Duck, Duck, Blogger

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All day today, I couldn’t wait for dinner.

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Well, I guess that’s not too different than usual, but I was psyched to see my long-lost friend Tina and my not-so-long-lost friend Ashley.

Ashley picked Greensquare Tavern, a farm-to-table restaurant in the Flatiron-ish area. So, you know, the perfect place for three healthy living bloggers to go to.

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Duck is one of those things I can’t pass up when I see it on a menu (since it’s pretty rare to see it), so I was all over the duck. It came with stuffing (random) and some vegetables, including broccoli and Brussels sprouts. The menu said “seasonal vegetables,” and when I asked the waiter what that meant, he started with Brussels sprouts. I cut him off then–that was all I needed to hear.

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Afterwards, we met up with Anne, who is taking up residence on my couch for the next two days, for one more drink. We went to a little Italian place near my apartment and got some prosecco. I mean, when in Rome…

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Cheers to bloggers.

12 comments on “Duck, Duck, Blogger

  1. Kristy

    Last time you posted about brussels sprouts, you mentioned that steaming the frozen kind wasn’t nearly as good as roasting them, and I meant to mention that if you toss them in the microwave for a minute and then saute them with olive oil, salt and pepper they are nearly as good and much quicker!

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  2. Pershy

    You mentioned that steaming the frozen kind wasn’t nearly as good as roasting them, and I meant to mention that if you toss them in the microwave for a minute and then saute them with olive oil, salt and pepper they are nearly as good and much quicker! Thanks for letting me stopped by.
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