What are you eating ?

MarcTwoSix

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Boston and Gloucester MA food pics

This popular casual restaurant in Gloucester Mass

My baked haddock was just ok but Ao's enormous seafood marina was good
I wish I had taken a pic vs her body for comparison


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bacwaan

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^ of all those pics I wanna eat Ao's food the most.....even after nearly 2 years back in the west and all of the different nationality food types I have eaten here.....and we have every different countries food here available, mostly under AUS$20 a plate within 15 mins of my house...Thai is still my favourite wanna go to food

The soup in the last pic..is that pork rib in there?....looks fkn fabulous
 

MarcTwoSix

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^ of all those pics I wanna eat Ao's food the most.....even after nearly 2 years back in the west and all of the different nationality food types I have eaten here.....and we have every different countries food here available, mostly under AUS$20 a plate within 15 mins of my house...Thai is still my favourite wanna go to food

The soup in the last pic..is that pork rib in there?....looks fkn fabulous
Pork rib with mustard greens, sour....

Fanastic
 

MarcTwoSix

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And of course, fried clams

Probably Boston/New England's #1 "acquired taste" food

And my wife loved them the very 1st time she ate them

The bellies turn people off(they are grimy)

But she complained this last time I took all the ones with the big bellies 555


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bacwaan

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^ re the soup....I thought so....I love that dish....after my cancer treatment when I had covid I lived off that cooked by my Burmese carer...she used to add carrot and white turnip for me...
 

MarcTwoSix

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That's it for pics.....

Ao truly loves the seafood in Boston and all that comes with it
She had an Italian fish stew this last time, she loved it


She didn't even think of eating Thai food once and I think she may have had rice 2x and those 2x she wasn't searching it out, it just so happened they had it
 

MarcTwoSix

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^ re the soup....I thought so....I love that dish....after my cancer treatment when I had covid I lived off that cooked by my Burmese carer...she used to add carrot and white turnip for me...
I'd take carrots and white turnip in it! (that made me hink daikon would be great too)
 

MarcTwoSix

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Vij's.
Probably the most famous Indian chef in Canada, possibly North America

Doors open at 5:30pm and he stood at the door and greeted everyone coming in

We just got the appetizers but fantastic

Chicken schnitzel with butter sauce
Pork belly apple and mint chutney

Pork tenderloin

Only fault is no Kingfisher beer
You need to have Kingfisher beer with Indian food!


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