FYI: "...some torn up chunks of raw Italian sausage, and some torn basil leave."
Alton Brown's recipe for roast beef encased in a salt dough.
Smother with course pepper and salt. Sear in cast-iron skillet. Remove, deglaze pan with brandy, add some cream, heat to thicken. Steak au poivre!
Ate Pizzeria Bianco's Rosa for the first time in August and it was a revelation. The bread and fresh mozzarella were excellent as well.
Sausage and onions
Skirt steak, marinated and grilled medium rare.
Sausage and onion
Spaghetti, tagliatelle, pasta e fagioli
Chief among the foods
When it comes to being rhyme-y
I live in Flagstaff, Arizona, and Pizzicleta's SS-145 pie with Gorgonzola dulche, charred kale, toasted almonds, and EVOO is my idea of heaven.
I enjoyed Jarritos as a kid at Mexican restaurants, but I recently tried one again and found it assaultingly sweet and sugary. I didn't finish it for fear that my teeth would begin to instantly decay. I agree with one comment that suggested cutting the sugar content in half.
We eat them often here in Arizona, broken open with an (un)healthy drizzle of honey inside. Sticky, messy, and delicious.
Black and from a French press
These international Pizza Huts do not understand the forces that they meddle with... it is only a matter of time until they so break the laws of pizza that they create a cheese-filled black hole which destroys the Earth.
On another note, it is nearly December 21. Coincidence?
I ate at Pizzicletta just last night. Had a pie with gorgonzola dulce, kale, and almonds that was supremely rich in flavor and had beautifully chewy cornicone.
Whoops... typed too fast and had bad grammer up there. I guess my thoughts were occupied with pizza
Made polenta with parmasan cheese and an egg sunny side up on top for lunch today... egg yolks are molten heaven.
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