely.


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