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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by agkm800, Jan 9, 2010.
Or, what are your favorite appetizers especially when you go out to eat?
Almost anything wrapped in bacon.
prawn cocktail, prawn toast or satay'd chicken at the chinese
Bruschetta with tomato, garlic and pesto
this is a hard one but i like the southwest rolls from chili's or the biscuits from red lobster or the blooming onion from outback
Have to agree with something wrapped in bacon. Pan fried scallops are a perfect combination with it, with a bit of garlic infused extra virgin olive oil, either with some sliced green onion, parsely, or green or white asparagus.
Stuffed mushrooms work well too. Prosciutto wrapped mozarella makes a good appetizer as well.
A beef carpaccio always goes down well for me.
Samosas. Or spring rolls. Or lettuce wraps. I could have a meal out of any of them.
Normally i don't have appetisers when i go out, i will have a couple of beers whilst waiting for food. But if we go to a chinese place then defiantly spring rolls
Depends on what kind of food I'm eating...
Booze. I demand to have some booze (usually bashing fist on table).
Well, I have a winner for you two.
My folks have a Chinese restaurant and I got them to make me a couple of their bacon prawns (no description required) tonight. Mmmm, tastes brilliant with a good cocktail sauce.
I want more now. Dang.
A restaurant near us used to make "tomato bread":
Flat bread, about 6 inches across
Very thinly sliced tomato
Sprinkle of minced garlic, not too much
Drizzle of olive oil
You can make it at home, but I'm having a hard time finding the right flat bread.
Dude, he meant from real restaurants.
Ahi Tuna Sashimi and Bang Bang shrimp from Bone Fish.
That goes without saying.
Italian food- baked clams
Seafood - anything shrimp
Fast food - Appleby's boneless wings
edamame, gyoza, and tuna tataki.
New England clam chowder is my favorite appetizer; it goes with almost any entrée and is both good tasting and good for you... Shmearls New England Clam Chowder, served inside a hard French roll, is the type of entrée that complements the meal....
Read the thread title?
A little Bang Bang before dinner never hurt anyone.
Calamari shocks even me and my parents. I don't have a wide palette so fried squid shocks me that I love it so much.
Chicken/Beef Satay from an authentic Thai restaurant where they make the peanut sauce right. I first had this on a trip to Thailand many years ago, and cannot get enough of it since.
I remember eating so much of this when I was there, that my sister and I would make little buildings out of the wooden sticks the meat is skewered on.
Chicken Fried Steak.
conch fritters... also good as an entree and dessert